Extractions: Be prepared... whether they're called Scouts or Guides, the spirit is the same. Camp out here for a while to find the best links and resources on scouting. International information and fun for everyone. Scouting Around the World - The online home of the 154 National Scout Organizations worldwide offering links, resources and international events listings. Scouter Interactive - A directory of more than 12,000 links to scout-related sites around the globe, plus discussion boards and newsletter, courtesy of the online edition of Scouter Magazine. Boy Scouts of America - Information, links and resources for the national Boy Scouting, Cub Scouting and Venturing programs in the U.S., including membership information, starting a unit, along with volunteer and employment info. Girl Scouts of the USA - News, official program and membership information, council finder, FAQ, and more.
Jordanstown Cubs Scouts Guides included cubs, scouts, guides and Brownies under the 2nd Jordanstown Group. Brownies and girl guides were taken pupils the cubs and scouts were taken by http://www.aoqc42.dsl.pipex.com/jord/cubs.shtml
Extractions: Another difference was in the Cub opening and closing ceremonies. Any Pack I visited using the traditional methods said "Dib Dib Dib" And "Dob Dob Dob" Whereas the Jordanstown Pack repeated the word FOUR times i.e. "Dib Dib Dib Dib" and "Dob Dob Dob Dob". I never managed to get an explanation for this.
Page Title World Association of the girl guides and girl scouts (WAGGGS) The Sudanese Air Age 610 cubs Blue Birds/Flowers. Age 11-15 Boy scouts girl guides. Age 16-21 http://www.sudan.com/airscout
Asp Reseller - Web Host Resellers Contains program information, event participation photo galery and contacts for cubs, scouts, senior scouts, rovers and girl guides. http://freehost19.websamba.com/scouting
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Tieri Girl Guides And Scouts Queens Birthday Weekend. June 10/11/12 Year 2000. Now how long ago was that Click here to find out! Approximately 50 past and present members of guides and Brownies, scouts and cubs, their leaders http://www.geocities.com/tieri2000
Extractions: Queens Birthday Weekend June 10/11/12 Year 2000 Now how long ago was that Click here to find out! Approximately 50 past and present members of Guides and Brownies, Scouts and Cubs, their leaders, supporters, and families, attended. Sorry if you couldn't make it, but now It's OVER and you can read all about it, and look at the photos. The Program included : Saturday Night Dinner at the Tieri Bowls Club Sunday Activities - including the ceremonial unearthing of the TIME CAPSULE, buried on Founders Day 22 February 1985 Sunday night Guides and Scouts Camp Fire Our thanks to the current Tieri Guides and Scout Associations, particularly Guide Leader Gayle Merrick, who organised Saturday's dinner at the Bowls Club, plus Sunday food and activities. Thanks also to Frances Wregg, who helped bury the Time Capsule in 1985, and helped unearth it again in 2000 - it was Frances who really got the Reunion idea moving - well done Frances! When will the next reunion be Send more photos, or information for this Web Site to Tieri 2000 Webmaster Welcome! You are visitor number :
Guides (and Girl Scouts) Community! My Groups Language Help. guides (and girl scouts) Community our girls that they can no longer abseil while cubs and scouts can.Does anyone know why it had to be http://groups.msn.com/GuidesandGirlScoutsCommunity/ukguiding.msnw?action=get_mes
More Graces For Girl Scouts Debi Turner; 11th Bendale cubs. Scarborough, Ontario, Canada Glossary of girl Scout terms. Songs Links for guides and scouts. Games To Teach Values http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Plains/3209/graces2.html
Extractions: M - Z The WAGGGS-L mailing list recently generated a lot of graces in request to a search for graces. I have compiled as many of them as I could and included them here for your reference. I do not know the tunes to some of them, but perhaps you do. Here's hoping you will find something you can use... May May God Bless May It Be Your Will Merci Beaucoup ... Zip A Dee Do Dah
Extractions: General information about C.N.G.E.I. ( on the bottom of this page you find a place to send us your comments) The CNGEI has been a National Organization for the physical and moral education of young people since 1912. It is an Institution under the Patronage of the President of the Republic. Characteristics Educational methodology It is the Scout method according to the rules of its founder Robert Baden Powell , whose inspiration is embodied in the Law and the Promise , applying the recommendations and decisions of the World organizations of the scout Movement. The most important international scout event is the
LookSmart - Directory - International Scouting Movement Find a history of this UK scout group, view a calendar of events, and learn aboutthe beavers, cubs, and scouts. Austrian Boy scouts girl guides Features a http://search.looksmart.com/p/browse/us1/us317837/us317922/us161146/us10095609/u
ScoutNet UK - Photo Of The Month December 1999 Though there may have been girl guides and cubs in the early eighties and evenbefore, during the start of the 90 s only Boy scouts were still present. http://www.scoutnet.org.uk/photo/dec99.htm
Extractions: November Contents January Andrew Yeung is the Bagheera of the 19th Lower Plaines Wilhems Scout Group, Mauritius. The group has more than 180 members shared among its Wolf Cub pack, Boy Scout troop, Girl Scout troop and Senior Scout unit. This photo, snapped during the 2nd Indian Ocean Jamboree held at Belle-Mare, Mauritius, shows Cubs of the 19th L.P.W Pack brushing their teeth using our special camp sink. This gadget was given a special remark for its originality Camp Gadget The following information was taken from the 19th L.P.W. web site at http://pages.intnet.mu/19lpw Do you have a photo that you think could be a ScoutNet U K Photo of the Month?
