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Scout Troop

Scouts (girls and boys aged 11-14)
Our Scout Troop meets on Thursday evenings from 6:30 - 8:30pm.
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Scout Promise:
On my honour
I promise that I will do my best
To do my duty to God and the Queen,
To help other people at all times,
And to carry out the spirit of the Scout Law.


On my honour
I promise that I will do my best
To respect my Country and my beliefs,
To help other people at all times,
And to carry out the spirit of the Scout Law.
Scout Law:
A Scout is Helpful and Trustworthy,
Kind and Cheerful,
Considerate and Clean,
And wise in the use of all resources.
Scout Motto:  Be Prepared

Scout Uniform:
Scouts wear a green Uniform shirt and Khaki pants. Optional belt is brown. Badges on the left chest indicate their progression on the Canadian Path. A necker indicates their group affiliation and a woggle shows their rank in the Troop.
Scouts also have an alternate activity uniform which replaces the Green uniform shirt with a Green Scout performance T-shirt.
Click here for a diagram of the uniform & badge placement
Scout Program
The Scouting program focuses on 6 key areas. They are: Environment and Outdoors, Beliefs and Values, Leadership, Active and Healthy Living, Citizenship, Creative Expression.

Enjoy mountain biking, rock-climbing, canoeing, kayaking, skits, songs, and lots of camping. These are just a few of the adventures you can tackle in Scouting. 

You'll enjoy your outdoor adventures as part of a team, working together with other young people to accomplish thrilling challenges.

Scouting gives every member a chance to be a leader. It might involve running an activity, organizing a camp, or participating with other young people across your province or Canada in a youth forum.

Our Troop plans for 8-10 weekend, and 1 week-long camp each year. We also endeavour to night hike at least once per month during our regular meeting time. Our outdoor adventures are many, varied and lots of fun.


Outdoor Adventure Skills Badges:
Throughout the Scouting program (Beavers through Rovers), youth progress towards mastery (level 1-9)  of a variety of Outdoor Adventure Skills including Camping skills, Vertical skills, Paddling skills, Winter skills, Scoutcraft skills, Trail skills, Aquatic skills, Emergency skills, and Sailing skills.

Personal Achievement Badges:
Individual interests and skills are recognized through themed Personal Achievement Badges.  Scouts can earn Personal Achievement and Skills level badges by participating in weekly programs as well as on their own at home. Each Scout can view requirements and track their progress of the Personal Achievement Badges and Outdoor Adventure Skills using the ScoutsTracker App.

Information regarding individual logins and passwords can be obtained from section Scouters