Traditional Scouting does not mean ignoring Technology

Recently, we have been talking with fellow Traditional Scouters about program ideas including model rockets, and Geocaching with the use of GPS. Often the first thing we hear in response is “What does that have to do with Traditional Scouting?” While the program set forth by B-P does not incorporate the use of the Telephone, nor computers, mobile devices, television among many other modern conveniences, it does provide a philosophy

The first 6 months...

1st Clarington started back in July of 2017 as an idea.  We didn’t know who would be with us and who would not, but we knew that the youth of Clarington, and particularly Courtice needed something that was affordable, and that would provide outdoor environmental stewardship. Much of the early work to getting the group together I credit to Amie Heaslip.  Her ability to assess, and identify the right opportunities

ScoutScarf Day 2017

Scouting is the largest youth movement in the world, and yet a movement that generally does not take enough pride in showing our pride in public.  Let’s change that this year! on August 1st, no matter where you are or what you are doing, wear your neckerchief as a sign that you are a scout and proud to serve your community.