Our Cubs presented a wreath they had made for Remembrance Day at the official ceremony held at Old City Hall. Here’s a short clip from
We’ve had a great year. There are a number of training opportunities coming up to help improve our skills and program. The forms are attached. The group will cover the registration cost for members of the group.
Part 1 – This initial training addresses basic program planning, the badge system, policy, and using the outdoors. This is also a great opportunity to network with other leaders to get ideas and and hatch plans for shared events.
Part 2 – This is more advanced training intended to go into much further depth on program planning and outdoor skills. Like the part 1, this is a great opportunity to meet other leaders and network. Unlike the part 1, we’ll be camping the whole time and will have more time to experiment with program ideas. You must have your part 1 and at least a year of group experience before you can take your part 2.
We had a great end of year picnic last night. It is the best weather we’ve ever had for a group event. Our group is
We had a great and successful time at the fun fair. The participants aren’t reflected in these photos because we were too busy once we got going to take any photos. We’ve had a few new members join because they found us at the fun fair.
The Cubs and Beavers marched in the parade and then had some information and activities set up at the group table in Wellesley Park. The
I forgot I had them and just now found the pictures I’d taken of their work.
About half of the Scouts, Cubs and Beavers and their parents came to Nathan Phillips Square to skate tonight for a total of about 30
We’ll be skating at Nathan Phillips Square on Thursday, January 19 from 6:30-8:30pm. Snacks will be pot luck, but we need some volunteers to help
Friday, Dec 9th (This is a TDSB elementary school PA day)
12:00 PM – 7:00 pm
Saturday, Dec 10th
8:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Scouts in and around Toronto have taken part in the delivery of Star Santa Parcels for many years and the 403rd has been doing them in our general area
We need the support of all families to make this fundraiser work. We depend on it to subsidize families who need it and to purchase equipment for all members to use. If you are a member, make sure you come in uniform. If you are a parent, please come prepared to help encourage and supervise all the youth members.
There are three opportunities to participate:
1. Friday, October 14 from 4:30 to 6:30 pm at Parliament and Carlton. We’ll meet at the pillar on the southeast corner.
2. Saturday, October 15 from 9am to noon or so at St. Lawrence Market. We’ll meet near the fountain at the north market. St. Lawrence is where we get most of our financial support and is where we need the most youth. In addition, if we’re facing bad weather all weekend, St. Lawrence is where we’ll focus our energies and we’ll likely stay here until two or three in the afternoon as there is some shelter and indoor space to interact with people in.
3. Saturday, October 15 from noon or so, until 4pm on Parliament St. at Carlton. We’ll meet at the pillar on the southeast corner.