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  1. Scouting and Guiding in Singapore: The Singapore Scout Association, President's Scout, Cub Scouts, Girl Guides Singapore, Frank Cooper Sands
  2. The Wolf Cub Annual 1957 by Boy Scouts and Girl Guides, 1957-01-01
  3. Sure Pop and the Safety Scouts by Roy Rutherford Bailey, 2010-09-13

61. Vantage Software
girl guides pilot UK BP scouts pilot BSA Cub scouts pilot BSA scouts pilot. version2.4c, BP Wolf cubs (UK),,,, my details.
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62. Clubs & Socs
Cub scouts, Meetings during school termtime every Tuesday 7- 8.30pm. Contact01761 452686 See also cubs scouts page. girl guides, For girls aged 10-15. socs.htm
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Please let us know if any details change or if you want your local group added to this list. Club or Society Details/Contacts Brownies For girls aged 7-11. Meet in Clutton village hall Wednesdays, 6 - 7.30 pm.
Contact: Anne Allen Tel: 471145 Clutton Playgroup: The Cabin, off Station Road, Clutton We are a Pre-school Learning Alliance registered Playgroup with fully qualified and experienced staff. We are open 5 mornings per week, 9.30 - 12.00, during term-time and accept Nursery Vouchers.
As a registered charity (No 1025259) all our profits are re-invested into Playgroup to benefit the children.
See also separate Playgroup page.
Contact: Jenny Bush (Playleader) 01761 452021 or Gloria Williams 01761 453314. Cub Scouts Meetings during school term-time every Tuesday 7- 8.30pm.
Contact: 01761 452686 See also page Girl Guides For girls aged 10-15. Meet in Clutton village hall Wednesday evenings. Contact: Claire Bramley Tel: 479591.

63. Search
girl guides . Over 150 members. The Ballygunner scouts cater for the Beavers6 to 8 years and for cubs 8 to 11 years and for scouts aged 10 +.

64. 5th Port Sea Scouts Dollymount, Dublin 3, Ireland.
cubs enter the troop annually enmass at the age normally joined from the ranks ofthe scouts and do The Rangers Section are part of IGG (Irish girl guides).
Links: LOCATION BACKGROUND LEADERSHIP MEETINGS ... Return to Welcome page. LOCATION th Port Dollymount Sea Scouts are located on the Bull Island in Dublin Bay. Our den is located by the Bull Island cottages just over the wooden bridge. BACKGROUND There has been a near continuous scouting presence on the island since 1912, and 5 th Port scouts are more than proud of the great tradition of scouting which has been passed down to them since the early days of the scouting movement. For more information on the history of our troop click here LEADERSHIP th Port has a well structured leadership, with the adult leaders all having been scouts within the troop in the past. Our present skipper is Daniel Kennedy. Answering directly to the Skipper and other adult leaders are the watch leaders, responsible scouts chosen by their peers, and together they decide the day to day programme of the troop. MEETINGS The troops main meeting is the Wednesday night parade at 20:00hrs. During this parade the scouts are instructed in many aspects of seamanship, safety and scouting, as well as First Aid and Resuscitation. This is to ensure that our activities are carried out competently and safely. We also play games and have competitions on 'Wednesday Parade' which finishes between 21:45hrs and 22:00hrs.

