2nd Westmount Cubs visit Chinese Lanterns - Oct 29th

10/29/2008 - 18:00
10/29/2008 - 20:00
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2nd Westmount Cubs visited the Chinese Lanterns at the Montreal Botanical Gardens.

Westmount Park Cub Pack Investiture - Oct 9th

10/09/2008 - 19:50
10/09/2008 - 20:00
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Families of tenderpaws who will be invested into the Westmount Park Cub Pack are invited to attend the ceremony at 7:50 pm at the end of the regular Thursday night meeting on October 9. Each Cub needs a uniform shirt, navy blue pants, sash, and Cub book. These items are available at the Scouts Canada shop in Dorval (http://www.qc.scouts.ca/adult/boutique.htm). Each new cub will receive the group badges, epaulettes and neckerchief.

2ND Westmount Cub Pack Investiture - Oct 22nd

10/22/2008 - 19:45
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Families of tenderpaws who will be invested into the 2ND Westmount Cub Pack are invited to attend the ceremony at 7:45 pm at the end of the regular Wednesday night meeting on October 22. Each Cub needs a uniform shirt, navy blue pants,sash and woggle (strip to tie the neckerchief) and Cub book. These items are available at the Scouts Canada shop in Dorval (http://www.qc.scouts.ca/adult/boutique.htm). Each new cub will receive the group badges, epaulettes and neckerchief.

Pet Night at 2ND Westmount Cub Pack - Oct 8th

10/08/2008 - 18:30
10/08/2008 - 20:00
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All Cubs are invited to bring their pet(or a photo)to meet the pack. Please ensure that your pet is comfortable meeting a pack of 20 cubs.
To earn the Pet Care badge check your Cub Book for the requirements.
Leaders Meka, Mang-o, Baloo and Sona will be choosing this year's first group of sixers and seconds. These are cubs who show that they are responsible (arrive on time, come to most meetings and assist the leaders in getting the pack to do activities).

World Scout Jamboree in Sweden

07/25/2011 - 00:00
08/08/2011 - 18:00
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July 2011. A green grassy field outside the town of Kristianstad in southern Sweden has turned into a bustling town of more than 30 000 people.
Small tents, cooking fires, uniforms, music, nature, food, dancing, cafés, wood, adventures, singing, environment, orienteering, meetings, Scout scarves, letters from home, meditation, rock bands, patrols, ice cream, email, celebration, bicycles, pioneering, singing, cleaning, calm, water, sunshine, reunions, sleeping, laughter, solidarity...

This is the World Scout Jamboree. For more info, go to http://www.worldscoutjamboree.se/

Aimed at 14 to 17 year olds, participants attend the event in Contingents – one from each country where there are Scouts recognised by the World Organisation of the Scout Movement (WOSM). At the 21st World Scout Jamboree held in the United Kingdom in July 2007, there were youth representatives from 156 countries.

To be a participant at the 22nd World Scout Jamboree in Sweden 2011, you need to have turned 14 but not yet had your 18th birthday at the start of the camp. That means you must have been born between 25 July 1993 and 27 July 1997.

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