Year End Outing to the Train Museum - Sunday, June 8th

06/08/2008 - 12:00
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Cubs and Beavers are invited to spend the afternoon at the Exporail train museum in St. Constant. Come out for a few hours, inspect the old trains, tour around the new expanded facilities and go for a trolley ride!

For further details, please contact your section leaders.

Westmount Family Day - Saturday, May 31st

05/31/2008 - 10:00
05/31/2008 - 16:00
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Join us once again as we participate in Westmount Family Day to be held in Westmount Park.

All sections are invited to take part in the parade. Westmount Park Group also builds a fire and helps the public cook "smores" over the fire. 2nd Westmount Group sells hamburgers and drinks.

Westmount Park Cubs attend "The Jungle Book" theatre production - Saturday, May 3rd

05/03/2008 - 13:00
05/03/2008 - 15:00
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The cub program is based on Rudyard Kipling's Jungle Book. It has been adapted for the stage for young people, and our cubs will go as a group - at the D.B.Clarke Theatre 1455 de Maisonneuve West. We'll attend the 13:00 performance (Saturday, May 3rd). The cost is $12. Family and friends can come too.

Contact your leader about prepurchasing tickets.

Westmount Park Cubs visit Cooper Marsh and farm - Saturday, April 12th

04/12/2008 - 08:15
04/12/2008 - 17:00
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Westmount Park Cubs are invited on a daytrip to Cooper Marsh in Lancaster Ontario. Participation helps the cubs earn their World Conservation and Observer badges. Our bus will leave the Westmount Arena at 8:30, and will return there at about 17:00. The cost is $25. Family and friends can come too.

Westmount Scouts Travel to Namibia

Two St Andrew's Rovers, Brian Bevand and Kendra Girdwood and 2ND Westmount Venturer, Nathan Butcher will be spending six weeks this summer in Africa participating in an international development project. They will be travelling to the former South West Africa, now known as Namibia, on the southern Atlantic coast of Africa. Organized in conjunction with the Namibian Scouting Association a group of about thirty youth from the Montreal area will be building ventilated latrines for pre-schools in the town of Okahanja located north of the nation's capital, Windhoek. Younger members of Westmount Scouting have contributed gift boxes for the Rovers and Venturer to take to the children in the schools.
The costs of the project will be covered by the Scouting World Brotherhood but the participants must cover their own expenses. The Westmount trio has been fundraising selling t-shirts, hoodies, badges and other items. They have recently received a donation thanks to an article that appeared in the Westmount Independent on March 26.

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