65. 1st World Jamboree, Olympia, 1920. The Jamboree Book. Part XIV. Dress Reharsal &
Royal party, who were obviously more than interested in the show, were surroundedby thousands of Boy scouts, Sea scouts, Wolf cubs and girl guides, to whom
1st World Jamboree, 1920
Olympia, London, England H.R.H. The Duke of Connaught, Who Opened the Jamboree, at the Dress Rehearsal.
He was accompanied by Princess Mary, Princess Lousie, The Chief Scout,
Lady Baden-Powell (Chief Guide), Peter (Chief Cub) and Heather (Chief Brownie)
From: The Jamboree Book, 1920 , Boy Scout Association
The Dress Rehearsal. AT last the great day arrived-Friday, July 30th, 1920, the day on which H.R.H. The Duke of Connaught was to open the Jamboree. Previous to the arrival of the Royal Party an inaugural luncheon was served in the Pillar Hall over which Sir Samuel Waring presided, supported by the Chief Scout. About 150 guests were present when the, Chief read the following letter from His Majesty the King: Buckingham Palace, "July 30th, 1920. To Lieut.-General Sir ROBERT BADEN-POWELL, K.C.B., K.C.V.O. "I am much gratified that the First Boy Scouts' International Jamboree, to the organisation of which you have so zealously devoted yourself, should be held in London. I welcome the contingents from abroad who have come to take part in the competitions and displays, and whose friendly rivalry cannot fail to act as a healthy stimulant to the boys of all countries. "I am fully alive to the great benefits, both moral and physical, which the Boy Scout training assures, and recognise the admirable results already achieved under your direction. I wish the gathering all possible success.

66. A Czech Scout's View
cubs) and SVETLUSKY (Fire Flies) (the name for our brownies was chosen by the bookBroucci by Jan Karafiat). 1215 SKAUTI (Boy scouts) and SKAUTKY (girl guides).
A Czech Scout's View
by Jiri Danda
Let me introduce JUNÁK - the Association of the Boy Scouts and Girl Guides in the Czech Republic. Our organization was founded by A.B.Svojs¡k in 1911. JUNÁK was banned after the Nazi occupation in 1940, after the communist coup in 1948, and after the Soviet occupation of our country in 1970. Scouts were persecuted, but all that time, Scouting had been continued here, even illegally. Since 1989 we have existed legally again. At the moment we are members of IFOFSAG and WAGGGS (they accept our guides as a founder member). We are not yet members of the WOSM (We were members as former Czechoslovak Scouting, before the separation of Czechoslovakia into the Czech Republic and Slovakia in 1993). We are one Scouting organization (one organization, one administration, but two different programs: one for Boy Scouts and one for Girl Guides. There is no coeducation). At the moment our organization has approximately 70,000 members (our country has got 10,000,000 citizens). We are divided into program groups by age. We use these age ranks :

67. Information London - Non-Profit Web Links
http//; girl guides of Canada guides Canadais; scouts Canada, 7th Woodstock scouts cubs and Beavers

68. HQ Scout Unit, Dublin:Guestbook
scouts, especially the Brownie guides and the guides; their uniforms I have 12 children1 girl 11 boys all eager Leitrim have 22 scouts and 12 cubs and 6 Leaders
HQ Scout Unit, Dublin
Guest Book
October 1999
This is our guestbook for October 1999. Our current guestbook and other previous guestbooks are also available. Please make an entry to tell us a bit about yourself or to leave messages for other scouters. Your message will be automatically added to the end of the current guestbook. Back to HQ Unit's home page. Fri Oct 1 00:02:09 IST 1999
From: Richard Smith , Bournemouth Dorset England , ( Hello to all fellow scouters in Ireland I used to be a scout
in Dublin back in the 60's Iam now the beaver scout leader
with the 32nd scout group Bournemouth East District would
like to make a link with any colony in the Dublin Area or any other part of Ireland I would like to know how you run
your proghram and what sort of badge system you use if there is any leader who would like to get in contact with me
you can e-mail me at th above address or write to me at my
home address 10 Ritchie Rd Kinson Bournemouth Dorset BH11 8AL England hope to here from someone?
Keep on SCOUTING Best Regards Richard Smith.

