Scouting is full of ‘firsts’. Whether it’s the first sleepover under the stars with friends, learning to light a campfire, or leading peers through an adventurous expedition, great opportunities start with Scouts.
Looking for spring activities that give back to the community while caring for the planet?
Hosting a local #cleanup with your Scouting Group is easy to organize and a great way to leave a positive impact on the around you. Thanks to the @31stscouts for showing us how it’s done with their annual cleanup! #ScoutsDoStuff
Looking for a fun and challenging adventure to put your Scouting skills to the test?
Some @cecscouts Venturers embarked on a survival camp with a sleeping bag and only $15 worth of items. How far could twine, a tarp and a sleeping bag take your Section on their next excursion? #ScoutsDoStuff
The 2017-2018 Arrow and Alberta crests are now 40% off as the scouting year is almost over. come get yours now. these crests are perfect for your campfire blanket or trading at a camp and are a great year end gift.
Scouting takes learning beyond the classroom and into the great outdoors. What better place to learn essential skills like emergency aid, camping, trail knowledge, survival skills and more than on the #CanadianPath?
Watch the Supers invite the Alligator subcamp staff for dinner at the Dorchester International Brotherhood Camporee. Aren't the superheroes of the scout law super cute? Look for Super Helpful (alligator), Super Trustworthy (Aly), Super Kind (Kyle), Super Cheerful (Cadence), Super Considerate (Sammi), Super Clean (Katelyn), and Super Wise in the Use of All Resources (Scouters Dave, Helen, and Winfield). See some other fun camps and activities at www.27thoshawascouts.wixsite.com/scouts