2019 Scouting Registration In Whispering Pines Area

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As the summer comes to an end, and children back to school, Scouting groups in Whispering Pines Area (Muskoka, Almaguin Highlands, Parry Sound, Simcoe) are preparing for another busy year.

The Bracebridge Scouting groups will be holding Scouter Meet & Greets on Thursday, September 19th.    1st Bracebridge will hold their event at the Bracebridge Rotary Centre.  3rd Bracebridge will hold their event at the Bracebridge United Church.

Contact information:

1st Bracebridge:  Diana at 705-645-2171 or Gail at 705-645-7230

3rd Bracebridge: Liz at 705-646-0474 or Shawn at 705-706-2500

You can register online at www.myscouts.ca

The 2019-2020 registration fee is $230 per youth (financial assistance is available). You can register for Scouting all year round.  You can even try out two meetings for free before you commit (contact Scouters for information).

Parents can find out more information by visiting our Facebook group www.facebook.com/groups/BracebridgeScouting

Programs are offered to youth – both boys and girls – from ages 5 to 26.  Beaver Scouts, Cub Scouts, Scouts, Venturer Scouts, and Rover Scouts are the five Scouting programs that aim to challenge the youth.

Beaver Scouts — Sharing, Sharing, Sharing

A positive group experience for children aged 5-7 designed to develop in them a love of nature, an ability to share and play together, and an ability to express their creativity.

Cub Scouts — Do Your Best

Cubs is a program for children aged 8-10 designed for maximum enjoyment and learning through activities in such areas as outdoors, acting, games, music, Badge and Star work, handicrafts, and stories.

Scouts — Be Prepared     Venturer Scouts — Challenge!  Rovers – Service!

Scouts, Venturers, and Rovers are adventurous programs for young people aged 11-14  and 14-17 and 18 – 26 in which the members develop skills, earn Badges and awards, and have fun in the outdoors through hiking and camping, all designed to help guide them as they move towards good citizenship.

Scouting is recognized world-wide for its role in helping young people to develop physically, intellectually, socially, and spiritually. Scouting is all about building confidence and self-esteem, learning important life skills and leadership skills, team building, outdoor adventure, education, and fun!

All of the local Scout programming is done by volunteers, who recognize the value of Scouting in the lives of our youth.  These dedicated individuals put together exciting, challenging, and fun programs that keep the youth motivated throughout the year.

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