You can join us any time you like, but we’re geared up for questions, registrations and other start up tasks on September 16 and 17.
On June 5-7, we had a great camp at Warsaw Caves near Peterborough, ON. We explored the caves, learned firelighting, swam and cooked our own meals. On Saturday night we had a campfire, roasted marshmallows and sang.
I just came across this ad produced by another Cub pack in Kirkland, Quebec. It’s a good description of the differences between Cubs and hockey.
We had originally planned to do this activity at the Forsythia Festival, but we weren’t able to actually do it until the fun fair. Since
Our Cub Pack attended the Skyline Area Kub Kar Rally on May 23. It was an exciting time for the Cubs as they had a chance to show off the cars they had been working on.
We had a great time at the Toronto Climbing Academy on May 19. We had an almost full turnout and climbed many different walls. Edy’s
Scout Troop Newsletter – April Here’s the Scouts Newsletter for April and May, 2009. There are quite a few things happening, so I’ve attached a
On February 22, 1857 Robert Baden Powell was born. He grew up to become the founder of the world-wide Scout movement. In his final letter
The Scouts will be going to Blue Springs Scout Camp and sleeping in lean-tos (also known as Adirondack Shelters). A lean-to is a three-sided shelter
Each patrol had a good time building ancient weapons to throw things at the other patrol. A trebuchet is a human-powered throwing device sort of