YOUNG SCOUTS PRAISED
Awards night hits Charleville
SCOUTS: The Charleville Scouts celebrated its youngest members on Saturday night, when 18 scouts were presented with awards, recognising achievement.
In front of a packed Scout Den, community leaders including Murweh Mayor, Annie Liston and councillors watched on as the presentation rolled on throughout the night.
Scouts and cubs were also awarded achievement badges which recognises practical achievement in recent group activities, which include outdoor adventure sports such as camping, hiking, exploring, canoeing, shooting and archery.
A number of boys were awarded the prestigious grey wolf badge which was a just reward for all their efforts last year.
Charleville Scouts is currently searching for group leaders who would like to work for the scouts this year.
Group leader Joe Tully said the scouts offered a level of adventure that was exciting to be a part of.
“Scouting is a rewarding, invigorating and fun pastime for our youth and the headline activity last year was abseiling from the Charleville water tower on two occasions.”
If anyone is interested in joining scouts, they can call Joe Tully on 0427 561 179.
❝ Scouting is a rewarding, invigorating and fun pastime for our youth...
ADVENTURERS: Scouts at the achievement awards on Saturday night.
Joe Tully shakes the hand of a proud cub.
Cub scouts wait outside the scout den.
Several scouts were awarded the prestigious grey wolf badge.