Thailand Girl Guide of Thailand The girl guides Association of Thailand. One WOSM for boys and girl.One WAGGGS. cubs\scouts\Seniors\Rovers\\BluebirdKapajow\Guide\Senior http://splash.handii.com/thailand_girl_guide.htm
Municipality Of Thames Centre Guides And Scouts cubs, 8 11. A number of community groups use the BEL Scout Camp, including the BoyScouts, girl guides, Air Cadets, area elementary and secondary schools, and http://www.thamescentre.on.ca/guidesco.htm
Extractions: Girl Guides of Canada - Guides Du Canada is the country's largest organization for girls and women. We're part of a worldwide organization currently active in 128 countries. Founded in Canada in 1910 with a few companies of Guides, today we have over a quarter of a million members and more than 46,000 volunteer Guide Leaders. The vast majority of our organization's work is carried out by our volunteers. The local Girl Guides organization was established in 1960. The Aim of the Girl Guides of Canada - Guides Du Canada is to help girls and young women become responsible citizens, able to give leadership and service to the community, whether local, national or global. GROUP AGES Sparks 1st Brownies 2nd Brownies 3rd Brownies 1st Guides 2nd Guides 3rd Guides 1st Pathfinders 2nd Pathfinders Rangers The Adventure Is Scouting.
Extractions: Electronic Projects Down load RCS DESIGN (Radio) JOTA = Jamboree of the Air click here for other projects to build T he sucessfull completion of some of these projects will ensure you a badge in Comunications in Scouts (Cubs) / Guides (Brownies) - see your leader. The files available in this section have .gif files of several simple projects for JOTA type exercises the first being a simple Morse Code Trainer using a 555 and a few cents of components, note the elcheapo speakers from $2.oo speciality shops (REJECT/CRAZY Clint etc), the 2nd one is a JOTALED2, very simple 2 transistor flip flop and 2 AA penlite batteries (for a woggle), the 3rd one is a JOTALED4 using 4 AA penlites and the 4th project is a rear LED Blinker for a push bike using 9v Batt plus a very cheap clear HAIGH (K-Mart) rear trailer. The TWO TONE DOORBELL Doorbell is very cheap to make if you purchase a pair of el-cheapo speakers for a "REJECT Shop" (and sell one to a mate) , the reat of the electronics is also very economical, comments please on this one... The files above, JOTA Electronic Projects, Morse Code Trainer, JOTALED2, JOTALED4 are all *.gif files and can be easily viewed using paintbrush or any HTML viewer standard utility's.
BC Girl Guides - Around BC - WTD Peace River Area Baby girls born during Thinking Week are presented with a Future Guiding tshirt apot luck dinner with the Beavers, cubs and scouts to celebrate http://www.bc-girlguides.org/06bc/Peace River/06WTDpeaceriver.html
Extractions: Fort St. John Guides and Scouts held a Thinking Day Carnival on February 23, 2004. This is the third year for the event which is open to the public. Admittance was by donation of a book. Over 200 books were collected for the Literacy Society! Activities included go fish; lawn dart throw; bowling; face painting, decorating cupcakes; paper clip drop; marshmallow dipping; sucker pull etc. Prizes included bookmarks; balloons and stickers. Drinks were provided.
