Parents, Guardians, Supporters and Youth
Each fall the Beaver Scouts, Cub Scouts, Scouts & Venturer Scouts generate the funds they need to run their programs from the sale of Scout Popcorn. As a result your youth have better Scouting experiences. We hope you will support your youth as they go about funding their Scouting programs through the sale of Scout Popcorn.An amazing 60% of the selling price of Scout Popcorn goes directly to funding Scouting in Canada.
How the program works
- Order your Scout Popcorn by completing a line on the youth’s Order Form
- Provide a cheque made out to ‘Scouts Canada’ (or cash) for the full amount of the order to the youth
- The youth returns the order form and money for processing to their section leader
- The youth pickup the popcorn for prompt delivery to customers
- Order forms must be returned to the section Scouter on or before your last meeting in October.
- Orders must be completed in the system before 8:00PM October 27th, 2018!
- Popcorn will be available for delivery to your Customers on November 17th, 2018
Discover what this year has in store for you!
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!