Working Bee/Family pizza & BBQ

Barbara - Parents - 14 days ago (13 Apr 18) Working_bee

We will be having a Working Bee at the hall on Sunday 20th May from 10am onwards. Tasks we need to complete will be added closer to the date but we need assistance with paving, guttering and general organising/tidy up of store rooms/Q-store etc.
Please come by anytime throughout the day to assist. Lunch and snacks will be provided.

We are following the working bee with a family event Pizzas and BBQ. If you can’t help at the working bee we still would love it if families can come along and share a meal with us.
BYO: drinks – food will be provided.
This part of the day will be from 4pm onwards.

This is an opportunity to get to know your committee members, give back to the group and help create a great environment for all our Scout members.

Parent Committee Meeting

Barbara - Parents - 14 days ago (13 Apr 18)

Our next Parent Committee Meeting will be held on Thursday 10th May 7pm at the Scout Hall.
It would be great if a representative from each family could attend. Children are welcome to come along if needed and supervision will be provided.
BYO: snacks to share.
We will keep the meeting as brief as possible but need more families to be involved in this committee so we can give our Scouts the best possible experience.
Minutes from the last meeting and agenda will be attached leading up to the event.

Thank you all for your support.

Jamboree Fundraising

Barbara - Parents - 4 months ago (03 Jan 18)

Various activities will be held during the year to support our youth and Leaders to attend the 2019 Jamboree at Tailem Bend.

First up – Bottle Drive

The Party for One Hundred Years

Barbara - Parents - almost 4 years ago (06 Jul 14) Dscf0150

And what a great day it was….

I thank every person that came along and helped celebrate this achievement.

Cubs were TimeTravellers

Barbara - Cubs - almost 5 years ago (13 Jul 13) Img_0262 Old_house

The recent Cub camp was to be held at Seeonee Hills, just a little bit past Woodhouse. However, due to rennovations to that site, the Cubs were upgraded to the Old House at Woodhouse.

Yes thats right – the haunted one.

Which was good as the Cubs were Time Travelling. We had sixers fom the Vikings, to Knights (including the Jedi variety), Nomads, Eskimos and the Leaders hailed from the West.

Archery, hiking the Heysen Trail, Challenge Hill, Orienteering and a couple of night walks were amongst the activities on offer.

The hike along the Heysen Trail was done as part of the Branch Commisioner’s Challenge to ‘Hike the Heysen’. The cubs will have earned themselves a commemorative badge for their efforts!

Our visitors from America this term have certainly had an interesting experience with the 1st Gilberton Cub Pack!

Upcoming Events

Bottle Drive - 2018

A major push by the group to raise much needed funds for the Jamboree.


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2019 Jamboree

AJ is the th Australian Jamboree being hosted by Scouts SA. Are you ready

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