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November 2014

Posted by Michael Watts on December 14, 2014 at 4:40 PM Comments comments (0)

The first week in November was spent by the beavers doing some arts and crafts. The beavers made poppies that they then displayed on Sunday as part of their act of remembrance. Some of the beavers even wanted to wear them to Church Parade! The beavers then took part in the remembrance parade. This month the beavers have been looking at the Disability badge. They competed different activities including trying to walk with crutches, trying on knee braces and a bingo for different disabilities. These were then explained in brief detail to the beavers. The next week the beavers tried writing their name blind, by using sticky letters and trying to place them in the right order. A few new beavers were invested on this night also. The last week in November was spent by the beavers making clay decorations that can be hung on Christmas trees. They modelled them however they wanted and could make as many or as few as they liked.

 

The cubs have been very busy with month. They started the month off on a firework camp at Buckmore park where they did lots of badge work and watched a firework display put on by the different groups camping there collectively. The week after the cubs ad a bonfire to celebrate bonfire night where they sang songs, toasted marshmallows and one of the cubs Sarah and a very special night. The cubs distract leader came down and presented Sarah with her Chief Scouts Silver award which is the highest that a cub can earn. The cubs along with the beavers, scouts and explorers took part in the remembrance parade. The cubs have also used one of the evening to plan together what they would like to do next year on including trips and actives. The cubs contributed some good ideas and some very ambitious ones also! The cubs had a very special visitor this month who bought down some bugs and animals for the cubs to do bush tucker trials. They got to hold reptiles such as lizards, a bearded dragon and a bull frog! They also got to eat insects which were enjoyed by some more than others! The last week in November was spent by the cubs practising Christmas carols to sing to the parents as part of their entertainers badge a couple of week later.

 

The scouts and explorers have been very busy this month. They also took part in the camp at Buckmore park and got to watch the firework display. The scouts camped in their patrols and cooked independently from the leaders to improve their skills and work as a team. The scouts all really enjoyed this and want to do another camp like it. The next week the scouts and explorers attended a firework display put on by the 25th scout group. There was a large display with some very impressive fireworks! The scouts and explorers had a 'Ton of fun' activity challenge night to get as many challenged done as possible. This went very well and 7 or 8 different activities took place in one night! The scouts finished the month by taking part in the district troop night along with other scout groups from the district. This was very successful for the scouts and even though they didn't win, they learnt a lot of new skills and bonded well together as Patrols!

 

This month has been very busy for everyone and I hope the next is just as fun!

October 2014

Posted by Michael Watts on October 28, 2014 at 6:00 PM Comments comments (0)

Everyone in the 50th has been very busy this October.


The beavers have been looking at doing their air activity and their communicator’s badge. They started off October by making paper planed and having a competition to see who could make the best plane. They have looked at Morse code and have practised writing messages with it, along with writing letters to other beavers in other countries, to form a pen pal relationship. The beavers have also learnt semaphore using flags. They really enjoyed this and took very a lot of interest in being able to spell their names in semaphore and Morse code. The beavers have used mobile phones to send text messages, ipads to send emails and remembering their home phone numbers. It was surprising how many beavers knew how to send text messages and emails! The new beaver leader Elmo taught the beavers some sign language which the beavers took an active part in to learn the alphabet and be able to complete their communication badge. As part of the last week of October being Halloween, the beavers are carving pumpkins and having a Halloween themed evening.


The cubs have also been very busy looking at camp safety and preparing for the camp they are going on at the end of October. The cubs have learnt about how to be safe on a campsite and the rules associated with it. They played a game to learn the dos and don’ts on camp. The cubs have learnt about camp hygiene and the parts of the tent and have been taught this through the experience of the leaders and some of the cubs. A few of the cubs had interesting stories to tell from camps! The cubs have welcomed a few new faces this month who have been invested and are now taking active roles in cubs.


The scouts and explorers have also been busy learning new skills that they can use on camps. They have learnt to pitch tents, what each type of tents is used for, and how to put them back away. The scouts have done first aid and have been taught how to carry out resuscitation using resusci Anne. They have taken part in team buildings activities to get to know the hundreds of new scouts that have joined us. The new scouts have learnt how to light fires and the safety needed around a fire. They have been put in new patrols and Luke was promoted to being a patrol leader. The scouts took part in a district conker bash where a scout Sam got in to the top ten winners. The scouts will be taking part in a camp at the beginning where they will be camping in their patrols and being independent to learn new skills and put the ones they have learnt into practise.


