Scout-a-thon 2007 - Sunday, May 6

05/06/2007 - 00:00
05/06/2007 - 12:30

Scouts Westmount is holding its 10th annual Scout-a-thon on Sunday, May 6th starting at 9:00am. During the Scout-a-thon, the youths follow a specified route in Westmount Park by either biking, roller-blading, running, or walking during a two hour period. The youths collect pledges for their efforts. The event ends with a hotdog lunch for all participants and family members.

Summit Park Clean-up - Sunday, April 22

04/22/2007 - 12:00
04/22/2007 - 14:00

All members of Scouts Westmount are invited to celebrate Earth Day 2007 as we get together to clean-up Westmount's Summit Park. The more we are, the faster we'll get this annual job done, so please join-in.

Fall District Camp - September 2006


For the second year in a row, Scouts Westmount held their Fall Camp at Wilvaken Camp in Magog. The theme of this year's district camp was "I Dig Scouting". All Beavers, Cubs, Scouts, Venturers, and their families were invited to participate in the weekend camp.

Founders Day Service - Mountainside Church, Sun 18 Feb 2007

Thanks to all those who attended the service. Here is a copy of the reading about 100 years of Scouting.

Today we are here to commemorate our founder’s birthday, celebrate 100 years of Scouting worldwide and thank Mountainside church for supporting our scout group for many years.

Scouting was founded by Robert Baden-Powel who was born on 22nd February 1857. While at school he would disappear into the nearby woods - officially off limits to pupils - and learnt how to hide his tracks, climb and 'freeze' to escape detection by his school masters.

As a soldier he successfully defended the town of Mafeking from the besieging Boer troops during the Anglo-Boer war. During this time he had written a training guide for soldiers called 'Aids to Scouting' intended to teach techniques such as observation, tracking and initiative. The book became enormously popular with many boys and young men and he was persuaded to write a new book for young people; scouting for boys was published in 1908.

Stoney Point Scouts Celebrate their Centennial Anniversary

Montreal West town hall played host to at least 100 scouts last Thursday as they rallied together to mark the centennial celebration of the scouting movement.

Scouts, Venturers, Beavers, Cubs and Rovers from the Stoney Point region all joined together to play games, sing songs and listen to wisdom passed down to them by the evening’s guest of honour, Baron Robert Baden-Powell.

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