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Corroboree - Thu 29 Mar to Mon 2 Apr

posted 5 Feb 2018, 03:40 by Andrew Yeaman   [ updated 22 Apr 2018, 00:18 ]


An activity camp held at Caringal Scout Camp, Tyers Junction. Provides 4 nights camping at Easter. 

Activities include archery, paint party, laser tag, gateway competition, mud & guts, water slide. 

Cost: $140






Cost: $140
Due: 2 Mar
Method: EFT
BSB: 033-061
A/C: 460167
Code: CORROB

Top Gear Scout - Fri 16 to Sun 18 Mar

posted 5 Feb 2018, 03:24 by Andrew Yeaman   [ updated 14 Mar 2018, 03:38 ]


Are your Scouts & Guides ready for another 2 days of action packed fun at Mafeking Rover Park?

At Top Gear Scout 2018 your Scouts will compete against other Patrols over the weekend in a competition camp like none other!

For those aged 12 and up they even have the opportunity to learn how to drive a car in our very own Junior Development Program (JDP).

There will be lots of activities to keep them busy all weekend and we guarantee they’ll leave wanting more!

This is also Fully Catered Weekend! There is no need for your Scouts to miss out on any of the action by needing to return to camp to cook!!

Top Gear Scout 2018 is only open to all Registered Scouts & Guides and is run by 1st Wantirna Scout Group.

For more information, see: https://topgearscout.com

Beach Camp - Fri 9 to Mon 12 Mar

posted 5 Feb 2018, 03:17 by Andrew Yeaman   [ updated 14 Mar 2018, 03:37 ]


We are planning to spend the March long weekend at the beach - swimming, beach cricket, walking, sand castle comp, beach volleyball, and more.

We will be using Baden Powell Park Scout Group's beach hall as our base, and it backs onto the beach at Canadian Bay, Mt. Eliza. This hall has a stainless steel kitchen, and new bathrooms (with showers).

NB: This is a non-camping weekend - we will be sleeping in the hall.

Pricing has been confirmed, deposit paid, and the camp will go ahead.

Please fill the CareMonkey form in - even if you are unable to attend - by the due date.

Cost
$45 per scout for the weekend.

When
Depart from 1st Heatherdale: 7pm, Friday 9th March
Return to 1st Heatherdale: 4pm, Monday 12th March

Where
Williams Road Foreshore, Mount Eliza VIC 3930. Travel time approximately 40 minutes.

What to wear:
  • Uniform
  • covered shoes
What to bring:
  • Drink bottle
  • Wide-brimmed hat
  • Bathers
  • Sunscreen
  • Beach Towel
  • 2nd towel for shower
  • Water shoes (if you have them)
  • See full list on the web site



Cost: $45
Due: 1 Mar
Method: EFT
BSB: 033-061
A/C: 460167
Code: BEACH

Clean Up Australia Day - Sun 4 Mar

posted 5 Feb 2018, 03:13 by Andrew Yeaman   [ updated 6 Mar 2018, 03:02 ]


Where : Corner of Cochrane Street and Chasta Crescent, Mitcham

Meeting Point : Meet at the community noticeboard near the Scout Hall, Cochrane Street, Mitcham

Date : Sunday 4 March 2018 

Start time : 10:00 AM 

End time : 12:00 PM 

What to wear : Uniform and suitable walking shoes 

What to bring : Drink bottle and Hat 

Ice Blocking - Thu 1 March

posted 5 Feb 2018, 03:06 by Andrew Yeaman   [ updated 6 Mar 2018, 03:02 ]


For our program on Thursday 1st March we will be ice blocking at the basin opposite Heatherdale Reserve.

This is a great night of fun where you get to slide down a hill on an ice block! The only equipment needed is a block of ice, thick clothing and a bike helmet. An old towel (do not bring a good towel as it is likely to get quite stained), a hessian sack or even an old piece of carpet is recommended to sit on. The ice block needs to be big enough so that you can sit on it and thick enough that it does not break in half too easily. 

To make the ice block you need a plastic container. The size of the ice block you require will depend on the size of your Scout. A 4 litre ice cream container will make a small one. You can use a 15 litre activity box to make a larger block.  Fill with at least 10 cm of water and freeze for at least 2-3 days. You can add some reinforcing to the ice block by freezing something like an onion bag within the block (do not use metal!). You can also make a handle for your ice block by freezing a piece of rope into the block.

It is likely that you will become wet and dirty, so don't wear your best shorts/pants and runners! Don't forget your helmet.

So it is time to start making those ice blocks in order to be ready for the night. So get freezing!

We will start the night at the hall for parade and then head over to the basin for some ice blocking fun.

Things you need to know:
  • Start at 7pm at the Scout hall
  • Wear your uniform please (but wear old pants)
  • Bring your ice block/s
  • Bring a helmet - no helmet, no ice blocking!
  • You may want to bring a change of clothes - you can change at the basin
  • Pick up at 9pm at the hall as usual.

BioBlitz - Fri 16 to Sun 18 Feb

posted 5 Feb 2018, 02:59 by Andrew Yeaman   [ updated 21 Feb 2018, 01:27 ]


A Wildlife-Based Camp at Phillip Island with Snorkelling, Canoeing, Penguin Parade, Swimming, Wildlife Spotting, Koala Walk and more. This camp also has opportunities to complete parts of Environment Badge work.

Who: All Scouts/Venturers in the Whitehorse District
When: 16th-18th of February (Friday Night to Sunday Afternoon)
Where: Phillip Island
Cost: $125 (covers Transport, Activities, Food and Penguin Parade Tickets)
Contact/Book: Book at https://www.trybooking.com/TPQP
or contact Annette Cook at ajcook58@hotmail.com

NB: The maximum number of scouts is now fixed at 24 scouts (currently there is 17 booked).

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