The explorers have been involved in teaching and helping the scouts this month. A couple of the explorers have also been planning a hike which will be undertaken in December by not only them but other explorers from the district.

 

December 2013

Posted by Michael Watts on January 1, 2014 at 7:55 PM Comments comments (0)

In December the beavers started with having a games night where they all had fun and enjoyed playing some new and different games that they had not played before. They have also been preparing for Christmas with making different decorations. The beavers started by making snowflakes out of the bottom of bottles and decorating them with glitter and lots and lots of stickers. The beavers also made the little ornaments which they could choose the design and then paint them however they wanted. The beavers enjoyed doing these as it put them in the Christmas mood and they were all busy discussing what they were going to be doing for Christmas and what they had asked for. The beavers had a slightly different Christmas party this year as the leaders bought down wiis and play stations and they could play on them for the evening. The beavers could also have food and drinks and Christmas music to listen to. As there was no cub meeting that evening, the beavers had an extended meeting so they could play even more games. A highlight for the beavers was definitely watching the leaders fail at playing just dance!


This month the cubs have had a very busy month with lots of different outings. The cubs started the month at the hut learning about different countries and the cuisines and differences to our country. They had an Italian night where they played a traditional Italian games, learnt the language, tried some food and more! The cubs enjoyed this as it was different to what we normally do and they could see how everything differed in Italian! The cubs then attended the District Carol concert where they joined all the other cubs from the Medway Towns and sang songs, and heard the Christmas story. The cubs had a slightly different Christmas Party as they went to see Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs pantomime in Chatham. It was really good and funny and all the cubs and leaders all really enjoyed it. The cubs even got sweets and Ice cream!


In this month the scouts and explorers started by going Ice Skating in Gillingham. We all had lots of fun skating round together, some better than others, and Darren and Dave showing off their great skating abilities! The scouts and explorers then went back to the hut the next week where they made sweets. They rolled a ball of cake and then out a small piece of marzipan round it, then icing and then finally dipped them in chocolate! As you can imagine this was a messy night with food and chocolate everywhere and lots of teenagers who were very hyper! They also had to draw something in the hall but from a weird angle. Personally, not being a very good drawer, I chose to draw the top of the radiator. Bad idea on my part! The scouts and explorers then finished off the month with a Christmas Party where they played games, ate food and watched a film. They enjoyed this evening as it was relaxing and they got to eat and watch the TV!


Due to school work and my DoE I will not be back until March. I hope everyone has a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year,


Wenonah

 

November 2013

Posted by Michael Watts on January 1, 2014 at 7:55 PM Comments comments (0)

In November the beavers have been looking at the Solar system and all the stars and planets in the sky. They started off the month playing games and getting back in to the swing of things after the holidays. The beavers have also been doing small science experiments to see different colours and reactions when two materials are put together. One of the experiments that they did was putting a piece of celery in a small amount of water with red food colouring in. They could then watch the red as it slowly travelled up the piece of celery. Some of the beavers got very confused because it was going the wrong way! The beavers have also had a few beavers join this month who have been invested and are joining in with all the exciting activities the beavers are doing.


In this month the cubs have been very busy. The cubs started off the month by going to the District Firework camp along with the scouts and explorers. The cubs did lots of team building activities such as blindfold rope courses, bivi building and tree identification. In the evening the cubs then went and watched the fireworks and the fire show. When the cubs got back from this, they finished the Physical recreation badge. The cubs have also been learning about how to stay safe for their Personal safety badge. They have learnt about stranger danger, how to stay safe when on the internet, the green cross code and what it means to follow it. The cubs have also been taught about the fire alarm and what they should do. The cubs had a practise of this and we all had to go outside in the rain!


The scouts and explorers kicked off the month by going to Buckmore Park to take part in the district firework camp. They slept over two nights and took part in the activities with the cubs. They really enjoyed this as it was very laid back and relaxing and they could have lots of fun. They then watched the fireworks in the evening which were very enjoyable to watch. At the beginning of the month the scouts and explorers started the ton of fun badge, where they have to complete 110 listed activities in a year. They started this off by taking part in quartermasters work in the stores where we all emptied the store so it could be sorted out. They scouts have also attended district troop night where they could complete more activities from the ton of fun badge. At the moment the scouts are definitely ahead of the explorers! At the end of the month the scouts and explorers went to Buckmore Park and took part in a campfire that they helped to make. They then cooked sausages on the fire and sang a few campfire songs to complete another one of the challenges.


