On Tuesday August 1st, Scouts all over the country participated in Scout Scarf Day. Scarf Day is an annual event where Scouts get to show their Scout pride and increase the public’s awareness of Scouting.
Usually held to coincide with Founder’s Day weekend, mudslides are hosted by Groups and Zones across the country. They are a great day for the whole family and a chance for the public to come along and see what Scouts is all about.
Every year on 22 February we recognise the birthday of our Founder, Lord Baden-Powell, as well as celebrate the lasting legacy of the Scout Movement. For over 100 years, young people have been taught life and leadership skills to improve their local communities and create a better world!
The Greater Christchurch sub-territory held its annual Kon Tiki Raft Race over the weekend. 12 teams of 4-8 Scouts competed against each other to take home the coveted trophy.