Breanna Shumack

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Children and adolescents require more than intellectual growth and physical health to become happy, successful adults. They also need to develop the social skills necessary for positive relationships with others. The importance of quality childhood friendships for well-being both during childhood and later in life has been established, and Scout programs specifically focus on fostering

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Your first time camping with Scouts can be a little scary, especially if you are inexperienced. Luckily for you, you’re part of an organisation that specialises in teaching you how to camp and how to have the best experience possible while doing it. Here’s what you can expect during an adventurous Scouts camp: Orienteering Get

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You are guaranteed to spend a lot of your Scouting experience outdoors and in the fresh air. Whether that be doing epic adventurous activities or simply sitting around a campfire with your Scouts friends. However, spending time in green space or bringing nature into your life can benefit both your mental and physical wellbeing.  

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With over 18,000 youth and adult members from various cultural and religious backgrounds and with varying abilities, Scouts NSW is one of the largest and most successful youth organisations in the state.   Here are 5 reasons why YOU should join Scouts: Lifelong Learning  People need to learn all through their lives. We live in

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Scouting is Fun Scouting is fun, and it also prepares young people for life in the adult world by teaching responsibility for their own actions and progress. These achievements lay a solid foundation for the success of our future Australian leaders. But don’t tell the kids they’re learning … they think they’re just having fun!