This month all of the sections attended Remembrance Day parade at the local church where they carried the flag and showed their respects to the fallen soldiers. The explorers got to carry their new flag for the first time as a whole group.


See you again soon,


Wenonah

 

October 2013

Posted by Michael Watts on November 6, 2013 at 3:55 PM Comments comments (0)

In October, the Beavers kicked off the month by learning about recycling. The Beavers have also taken part in a nature walk in which they had to find an object in nature for every letter of the alphabet. They also had to find different objects on the walk that they could pick up and take home to make a collage with. The Beavers enjoyed doing this walk because they got to be out in the open whilst finding different things that they could pick up and take home as evidence that they have been on the walk. The Beavers have carved pumpkins too for Halloween. They got to pick what design they wanted on the pumpkin and then they got the gruesome task of taking all the insides of the pumpkin out and getting all messy. However some of the Beavers didn’t like getting their hands dirty! The Beavers also had the chance to go and pick the pumpkins that they wanted to carve with Sally from the fields, however no Beavers turned up so Sally and Kay got to pick all the pumpkins by themselves!


In Cubs this month they finished off the communications badge and they got to play games related to this, so see how strong verbal communication is over lots of noise. Some of the messaged were passed over better by the louder Cubs! The cubs have also been rock climbing this month which was a great success as many of the cubs got to the top of the wall every time they climbed. The cubs have also taken part in a cookery competition against the Brownies on a RSPB fun day. The cubs made a cracking effort at this, but Michael did manage to win against the Brownie leader! This month the Cubs have welcomed some new members in to both the Hawk and Falcon packs, and we hope that they will stay with us all through their Cub days.


The Scouts have been working towards their creative challenge badge with the help of the Explorers. They have had to make a bag that they can put their bowls and plates in on camp. This will be very useful for the scouts that keep losing all their cutlery and crockery! The Scouts have had the chance to learn finger knitting which, once they got their heads round, they were very good at doing! The Scouts have taken part in the conker bash this year on the 18th October. Unfortunately none of our scouts passed round two of the competition, but they have fun doing what they did and the activities they got to take part in once they were out of the competition, such as a cooking sausages around a fire. In behalf of the Scouts and Explorers, we would like to wish Aysha and Stephen good luck on the selection camp that they are taking part in for the World Jamboree in July 2015 in Japan.


Wenonah

 

September 2013

Posted by Michael Watts on November 6, 2013 at 3:40 PM Comments comments (0)

In September we set off with games for Beavers so that the new beavers could join in and feel welcome and get to know the other beavers so that they had friends. We had a few new Beavers join but unfortunately we had a few Beavers moving up to Cubs. The Beavers have also looked at their healthy eating badge and looked at what foods are healthy and what foods aren’t. The Beavers have also made pizzas where they not only got to choose which toppings they wanted, but also roll out the dough to the shape and size that they wanted it. Completely home made with only a little bit of mess! The Beavers this month got the chance to make peppermint creams and make then to the shapes and colours that they wanted. Some of the Beavers wanted blue and pink ones but others wanted the more extravagant colour orange which certainly stood out from the rest of the colours.


In this month the cubs have been very busy. They have been tobogganing which was a first for some of the Cubs. They all had good fun racing each other down the course and for some of them, trying not hot get caught up by the leaders! The tobogganing goes towards their physical activity badge that they are completing over the course of a few months taking part in various activities such as the five aside football. The Cubs have also been working on their communication badge which involved using different communication devices and finding out how to use them and then actually having a go at using the devices for themselves. The Cubs have also completed the ICT level 1 badge by identifying devices used in computing and how you work each piece of equipment.


In Scouts and Explorers this month, they have been working towards their circus skills badge. They had the chance to use diablos, poi, slack line and practise other circus skills that they then had to perform to the Explorers. If the explorers thought that they had improved in this skill then the scouts got their circus skills badge. They were all lucky enough to get their badge. The scouts have also seen a few new members get invested in September who is still regulars to the scout meetings. James, Allister and I were lucky enough to receive our platinum awards, and for James also the diamond award, for achieving the Duke of Edinburgh awards for bronze and silver and also completing the international partnership award by taking part in an international camp.