69. "Johnny" Walker's Scouting Milestones Pages - Lead Jamboree
The cubs are of course on their way to the I have girl guides but at least I do havegirl guides! In front of the scouts arriving with their Trekcart, the Camp
Scouting Jamboree In my modest, quiet, unassuming, reticent and altogether English way, I have to tell you that you are probably about to see the biggest, rarest and best lead Jamboree in the world! (No kidding.) Each and every piece is pre-war - and they usually have had to be bought one at a time. The Cubs are of course on their way to the Jamboree. These two Charbens' sets are as rare as hens' teeth, you are looking at the only examples I have ever seen and I was very lucky to come by them both. Scout soapbox derbies were a feature of both US and British Scout life up to the fifties, but I haven't heard of any over the last twenty years - Scouts are now all into making robots! The more conventional way of arriving at camp. The Scout pulling the trekcart is by Britains , has hands made to accommodate the shafts of the cart. The cart can be completely dismantled and is just like the one I once pushed to camp! Up above the Trekcart in the tree is a Britains Scout with an axe - you will see his hand is formed to grasp around the branch. This is the only Britains Scout not to have a conventional rectangular flat lead base. He is totally free-standing on the tree, but quite safe.

4421 2018 Berry Shoalhaven Heads girl guides, Shoalhaven Heads 4446 0434 First CulburraBeach cubs, Culburra Ph 3179 First Culburra Beach Sea scouts, Culburra Ph
All Saints Girls Friendly Society, Nowra Ph: 4421 2018
Berry Shoalhaven Heads Girl Guides, Shoalhaven Heads Ph: 4448 8315
Boys Brigade, Nowra Ph: 4423 6464
Callala Beach RSL Youth Club, Callala Beach Ph: 4446 5313
Congregational Church Youth Group, Nowra Ph: 4421 1730
First Berry Scout Group, Berry Ph: 4464 2244
First Bomaderry Scout Group, Bomaderry Ph: 4423 6080
First Burrill Ulladulla Sea Scout Group, Ulladulla Ph: 4454 2067
First Callala Beach Brownies, Callala Ph: 4446 5280
First Cambewarra Scout Group, Cambewarra Ph: 4446 0434
First Culburra Beach Cubs, Culburra Ph: 4446 5013 First Culburra Beach Scout Group, Culburra Ph: 4447 3179 First Culburra Beach Sea Scouts, Culburra Ph: 4446 5013 First Culburra Beach Venturers, Culburra Ph: 4447 2321 First East Nowra Scouts, Nowra Ph: 4421 4579 First Greenwell Point Scout Group, Greenwell Point Ph: 4447 1849 First Huskisson Scout Group, Huskisson Ph: 4441 7161 First Illaroo Rover Crew, Nowra Ph: 4421 0160 First Illaroo Scout Group, Nowra Ph: 4423 4234 First Kangaroo Valley Cub Scout Group, Kangaroo Valley Ph: 4465 1199

71. Community
8267738. 4 th Mission Scouting (Beavers, cubs, scouts) Phone 826-3826.girl guides, Brownies, Rangers Phone 820-4900. TOPS (Take
We are pleased to be able to offer space to Lifetime Learning, Wee Friends Preschool, Cubs, Scouts, Guides, Beavers, AA, TOPS, Valley Singers, and the Mission Concert Choir. Church programs are constantly being re-invented. It is always a good idea to check with the office to confirm that the programs and the times are still in effect. The Week At A Glance Monday 6:30 – 8:30 pm Girl Guides C.E. Room 7:00 – 9:00 pm A.A. Lounge Tuesday 7:00 – 9:00 pm Valley Singers C.E. Room 7:30 – 9:30 pm Mission Concert Choir Sanctuary 6:00 – 9:00 pm Gym Wednesday 6:30 pm Taizé Style Worship Service Sanctuary rd Wed Executive Meeting C.E. Room 7:00 - 9:00 pm Quilting Group Gym Thursday 6:00 – 7:30 pm T.O.P.S. Lounge 6:30 – 9:00 pm Cubs Gym 7:00 – 9:00 St.Andrew’s Choir C.E. Room Friday 6:30 - 8:00 2 nd th Friday Youth Group Gym Sunday 10:00 am Worship Service
Community Programs Running At St.A’s
Lifetime Learning Phone: Wee Friends Parent Participation Preschool Phone: th Mission Scouting (Beavers, Cubs, Scouts)

