On Monday August 2nd, 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. Scarves were worn to school, work, mountains, avocado picking, surfing, and more!
Otago Gang Show ran during the school holidays from 13-17 July with a ‘Night of the Museum’ theme. 75 cast members performed in the show that was inspired by the movie Night at the Museum where museum displays come alive at night.
Last Saturday our Queen’s Scout Ceremony took place at Government House in Wellington. It has been a long wait for recipients as the ceremony had been postponed not once but twice due to changes in Alert Levels.
Rolling around only once every three years, March 20th marked National Cub Day. The theme of this year’s event was The Great Kiwi Adventure! Cubs across the country participated in Zone/Group events to celebrate being a Cub.
The 14th Tri-annual Staveley Adventure Camp opened on the 2nd January 2021 to the arrival of 329 Scouts, 54 Venturers and 109 leaders and staff who would camp together for the next seven days.