Cubs had a great night watching the Pearl Beach Rural Fire Service put out a simulated fire in our fire pit, learnt about fire safety, and got to spray the hose and sit in the fire truck. Thanks Pearl Beach Rural Fire Service! Thanks John for organising!
A big “thank you!” to our wonderful families who recently took part at BBQ activities at Bunnings Umina Beach. Both BBQs were a success and everyone had a wonderful time. Here are some of the wonderful faces from Saturday’s BBQ.
Joeys is all about focusing on fun , friendship, and a gentle introduction into the adventures and challenges within Scouting. Come along and learn more about being a Joey at the Broken Bay Scout Group Hall, 6 Carawa Street, Umina Beach. Wednesdays 5.00 to 6.00 pm (during school term) (at the far end of theContinue reading “Are you aged 6 to 8 years? Well jump into Joeys!”
Cubs had loads of spooky fun at its Halloween night! From the excitement of dress up… To loads of games… Including a doughnut eating competition… A fun night was had by all! Thank you to all who were involved!
Many thanks to all the people involved recently at the working bee at the Umina hall! Our Umina hall now has clear and paved access to the rear of the building. This is also of great assistance for those with mobility requirements and provides an alternative to the front access for all. A job very well done!
Broken Bay Scouts headed off by train in late May to join other region Scouts at the weekend Newcastle Region Rally to compete for the Billy Knight Shield. This adventure took the Scouts across various points (Newcastle Museum, Newcastle Cathedral, Nobby’s Beach and Wickham Park) using their own ingenuity, hiking, catching buses, followed by aContinue reading “Newcastle Region Rally”
“Angona” (left) and “Grandfather” (right) On Thursday 14th May, the Broken Bay Scout Group celebrated the remarkable achievement of 50 years of continuous service to Scouts by Alan Ford (“Angona”) and Edwin Lilley (“Grandfather”) with a good ol’ camp fire at the Umina Scout Hall. Cake and flame roasted marshmallows was enjoyed by all. ToContinue reading ““Angona” and “Grandfather” – 50 Years Continuous Service”
Have you given thought to helping others on their pathway to independence? Broken Bay Scouts offers this pathway through so many different ways whether it be fun nights out ten pin bowling, doing the occasional spot of camping, bush walks, caving, camp fire nights, badge activities…you name it, it’s pretty much on the list ofContinue reading “Interested in helping others on an adventure filled path to independence?”
Image courtesy of morgueFile/Chamomile (Note: Flowers not as pictured) Looking for the perfect gift for that special person in your life? Well look no further because we’ve got it covered. Flowers will be sold at Ettalong Scout Hall, Cnr Picnic Parade and Maitland Bay Drive, Ettalong: Saturday 9th May: until 4pm Sunday 10th May: 7.30Continue reading “Flowers – the perfect gift for Mothers’ Day!”
Hi Everyone Activities are now underway with the Broken Bay Scout Group! For your own personal adventure feel free to attend Joeys, Cubs, Scouts or Venturers. Scouts commenced the year attending the Corroboree from 14-18 January 2015 at Tocal College. A big thanks to Patch and Kotic who accompanied the group! It was a greatContinue reading “Your new adventure starts in 2015!”