72. Life Number Two-The Boy Scouts And Girl Guides
Life Number TwoThe Boy scouts and girl guides Lessons from the Varsity of Life, 1933 Last-Modified 17 May 1998 of the Boy scouts and guides National Need for and with it the Boy scouts and the girl guides.
Chapter X
Life Number Two-The Boy Scouts and Girl Guides
Part One
Archives From Baden-Powell
Lessons from the Varsity of Life, 1933
Last-Modified: 17 May 1998 I NOW started on my second life in this world. I had definitely left the Army in 1910. I was now settling down to be a good citizen as a Warden of the Mercers' Company (N.B.-A Mercer, like a poet, is born such, he is not made); and the Boy Scout movement had started itself and was finding its feet far and wide. This, though it promised to be the biggest job of my life, was at the same time the easiest since everybody connected with it met me more than half-way with their keenness. In 1912 all was going smoothly and well when out of the blue an entirely new kind of bomb suddenly caught me in the midriff! DOUBLE HARNESS It was in this way. During my first life I had had my time fairly fully occupied, with little leisure for thinking of such extraneous matters as marriage; indeed, I had been railed by my best friend, "Ginger" Gordon, 15th Hussars, on being a confirmed old bachelor; and when I said that I had no desire to get married and I felt sure that nobody would desire to marry me, he looked at me quizzically for a space and then remarked, with the laugh of one who knew: "You'll get it in the neck one day when you least expect it. Old boy!" And I did.

73. Guides (and Girl Scouts) Community!
Groups. guides (and girl scouts) Community! Thing is, our guides are coping better possibly because there is such and the youngest, a new girl just flown up from Brownies, is

74. Boy Scouts Of America Uniforms, Cub Scout, Brownie Uniform, Supplies,
buy scout uniforms boy scouts, cub, girl, brownie, junior, shorts, pants, shirts, sweaters girls, boys, kids cubs brownies supplies school clothing, backpacks handbooks, books bookbags online shirt discount sale stores

Development of girl guides.Category Recreation Scouting History Associations scouts Canada...... Like Boy scouts, girl guides quickly became popular even in small towns. Theobjectives of Boy scouts and girl guides are diverse.
Section Two The ideas of the movement also caught on among girls, and they very much wanted to be part of it. However, as children's activities were usually gender exclusive at the time, the idea of girls joining Boy Scouts just wasn't acceptable. Girls had to form their own group, which became known as Girl Guides. Here's an account of how one Girl Guide troop started: "In the early spring of 1910 a company of Scouts was formed at St. James Church in Vancouver. Phyl Munday could not see why boys alone should be able to enjoy such a movement, so she asked the Scoutmaster if they could have a troop of Girl Scouts. Evidently this was not acceptable, so Phyl bullied her mother into becoming their Scout Mistress." Not Just Pin Money, p. 221. Tofino Girl Guides,
ca. 191-

Like Boy Scouts, Girl Guides quickly became popular even in small towns. Although Guides shared similar aims as Scouts, many Guide activities often focused on feminine occupations. While Scouts might earn badges for boating, camping, fitness, and first aid, Guides could work towards badges in cooking, needlework, laundry and child care.
The objectives of Boy Scouts and Girl Guides are diverse. According to the Canadian Scout Handbook, Boy Scouts and Girl Guides is a "club, gang, society and a movement" all rolled into one. They define their purpose as follows:

76. INDI.
Basic history, program information and statistics of the Bharat scouts and guides.Category Recreation Scouting Regional Asia India...... The girl guides had an organization of their own named, girl guides of India. . TheUnited Nations selected the Bharat scouts and guides as honorary Peace
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Scouting was officially founded in India in 1909, shortly after its founding in the United Kingdom. Scouting first started at the Bishop Cotton’s Boys School in Bangalore. In 1916, a Cub section was started, followed by the Rover section in 1918. Scouting for native Indians was started by V.V.N.Bose, Madanmohan Malvia, Hridyanath Kunju, Dr.Annie Beasant and G.S.Arundale, in 1913. Prior to this date, Scouting was only for British and foreign Scouts. The Bharat Scouts and Guides was officially formed on November 7, 1950 and Scout activities began on August 18,1951. Prior to the Bharat Scouts and Guides, there were several Scout Associations operating in India. In 1909, Indians were not permitted to join Scouting. Only the British were allowed to be Scouts. They started a Scout organization named, "the Boy Scouts of India". Later, Indians were given permission to start Scouting. They formed an organization of their own named, "Hindustan Scouts". The Girl Guides had an organization of their own named, "Girl Guides of India." After India’s independence, The Bharat Scouts and Guides was formed. The Bharat Scouts and Guides became a member of the World Bureau (WOSM) in 1938.

