1st Lexington Scouting Group  

  Waterloo, Ontario, Canada  

  Beavers 9 (Age 5-7)      Cubs (Age 8-10)       Scouts (Age 11-14)      

BEAVERS (Age 5-7)

Beaver Scouts program is filled with a little bit of everything – outdoor activities, games, music and sports. Boys and girls  meet new friends, learn cooperation and teamwork and develop self-confidence.  

Scouts Canada LogoCUBS (Age 8 - 10)

Challenging hikes, weekend camps, and an introduction to water activities like canoeing or kayaking are just some outdoor adventures that boys and girls in Cub Scouts enjoy, working as a team and having fun!

Scouts Canada LogoSCOUTS (Age 11-14)

Scouts is about having fun while gaining value leadership skills and self-confidence.  Boys & girls enjoy outdoor adventures like mountain biking, rock climbing and lots of camping while working together with other young people to accomplish thrilling challenges. 

VENTURERS  (Age 15 - 17)

are emerging as young men and women who become more involved in leadership, taking responsibility and organizing, having real life adventure and fun in an active, healthy lifestyle, acquiring life skills.  Weekend events, extended hikes, no-trace camping and more round out the Venturer Scout experience.

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Downloads, in PDF of various leaders resources.

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Note that these stories may not be suitable for all ages. Read the story before taking it to camp to decide if it is appropriate for your youth.

If you have a favourite, please contact ScouterNicholas (You know what goes in here) gmail.com and ask him to upload it in PDF format. Material where the story is still copyrighted will not be uploaded.

You can also check out http://themoonlitroad.com/ for more ghost stories and fold tales with a southern U.S. focus.

When going to a park, hike, or other venue besides the usual school, part of your preparation should be an emergency plan. If someone gets injured for instance, you want to have the nearest medical facility and the route handy.

Note that the few plans listed are not extensive and usually your emergency plan does not need to be. Simple is easy to remember and to carry out. But treat these as guidelines. Road construction and weatehr may be different when you encounter them.

If you are at a new venue you could follow the same format and later add the information to this website by emailing ScouterNicholas (you know what goes in here)gmail.com or flash(at the same thing)byteback.ca

 

Files:

A PDF copy of the user manual for the Whisperlite stoves.

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Created 2017-10-16
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A suggested, short opening and closing ceremony.

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Created 2017-10-16
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From Scouts Canada, a manual on how to run a Court of Honour.

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Created 2017-10-16
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Short tutorial on how to fold a flag.

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Created 2017-10-16
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Downloads 82
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Created 2017-10-16
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Note that this is dated 2011 and things may have changed.

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Created 2017-10-16
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A guide for use at a meeting dealing with the personal development badge. Read through before using this resource.

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Created 2017-10-16
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195 Page Scout Leader's Handbook, PDF

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Created 2017-10-16
Size 4.73 MB
Downloads 92

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