This week Liam earned the water activities badge, after scuba diving on holiday last year.
The weather outside is frightful, but that didn’t stop some of our Beavers, Cubs and Scouts from getting out to build Snow-Scouts and go sledging!
It was even possible for us to tick off some badge requirements for the Adventure Challenge.
While we continue to have our Scout meetings online, we have decided that we will be virtually investing our new Scouts.
The Deputy District Commissioner joined in with the Scouts virtual meeting on Zoom to present he Chief Scouts Gold Award, which is the highest award available to scouts.
During this period of public lock-down, the 183rd Glasgow Scouts are keeping going with scouting at home. The Beavers and Cubs have been sent lists of activity badges that can be done at home whilst the Scouts are getting a weekly programme that can be done at home.
As you can see from the photos, the Scouts have been camping at home, making key lime pie and completing sections of activity badges.
More photos will be added as they are sent in.
For this years winter camp we went to PGL Dalguise. Activities included: jacobs ladder, fencing and zip line. The boys had a great time despite the weather not being in our favour!
New Scouts joined the troop in October, many of whom have moved up from 183rd Glasgow’s two Cub packs.
Six older Scouts also moved up to the Explorer Section, with two getting their Chief Scouts Gold Award on their final night (see Chief Scouts Gallery page). We wish them all the best in their next steps in Scouting.
This year for Summer Camp the Scouts went to Bournemouth for a week. On-site activities included air rifle shooting and zip line, we also went on day trips to Poole and Brownsea Island. As is always a plus, the weather … Continue reading