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Scouts have fun youth-led adventures discovering new things and experiences they wouldn’t discover elsewhere. It’s the perfect place for kids to be kids, immersed in nature while developing leadership and critical thinking skills. Along the way, they develop into capable, confident individuals, better prepared for success in the world.
Scouts builds leaders and enables youth to lead their own path toward creating a better world. Through Youth-led programming, Scouts help youth to discover the best in themselves, taking on new challenges and experiencing new things they wouldn’t elsewhere. And Scouts allows youth to make meaningful contributions to creating a better world as an active member of the community. From food and clothing drives to park cleanups and maintenance, Scouts encourages kids to give back as youth and adults.
The Winners of the Bike Rodeo prizes
Bike and helmet – Jayne Foster (Bother is a Cub Scout)
Bike and helmet – Oliver Stewart (Cub Scout)
Helmet – Robbie Cooper (Brother is a Cub Scout)
T-Shirts – Liam Blackall (Cub Scout), Ethan Kopp, Mirynn Fox, Caiden Blackall (Cub Scout), Riley Spinks, Finn Cooper (Cub Scout), and Seryn Paul.
A special thanks to Tk’emlúps te Secwepemc for their Support of this Event
The 1st Couteau Venturer Scouts
hosted an Area Bike Rodeo at the Tk’emlups Pow Wow Grounds on April 14th, 2018
. They invited all the Beaver Scouts, Cub Scouts, Scouts, and Girl Guides to drop by with their bike, helmet and parent or guardian anytime between the hours of 10:00 am
and 1:00 pm.
This was a fun event to help start the biking season off with safety and enjoyment.
Special Guests included
• Kamloops Brain Injury Association – importance of properly fitted helmets
• CN Rail Police – importance of bike safety at railroad crossings
• RCMP – Importance of following the rules of the road
Bonus: Help with 529 Garage App & Rollover Simulation!
Congratulations to Jeremy Dahl and Rob Beesley from Kamloops upon being awarded the Queen’s Venturer Award. The award was presented to them in Victoria on April 21, 2018 at Government House by the Her Honour Judith Guichon.
Jeremy and Rob spent Friday night at the Victoria Marriott Inner Harbour Hotel where they participated activities with other Queen’s Venturer Award recipients from across BC, such as going on a scavenger hunt in downtown Victoria. On Saturday they attended a formal lunch before being transported to Government House for the official Queen’s Venturer Award Ceremony. Scouter Kevin Beesley was in attendance to represent the Scouters from 1st Couteau Scout Group who have supported Jeremy and Rob on their quest to achieve the Queen’s Venturer Award. After the award ceremony and pictures they were able to mix and mingle with Her Honour Judith Guichon, the Board of Governors and other dignitaries. It was a very exciting day and everyone in the Couteau Venturer Company would like to congratulate Jeremy and Rob on this great accomplishment.
The Queen’s Venturer Award is presented to Venturers who have acquired competence and skills that will be of considerable use to themselves, their company and their community. These Venturers will have also been recognized by the Company, their Advisors, and Scouts Canada as being worthy of receiving this award. The Award signifies that a Venturer has, in the opinion of those who know the Venturer, both the character and ability to be of significant help to other people.