SLC 2016

Dear Scouts,

Attached below is the name-list of Secondary 2 scouts who will be attending this years Scout Leadership Course:

  1. Dexter Yeo
  2. Eliot Snodgrass
  3. Evan Lee KC
  4. Evan Lee CY
  5. James Ong
  6. Murugesan Lokesh
  7. Matthew Koh
  8. Ren Jie
  9. Russell Goh
  10. Samuel Tan
  11. Adib
  12. Teoh Yann Kye
  13. Ng Chi-E
  14. Ezekiel Lim
  15. Francis Thoo
  16. Ashford Goh

The names mentioned above are to meet with Mr Andrew by Wednesday (21st September). The dates to take note of are as follows:

Pre- Camp Briefing:
Date: 22 October (Saturday)
Time: 1000-1200
Attire: Scout Uniform
Venue: To be confirmed

SLC Camp:
Date: 1-4 November (Tuesday to Friday)

Yours In Scouting,

Darren Wee

 

SARIMBUN CHALLENGE 2016

Dear Scouts,

Attached below is a circular for the upcoming Sarimbun Challenge. I strongly encourage the Secondary 2 scouts to indicate their interest in going for this event to Nathanael Beh. The final decision will be made with your interest in consideration.

These are the finalized participants of the Sarimbun Challenge:
1. Murugesan Lokesh
2. Christian Ang
3. Evan Lee Kian Chuan
4. James Ong
5. Chen Han Wei
6. Sia Zhong Qing

Circular: sarimbun-challenge-2016

Yours In Scouting,

Darren Wee

DOLPHIN PATROL REFLECTION FOR PROJECT SCUBILION

Dear Scouts,

Attached below are the images and reflection done by Dolphin Patrol on their Project Scubilion:

“For our patrol’s scubillion, we decided to help to raise awareness for people with muscular dystrophy. The scubilion was held over a duration of two days. The first day involved packing apples into small plastic bags, to be distributed at the CBD and Jurong the next day. Simply by packing the apples not only made us realise the difficulties these people may have faced just by doing the simplest things; let alone be packing apples. On the second day; we split into two groups- one headed to Jurong and the other to the CBD. At the CBD, the group was tasked to distribute the apples (for free) to the office workers around the vicinity. In the beginning, people were skeptical if they were free and some shunned us. However, it was heart warming to see some people coming up to us with notes asking how much did an apple cost. Each of us were assigned people affected with muscular dystrophy, some of which were children, and although socializing with them may have been awkward in the beginning, they showed no frustration and were very kind to the people around them. Overall, it was an eye-opening experience, and certainly bonded our patrol more than previously.”

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Yours In Scouting,

Darren Wee

 

RHINO PATROL REFLECTION FOR PROJECT SCUBILION

Dear Scouts,

Attached below is the reflection of Rhino Patrol’s Project Scubilion as well as a few photos from the event:

For our patrols scubillion, we visited the SJIJ cub scouts and spent some time with them, doing various activities with the cub scouts. We held games for the cub scouts to play and we managed to learn many things from this experience. We realised that it is not easy to organise things together especially if it is a big crowd. Apart from deciding what the games were and setting the fixtures, my patrol mates were also referees. It delighted us that the cub scouts were enthusiastic even though they can be rather uncooperative at times and we would like to express our sincere thanks to the Teachers in change of the scouts for giving us the chance to bond with the cub scouts. This experience has been an eye opener and we are Glad that we got to spend time with our fellow cub scouts.

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 Yours In Scouting,
Darren Wee

INFORMATION ON SCOUTS TILL EOY

Dear Scouts,

  1. There will be NO scouts training at all until the end of EOYs, and no meetings be it pioneering or unofficial training to take place.
  2.  All scouts taking part in this year’s CCA are also reminded to attend their SANA course.
  3. All level ICs are too settle all the NYAA booklets by the 14th of September.

Hence there will not be any more Friday or Saturday trainings until the end of your exams.

Yours In Scouting,

Darren Wee