History of Scouting and current status of national Scouting organizations.Category Recreation Scouting Regional Europe Iceland...... In 1939 the girl Guide Association was formed with Jakobína Magnúsdóttir as Chief Agood example to the scouts and guides in the world scouts ages 11 to 14.
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SCOUTING IN ICELAND ICELANDIC BOY AND GIRL SCOUT ASSOCIATION Guiding commenced in 1922 as the YWCA established a group of Girl Guides on July 7th that year. As Iceland became an independent Kingdom in personal union with Denmark in 1918, it was possible for Icelanders and Icelandic associations to join international organizations. One of the first Associations of the new Kingdom to do this, was the Boy Scout Association, which joined the World Movement in 1924. The Icelandic Girl Guides joined the WAGGGS in 1928. Icelandic scouts have been present at all International Jamborees since Ermelunden 1924. Icelandic scouts have been very active in international Scouting, working together with the Nordic countries, effective in the preparation of the Nordjamb 1975 (World Scout Jamboree in Norway), and participating in annual program prepared by the Nordic Scout Council. National Jamborees have been an integral part of Icelandic scouting starting in 1925. Ever since the National Jamboree has been an interesting event at first every 4th year and now a triennial event. There are about 5,000 registered members in all program sections as of 7/1999.

78. Sections
Venture scouts. Meeting, Mondays Leader, Richard Butcher. Program, Information.girl guides. Meeting, Wednesdays Leader, Jeannie Spencer.
Group Sections Chestnut Beavers Knightwood Cubs Phoenix Scouts Rufus Cubs ... Girl Guides Chestnut Beavers Meeting Tuesdays Leader Gillian James Assistant Leader(s) Lynne Palmer Vacancies Leaders and helpers always required Make booking for child when he is 3½ Program Information Knightwood Cubs Meeting Fridays: Leader Diane Stafford Assistant Leader(s) Elizabeth Bennette, Les Deacon. Vacancies Leaders and helpers always required Beavers move up automatically or make booking for child when he is 6 years old Program Rufus Cubs Meeting Mondays: Leader Ian Sims Assistant Leader(s) Nicola Fillis Vacancies Leaders and helpers always required Beavers move up automatically or make booking for child when he is 6 years old Program Phoenix Scouts Meeting Fridays: Leader Tim Taylor Assistant Leader(s) Brian Deacon, Clive Henry and Alister Butcher. Vacancies Cubs automatically go up to Scouts otherwise book in when your son is 8 Program Venture Scouts Meeting Mondays: Leader Richard Butcher Assistant Leader(s) Daniel Taylor Vacancies Always free spaces.

79. 1st Kidman Park Scouts & Guides - Jota Activity Report
Other contacts .. 7 to various Australian stations including the girl guides JotaRadio Base at Salisbury using a 2 metre handheld radio. scouts Australia,
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  • Print Article Jota Activity Report All members should be pleased to hear that the Jota Camp went off reasonably well , even if we all had a few learning experences . As for the number of contacts made during the weekend the results is as follows ... Contacts to oversea countries .. 2 to USA (1 Nth Missisippi ; 1 New York ) Other contacts .. 7 to various Australian stations including the Girl Guides Jota Radio Base at Salisbury using a 2 metre handheld radio. The Senior Scout Leader in Camp from the Black Forest Group has reported to me that he was pleased in general with the combined camp and will be seeking another opportunity at a latter date .....Yours in Scouting .. Brian < Start of Article Section < Go Back Print Article
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