Over the last weekend five of our intrepid Scouts packed their rucksacks and went on a district run hike with hundred of other scouts from Melbourne. They bussed up to Tallarook National Park and participated in the annual Scout Hike, this year themed “Horrible Histories”. The aim is to hike to each of the 24 […]
Hannah Bloom was invested into cubs last night. We’d like to welcome Hannah into our community and hope she has an amazing time earning badges and enjoying all that Scouting has to offer. Welcome Hannah and her parents Laney and Stephen to the 10th Caulfield community.
Two of our leaders received Volunteer Recognition awards last night at the Glen Eira City Council’s Volunteer Recognition Program Ceremony. Gary Brand received a Certificate of Appreciation for his 30+ years of service to Scouting. In reality Gary is into his 37th year of service!! Which is still a number I have trouble really comprehending! […]
We’d like to congratulate James Silver on his next chapter in Scouting. On ANZAC day, just after the dawn service Robert Hain our Venturer leader held a short ceremony to mark James moving up from Scouts to Venturers. James has been an invaluable Patrol Leader in the Scout section and we know he will become an integral […]
Levi join’s 10th Caulfield tonight after making his Cub Scout promise and reciting the Cub Scout law in front of the whole Pack. We welcome Levi and his family into the 10th Caulfield community and hope he has a fantastic Scouting life. For those not familiar with the promise and law, here it is: The Cub Scout […]
It’s with vicarious pride that I celebrate achievements like the one that happened this week. Tristan Cliff completed his basic training as a Scout leader. Meaning he moves from being classed as a trainee to a fully fledged Assistant Scout Leader (ASL). Scouts Australia provide a brilliant array of online and face to face training programs to […]
Every year we attend the City of Glen Eira Anzac Day Commemorative Service. We participate in a service run by the City of Glen Eira by escorting members of the Returned Services League (RSL) and lay a wreath at the Cenotaph.
10th Caulfield and 1st McKinnon Scouts slept overnight in the hall and rose at 4am. We jumped on a tram and joined with 15th Brighton Scouts and 28th Glen Eira Venturers at the Shrine of Remembrance for the dawn service. It rained but that just added to the pre-dawn atmosphere as we listened to memories and […]