See you in October Wenonah

 

April 2013

Posted by Michael Watts on May 2, 2013 at 4:50 PM Comments comments (0)

In the month of April, the beavers have been doing a variety of different activities. They started April off after the half term with some games and outside activities as the sun was finally out! The beavers have also learnt about resuscitation and how to give it if you are a child. They were also taught how an adult would give resuscitation so that they could notice someone who was giving it or for when they are older. The beavers have also learnt about how to bandage a body part and how to do it properly. The beavers learnt about how to put a sling on someone else. Most of the beavers were better than the young leaders! In this last week, the beavers learnt how to make cakes in a cup which they then enjoyed eating when they got home. The beavers could choose whether to make chocolate cakes or plan cakes. The beavers have welcomed some new children in to the group and are waiting for these new beavers to be invested in to the 50th.

In April, the cubs have started a few different badges and have worked together to achieve these. The two cub packs joined together to go swimming and everyone achieved their stage 1 swimming badge. Some of the cubs also got the opportunity to go for their stage 2 swimming badge and then some of the cubs achieved this. The cubs have also been working on their reading badge and have looked at different kinds of information books like dictionaries, encyclopaedias and atlas’. The cubs have had to look at books they have recently read and enjoyed and for part of their badge; they have to write a short bit about what the books were about. Some individual cubs have been working on badges outside of the meetings and have achieved these. One cub worked towards their martial arts and another towards a horse riding badge.

The scouts and explorers have been doing a variety of different activities, starting with some games split in to scouts and explorers. The scouts and explorers have been testing their woggle making skills by making their own woggles. The new scouts and explorers have made woggles that they can wear when they are invested. The scouts and explorers have also worked on their team work skills by playing games of rounders as teams and having to work together, but also being tied together and having to work together to get out without breaking the string or taking your hands out of the loops. Some people were definitely better than others and had or patience! The scouts have had a mass investiture where the new scouts had an initiation test of having to jump over a “pit of shark infested custard” (as Mr Dave put it). The scouts and explorers have had a very relaxed month and have really enjoyed the variety of different activities.

Whilst having invested many different new members in to the group, the 50th Medway Towns joined the district at the Saint Georges Day Parade. The group got very in to the music and were dancing along the whole way through! There was a good turn out from the group and we hope to see more people there next year!

 

September 2012

Posted by Michael Watts on October 21, 2012 at 4:05 PM Comments comments (0)

During September, the 50th Medway Towns Scout Group has been very busy.


The beavers have been looking at Healthy eating and have been preparing different foods. They have made banana and strawberry milkshakes, the banana ones tasting better! The beavers have also looked at different fruits and tasting them. They saw different fruits that some of the beavers had never seen before. Even some of the leaders had not seen the fruits! The beavers have built up their team working skills through making the smoothies together and tasting the fruits. They have also built up the skills by playing games which they have had to work together and other games which they need to support each other to help another beaver win.


The cubs have been working on their cyclist’s badge, which included learning how to get on/off a bike, how to ride a bike, testing to see if the cubs can ride and also how to look after the bike and the maintenance of it. The cubs have enjoyed the cyclists badge as they got to have hands on experience with the bikes as they got to bring in their own bike and do what the leader was doing on their bike. The cubs have played lots of games and they have developed their skills in teamwork and their knowledge of different skills needed for the games. The cubs have had a games night in which they had lots of fun and worked together in teams as well as competitively.


The scouts and explorers have been working on their first aid badges stages 2 and 3. The scouts and explorers have had to learn how to do the recovery position, mouth to mouth, CPR and how to treat broken bones, burns and how to deal with them. They have also learnt how to call the emergency services and what to say when you are on the phone to the services. The scouts and explorers have welcomed new members in to the troupe, and played different games to get in to the evening meeting.


Overall, the group has had a good month and is looking forward to what October brings their way.

