At home… While our program has traditionally focused on group and in person activities building leadership and resilience, there are some opportunities and resources for
2019 Delivery of Santa Claus Boxesby the 403rd Toronto and the 44th Toronto Scout Groupsas well as the 1st University Rovers Friday, Dec 6th 2:00
Each spring since 1972, thousands of Beaver Scouts, Cub Scouts, Scouts, Venturer Scouts and Rover Scouts have planted trees through the Scoutrees Program. Scoutrees gives
2018 Delivery of STAR Santa Claus Boxes by the 403rd Toronto and the 44th Toronto Scout Groups as well as the 1st University Rovers Friday,
Last week our two Bosuns and a couple of Scouters attended a climate change event in front of our local MP’s office. We had fun,
Four Scouts and three leaders went canoeing on Lake Ontario yesterday. We had a fun time and while we were on the island, we stopped
The Cubs made a beautiful wreath and two of our Scouts presented it at the Remembrance Day ceremony at Old City Hall. Also attending were Scouters Keith, Morgan, Paul, and Michael (1st Highland Creek).
Here are some of my photos from Haliburton Scout Reserve last week. A great camp again with 9 of our Scouts attending. We were part
One of the things Scouts need to do is environmental projects. This is a requirement of some of our badges. Here are a couple of upcoming projects put on by the local Conservation Authority that would qualify.
Saturday, June 1, 10am-noon – Marie Curtis Forest Restoration Planting
Saturday, June 8, 10am-noon – Crothers Woods Trail Build
As we have for the past few years, we set up a rope bridge at the Cabbagetown Forsythia Festival. The weather couldn’t have been better.