Cub Scouts cel­e­brate their cen­te­nary at ad­ven­ture camp

Rutherglen Reformer - - News -

Al­most 90 Cub Scouts from the South East District at­tended the Cen­te­nary Ad­ven­ture Camp over last month.

They joined in with more than 880 Cub Scouts from the Clyde Re­gion to cel­e­brate the Cubs 100th birth­day year.

Dur­ing the week­end the boys and girls, aged be­tween eight and 11, joined in a mas­sive range of out­door ac­tiv­i­ties and chal­lenges and re­turned full of fas­ci­nat­ing sto­ries to their fam­i­lies.

At the camp fire on the Satur­day night the whole camp site, plus lead­ers and the camp site staff, en­joyed a rous­ing round of songs and joined in the Run­ning Man Chal­lenge - chal­leng­ing Scouts Scot­land and the Guides and Boys’Bri­gade to beat their at­tempt.

The ad­ven­ture camp is one of the many ac­tiv­i­ties ar­ranged by the vol­un­teer lead­ers over this year, which will cul­mi­nate in the Kings Theatre be­ing taken over by the Cub sec­tion in De­cem­ber to re­new their prom­ise and en­joy the Panto.

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