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What's up with Beaver Scouts ...
After a suspension of of our Scouting activities from March 2020, we have resumed limited activities for fall 2020 and winter 2021. At this point, meetings are a mix of virtual and in-person (outdoors). Planning is week-to-week.
.● (in normal times) Beaver Scout Colony's Monday meetings run September to April, typically at St Aidan's Church (enter southeast door, and go down stairs)
● Regular Monday meeting time is 6:15 to 7:15 p.m., typically at St. Aidan's
● St. Aidan’s is at the corner of Campbell Street and Kingsway (River Heights)
In addition to Beaver Scout events, please mark your calendar for the following special events (for the whole of the 67th Winnipeg Scout Group).
May 2021 (date TBD): 67th Winnipeg Group Committee meeting
6:30pm – 8:00pm on Zoom. Meeting information will be provided to parents and group members via email.
Every family member and registered member of our Group has an opportunity to provide direction on group management and administration. This is where decisions are made that affect your Scout group! Agenda to follow. All Scouters and parents are requested to attend (from the comfort of their own homes).
What is Beaver Scouts ...
Fun and friendship are the cornerstones of the Beaver Scout program. Through adventurous outdoor activities, creative play, music and cooperative games, Beaver Scouts enjoy time with current friends and make new ones. With their motto of "Sharing, Sharing, Sharing," Beaver Scouts learn how to get along with a group, and develop the confidence to be themselves.
E-mail us at 67thWpg@gmail.com for a complete schedule of Beaver Scout activities.
Beaver Scouts meet in a group called a "colony." The colony is split into smaller groups called "lodges." There is one leader for every five Beaver Scouts.
Beaver Scouts share many indoor and outdoor adventures with their friends in the Colony. Nature walks, short hikes, tree planting, and family sleepovers give Beaver Scouts a taste of outdoor fun. Through these activities, Beaver Scouts develop an appreciation and a sense of caring for the environment.
Beaver Scouts are a vital part of the community, country, and world in which they live. Visits to museums and other community places thrill young Beaver Scouts and illustrate the many important facets of their community.
Other Beaver Scout activities include crafts, skits and, of course, the Beaver Buggy Rally - an annual car-craft build and race.
You also get to learn a lot about the outdoors, life skills and about Canada and the world ... and have a lot of fun!
A Beaver Scout is a boy or a girl, usually 5 to 7 years of age, participating in the worldwide Scouting movement for young persons.
Program year begins in September, but youth registration and adult leader volunteers accepted any time of the year.
See 67th Winnipeg Scout Group home page for information on fees.
Weekly dues and uniform are extra.
Some fees are also applied to camps and other special outings.
Information subject to change.