SandMoot 2016 - Rover Scouts giving service (Australia)

SandMoot is an annual event in Western Australia for Rover Scouts, where Rovers camp on the beach over a long weekend, explore a range of local locations, and give a range of service to different places in town.

This year, the Rover Scouts were divided into three teams - one group did service at the local RSL (Retired Servicemens League) Hall where they did some restoration work; another group went to the Community Garden, where they pruned and fixed in areas that were falling apart; and the final group traveled to the Local Scout Hall and Guide Hall.

The Scout Hall was given a fresh coat of paint inside and outside, with the Guide Hall next door getting a fresh coat of paint outside - which was greatly appreciated by the local Scout Group Leader. Over 70 Rovers took part in this, from Crews around the state.

By being involved with the community, a number of Rovers were able to become Messengers of Peace.

Portrait de RSP
by RSP
from Australia, il y a 3 années

Project Period

Started On
Saturday, March 12, 2016
Ended On
Saturday, March 12, 2016

Nombre de participants

72

Heures de service

210

Topics

Youth Programme
Better World Framework
Youth Engagement

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