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Campfire’s Burning, Draw Near

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March 8, 2019

Since 2016, 23rd Elsie Roy Scout Group has been celebrating Founders Day/BP Day with an outdoor campfire. There’s nothing too special or unique about it, until you realize that it happens in Yaletown – part of the downtown area of Vancouver. The fire may be provided by a propane…


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The Power of Eleven

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November 10, 2018

On the 11th hour, of the 11th day, of the 11th month, a war that shaped and rocked our society came to an end. Every year we gather, listen to our history, reflect on those who died, and remember. As a Scouter, I’m passionate about taking time to remember…


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Scouter Robots

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June 15, 2018

Inspired by a kickstarter for Little Codr (http://littlecodr.com/), a card game that introduces young kids (ages 4+) to the basics of coding, our team at Elsie Roy was able to use the card game to build a team building program that was fun.

Here’s how it works:

Cubs in their…


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Founders Day

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February 22, 2018

A short 161 years ago in Paddington, UK – Lord Baden Powell entered the world. In his fiftieth year, Boy Scouts started, a worldwide organization that has helped, inspired, challenged, and I like to believe changed the lives of hundreds of thousands. I count myself lucky to be one…


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Lest We Forget

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November 10, 2016

After attending 2 of our local Remembrance Day Ceremonies, the youth concluded that they didn’t like it. They like the┬áconcept, but not the act of doing it. Why? They couldn’t hear anything or see anything. Being in a city, our services are packed. I’ve honestly never actually heard anything…

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