 

Wenonah  :)

 

July 2012

Posted by Michael Watts on July 29, 2012 at 5:50 AM Comments comments (0)

The beavers have worked on improving their sporting ability this month in the run up to the olympics. The beavers have made towers made out of spaghetti and marshmallows to test teamwork and skill. This did not go so well! The beavers have also been playing lots of games to make new beavers feel welcome and part of the group. The beavers have been also looking at their promise by investing new beavers and looking at what it means to be a beaver, and how they should behave and treat others in beavers and in the wider community. On the last week, the beavers had a water fight which consisted of water, water guns, water balloons and lots of shaving foam!! All of the beavers got very wet, but then enjoyed the party afterwards.

 

In cubs, they have looked at hazards in the home and garden. They have had to look at dangers that are faced and some cubs even looked at how to avoid these dangers. The cubs also had an easy night where they played games and had fun with the parachute. They also played lots of teamwork games. The cubs had a visitor come down to teach them archery as part of the Olympic challenge badge they have been working on. The cubs really enjoyed the evening and even the leaders and young leaders had a go. The cubs had a fundraising night in which they were sponsored for doing a three legged wal down to the church and back. Some of the cubs did better than others! The cubs did 'how many sweets can you eat in a minute'. Cub Polly had the smallest mouth and cub Jason had one of the biggest mouths! The cubs then threw sponges at the leaders. The cubs seemed to enjoy seeing them get soaked!



 

In scouts and explorers, the scouts have been working on their cooking badge. The scouts have been doing the practical work this month and the theory last month. While the scouts were doing this, the explorers were planning a route for a hike, starting at Rochester castle and finishing in burham. The explorers taught some of the newer and infact the older scouts too, how to put up and take down Icelandic tents, which is a useful skill to know. The scouts and explorers learnt FAT TOM which stands for: food, acid, time, temperature, oxygen and moisture. This is what a food doesn't not need, otherwise the food would go off. The scouts and explorers have also worked on maps this month, looking at the area around the campsite and doing activities in preparation for the camp. One of the scout leaders Dave, was awarded his woodbeads for completing everything in order to be a scout leader. He was awarded them just in time for the camp!!

 

Wenonah :)

June 2012

Posted by Michael Watts on July 29, 2012 at 5:50 AM Comments comments (0)

It has been another busy month for all sections, here is what we have been up to.

 

The beavers have been doing sports for the Olympics and working on different activities for the Jubilee. The beavers have worked on making fridge magnets, cards, black and white drawings, and other fun things for the Jubilee. The beavers have enjoyed doing this because they have got to do creative activities and work together to make cards. The beavers have also done lots of sporting activities whilst taking part in mini competitions with the other people. The beavers have developed their teamwork skills because they have helped each other with their different sports e.g. teaching each other how to play football.

 

In cubs they have been working on their DIY badge. For this they have had to build a birdhouse and a bird feeder. The evenings were very lo9ud as the cubs had to learn how to use the different tools and then they built the different bird accessories. The cubs have also had a games night, in which the cubs got to pick the games and then they played them. The cubs enjoyed the DIY badge. One of the cubs said “this is really hard but so fun”. This cub built most of their bird house and then brought it back to cubs the next week finished and painting. The cubs have learnt DIY skills which will help them when they are building something. Also, the cubs have worked together to help build the bird houses and feeders because one held the wood whist the other banged the nails in. The cubs have worked really hard on this badge and they only need to do some painting before they can gain their badge.

 

The scouts and explorers have worked on map reading in May. They went on a small hike on a Friday night so that the younger scouts and the new explorers could learn how to read the map. The scouts and a few explorers took part in a district tug of war. The scouts did well in this competition and did the best they could. The scouts then took part in a jubilee party in which they went to different stools run by the different groups and play old fashioned games that were played when the queen was crowned. The 50th ran croquet and shove halfpenny. Most of the scouts that game to the stall did not know what these games were! The explorers have taught the scouts how to read the map, what the different symbols on the map are, and how to do4 and 6 figure grid references.

 

Join me next month to find out what we got up to in July.

Wenonah

May 2012

Posted by Michael Watts on June 28, 2012 at 4:55 PM Comments comments (0)

The beavers have been doing sports for the Olympics and working on different activities for the Jubilee. The beavers have worked on making fridge magnets, cards, black and white drawings, and other fun things for the Jubilee. The beavers have enjoyed doing this because they have got to do creative activities and work together to make cards. The beavers have also done lots of sporting activities whilst taking part in mini competitions with the other people. The beavers have developed their teamwork skills because they have helped each other with their different sports e.g. teaching each other how to play football.

