Category: Cubs

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Erecting tents

One night the Cubs setup the tents for camp. The Cubs were in the hall so we couldn’t put pegs in because of the wooden floor.

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Farewell egyptian style?

Four of our cubs, Alexander, Lachlan, Harrison and Hunter, bid farewell to us and officially moved up to scouts tonight. It seems that we needed to protect them from any harm that might happen to them...

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Robots, First Aid and Apples

Akela was still recovering but Kaa came back for a visit to help out. Lachlan brought along his amazing robot, we learnt some important first aid skills and finished off with an apple bob.

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Father’s Day Bike Ride

It turned out to be a lovely night for a bike ride around the foreshore from Eleebana to Speers Point and back. Thanks to all the Dads who came (and to Lachie’s Granddad) as...

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Into the sandhills

We hiked into the sand hills to cook sandwiches on fires. The bush regeneration work has covered the little track that we normally use though so we had to choose a new spot. Closing...

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Cub Centenary Camp

What an amazing camp we had in Sydney over the weekend. We stayed in Clovelly Scout Hall and on Saturday we caught the bus to Central Station, caught the train to Milson’s Point and...

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Toasting under the Southern Cross

We learnt two ways to find south using the Southern Cross, in case we break or lose our compass and no one has a working maps app on their phone. The full description is...

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Skateboards, Fish and Fire

What a great game! A skateboard (on your belly) relay to gather ping-pong balls… but we’ll have to make it harder as the teams all ended up even at the end. Heather then showed...

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Cubs Centenary Fun Day

What a great day in the sun. I learnt a lot today : 13 Cubs have a great deal of pulling power. Horses have more. You can never carry too much water. We need...

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The Greek Night that wasn’t

Sadly it wasn’t to be. Our thoughts go to the Pandoulis family (particularly Mrs Pandoulis) having lost an Uncle in the last few days. We’re very sorry for your loss. Understandably, Mrs Pandoulis wasn’t...