All Scouting Associations In Every Country the basic unit of Scouting is the individual pack (cubs), troop (scouts WAGGGS= World Association of girl guides and girl scouts / Association Mondiale http://www.troop97.net/wrldsct1.htm
Extractions: Colorado USA This page lists every country in the world, with key information about each country's Scouting program(s). What is Scouting? I prefer to define "Scouting" simply as any program that does its best to follow the Scouting concepts originally defined by Baden-Powell. Given that more and more Scouting organizations are partially or fully coed, it has become impossible to maintain the traditional distinction between "Boy Scouting" and "Girl Guiding/Girl Scouting". Since Baden-Powell founded both movements, and since many former Boy Scout and Girl Guide/Girl Scout organizations have merged, I have included here all Scout/Guide organizations, regardless of whether they are male-only, female-only, or coed. I use the terms "Scout" and "Scouting" as they are used throughout the world to apply to male or female participants and their organizations (female participants have been called both Girl Guides and Girl Scouts, depending on the country or organization, from the earliest days up through today). Apparently, only five of the world's 193 independent countries do not have Scouting: Andorra, Cuba, North Korea, Laos, and Myanmar (Burma). A sixth country, China (People's Republic), does not have Scouting except in the former colonies of Hong Kong and Macau. Another 23 countries have the beginnings of Scouting, but no known or recognized associations.
A Brief History Of The Boy Scouts Of America Scout Uniforms Cub Scout, Webelos, and Tiger cubs Uniforms Explorer confusion by choosingto call her organization girl scouts instead of girl guides. http://www.troop97.net/bsahist1.htm
Extractions: 1910 to Today This brief history was researched and written by Scoutmaster Jeff Snowden in 1984, and has been continually updated since. It is based on considerable research (see reference list at the end) and personal experience. The history is intended to be accurate and factual, but of course will contain some personal interpretations of events. Corrections of fact are always welcome. World Scouting Scouting in the United States
Scouts scouts. girl guides, scouts and cubs. Scout Statue (A scout statue given toMatt Waixel when he left the 1st Butterworth Senior Air scouts in 1971). http://www.raafschoolpenang.com/scouts.htm
Extractions: Air Vice Marshall Cahall cuts the ribbon. Taking part in the ceremony are Scout Master William (Bill) Lee, Air Commodore Townsend, Scout Master Mr. Howard Bray, Cub Master Mrs. Lyn Bray, Senior Sixer Cub Peter Bray, and Senior Scout Michael Bray, Asst Cub Master Mrs Gonnie Fisk. Pat Spinks (left) holds the scissors pillow! "As a youngster, Scouting to me was always fun. However, behind this facade of encouraging youth to learn and do interesting things there was an ever-present aim to make a Scout a better, more rounded citizen. Responsibility for ones attitudes and actions was inculcated very early, and there was always a quiet emphasis on teaching that one had a role to perform in helping others, especially those in any way disadvantaged. We were taught to be independent through our activities and always be willing to do more than was required of us. Selfishness played no part in Scouting. "In retrospect, the principles and behaviour taught to us at home were reinforced in Scouting. There was no break in our development, and our parents invariably became involved with Scouting. I am grateful for Scoutings teaching by example and the emphasis on citizenship. I have endeavoured to put this into effect in my life and if I have succeeded, then the credit goes to Scouting."
Ontario Science Centre: Sleepovers You must be a registered memers of scouts Canada to book our Beavers, cubs scoutsprograms. You must be a member of girl guides of Canada to book for our http://www.ontariosciencecentre.ca/whatson/sleepovers/default.asp
Registration in Venturers, scouts, or final year cubs linking to time to time be published byscouts Canada, the girl guides The same rules apply as to Scouting youth http://www.ns.scouts.ca/ScotiaJamb05/Registration.htm
Extractions: Web Site Scotia Jamb 05 Attendance Eligibility Rules Scotia Jamb is open to all registered Youth Members, Girl Guides, their respective Leaders/Advisors, and Offers of Service from all Provinces/States/Countries. All are also welcome subject to the limitations noted below. Space is limited to 1,000 participants on a first come, first reserved basis save and except, we have reserved 100 applications for Special Need participants (from any Province/State - Youth/Adult). 300 spots have been reserved for NS Youth members. The numbers of Guides will be limited to 15% of registrants. Other spots are limited to those who qualify. Please refer to the Attendance Eligibility Rules for more details. Downloads Attendance Eligibility Rules Participant Registration Form Offer of Service Registration Form Note: Right-click and select "save as" to save this form to your computer.