Friday, February 3, 2012

Cederberg Adventure 2012

Updates from the "The Senior Scout Adventure" website.


January 2012
Advertising brochures have been distributed to the Provinces and  are also available as a download from the official website.
  
Adventure entries are made through the online application system which opens on 1 April 2012.
  
The adventure is to be held in the Cederberg Mountains from 10 December 2012 to 22 December 2012.
  
Who may participate:
 Scout Patrols where all Scouts are over the age of 15 (barring very exceptional circumstances) but not yet turned 18 at the start of the Adventure, qualify to enter. Scouter Patrols where all adults are over the age of 18 are welcome to enter too.
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                                               What is the cost?  Participants : The cost of the 2012
                                               adventure is R3000. A deposit of R1200 is required 31
                                               July 2012 and the balance of R1800 on 30 September 2012.





For more detail about this 2012 adventure please visit,  http://www.scouting.org.za/adventure/

Saturday, November 19, 2011

KonTiki 2012 (Gauteng)


To obtain more detail about this 2012 event please visit http://kontiki.scouting.org.za/Default.aspx,

Sunday, February 20, 2011

BP Sunday 2011

On 20 February, Cubs and Scouts from the various scout groups in our District celebrated Baden Powells birthday at a special Scouting service held in the grounds of the 1st Hellenic Scout Group.

After the service the Cubs and Scouts from each group were split into teams of 5 members so that they could all participate in the fun events that were built by the 1st Hellenic Scouts.

Below are a few of some photos taken at the service and at the fun events.






Saturday, January 15, 2011

Climate Change

A challenge for Cubs & Scouts for 2011.  More detail about this challenge will be provided at your group meetings. Also visit our challenge page for details of other websites that also have more information about "climate change".

Thursday, August 26, 2010

About our Badge


Our badge (as indicated above) represents the borders of our District.

The eastern border starts at Isando Road (between suburbs of Isando & Croydon of Kempton Park - a town near the Johannesburg International Airport) and extends to the western border of Troyeville (a suburb in Johannesburg). This is represented by the aeroplane symbol.

Our northern border is the ESKOM power lines that run along the R25 (Modderfontein road) bordering Edenvale and extends to the south to the R29 (Main Reef road). This is represented by the power line pylon.

As our western and southern borders are hills of the suburbs of Sunnyridge & Kensington / Bez Valley, these are represented by the two hill symbols.

The colour of the badge is based on the same colours as used in the District Scarf which is only worn by our District Staff members. The colours of our scarf is orange and black. The border is black. A District badge is sewn on the apex.

About North Rand Scouting District

The North Rand Scout District consists of 9 Scout Groups.

The District is very fortunate to have 3 sections of Scouting (i.e. Air. Land and Sea ).

Our Scout Groups are thus able to offer Cubs, Scouts and Rovers a wide selection of outdoor activities.

Due to the size of our District, each Scout Group is able to cater for the immediate needs of their surrounding areas.

The Scout Groups in the District set a high standard in Scouting and their performance is best evaluated by the achievements of their Cubs, Scouts and Rovers.

These include Leaping Wolf, Springbok Scout and BP Scout Awards, Star Troop & Star Pack Awards as well as other awards obtained from a number of other Scouting events in which they have participated.