 

In cubs they have been working on their DIY badge. For this they have had to build a birdhouse and a bird feeder. The evenings were very loud as the cubs had to learn how to use the different tools and then they built the different bird accessories. The cubs have also had a games night, in which the cubs got to pick the games and then they played them. The cubs enjoyed the DIY badge. One of the cubs said “this is really hard but so fun”. This cub built most of their bird house and then brought it back to cubs the next week finished and painting. The cubs have learnt DIY skills which will help them when they are building something. Also, the cubs have worked together to help build the bird houses and feeders because one held the wood whist the other banged the nails in. The cubs have worked really hard on this badge and they only need to do some painting before they can gain their badge.

 

The scouts and explorers have worked on map reading in May. They went on a small hike on a Friday night so that the younger scouts and the new explorers could learn how to read the map. The scouts and a few explorers took part in a district tug of war. The scouts did well in this competition and did the best they could. The scouts then took part in a jubilee party in which they went to different stools run by the different groups and play old fashioned games that were played when the queen was crowned. The 50th ran croquet and shove halfpenny. Most of the scouts that game to the stall did not know what these games were! The explorers have taught the scouts how to read the map, what the different symbols on the map are, and how to do4 and 6 figure grid references.

 

Join me again in June.

 

Wenonah

April 2012

Posted by Michael Watts on May 6, 2012 at 5:15 PM Comments comments (0)

This month the beavers have had a couple of weeks off because of Easter, but this has not stopped them having fun! The beavers planted sunflowers in little pots. They have to bring them back to beavers just before the summer break and then we can see whose sunflower is the tallest! Also in beavers we have welcomed lots of new beavers and taught them what it means to be a beaver. Some of the beavers went to Howletts for the day with lots of other beavers and had a wonderful day. The beavers had a wonderful time learning about all the animals there and how the zoo keepers look after them. The beavers have also learnt about how to look after animals. Those beavers that have pets at home have been challenged to write down everything they do for their animal and fill in a booklet about their pet, for 6 weeks. The beavers have been telling us how they have been getting on. The beavers also went on Easter Camp with the scouts and explorers. They Worked in mixed patrols of all ages and built up their team working skills whilst playing lots of games and challenging activities. One of the activities that the patrols were given was to find 30 objects from the list they were given in the woods. All of the beavers enjoyed running about in the woods finding the different requirements from the list. One of the beavers even found a pea bug!

 

The Cubs have been working on their DIY badge and their Air Activity badge. For the DIY badge the cubs had to name the different tools that are used for DIY, how to use them safely and also how to work with the tools. They had to find all the dangers in a garden where people could get hurt from DIY tools. One of the dangers was a water hose squirting on a drill. The cubs also had to find the different DIY tools in a word search. The cubs took part in a small quiz which they had to think of what they already knew about tools and what they are used for. The cubs have also been working towards their air activity badge. For this, the cubs have been naming different sorts of ways of flying. Most of the cubs did better than the young leaders! Also, the cubs made paper aeroplanes which they could decorate and then fly outside to see whose plane went the furthest. The cubs also made kites which they could then take home and fly. The cubs could make the kite any shape they wanted, and one of them made their kite into the shape of a dinosaur head! The cubs have had the sixes that they are in re-organised as there are so many cubs! They have also welcomed new cubs in to their pack by investing them. The cubs have also had a games night where they had fun and enjoyed finding out which game was coming next.

 

The scouts and explorers have been working on their world faith badge. They have been finishing off the badge by looking at the different places of worship and different holy books. The scouts found it funny when one of the chapters in the Qu’aran was translated and it meant the cow. We read different sections of the holy books, but as none of us could read Arabic, we read the translations! We looked at different parts of religion and of the books. We looked at what being a monk or a nun means and how that differs from other denominations. The scouts and explorers went swimming at cascades and had lots of fun. They swum together and played together and everyone got involved at different parts of the swim. The younger scouts found it very fun to chase other scouts and then to splash lots of people! The scouts and explorers also went on the camp with the beavers and some of the explorers took ages trying to put up the beaver tent! The scouts and explorers had fun on camp because some of the newer people got to learn what camp is about. They learnt to build fires, put up tents and the best bit of course, the campfire! Overall, everybody had fun on camp as the scouts and explorers got to take a leading role for the beavers in the different patrols that they were put in to.


Wenonah

 


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