Up and Coming Events

ANZAC Day
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We are going to attempt our Adventure Camp again this term on the weekend of the 28th and 29th of May as the weather interrupted our attempt in term 1. This camp will have the Cubs cooking their own dinner, sleeping under the stars and enjoying a range of awesome activities.

Scout District Camp
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The Fort Lytton Olympic Committee would like to personally invite you and your Patrol to this year’s District Olympic Wide Games and Scout Camp.

The camp will be held at Karingal on the May long weekend

Friday 29th April To Monday 2nd May 2022

You will receive most of the information about the camp from your Scout Leaders, with more detail coming in the coming weeks.

Apart from the many competition aspects of the camp, this year we will be incorporating a Wide Game into the program and will be joined by the Redlands District Olympic Committee. This is intended to test your scouting skills, but most importantly to increase the level of FUN over the weekend.

This year we have given the camp a theme:

Karingal Olympics “Scout’s In Sport”

With the Olympics still fresh in our heads, now is the time to get training and ready for the next Olympic Games. What Sport is your Patrol good at? Could you be the next world Champions?

Select an

• Olympic Country to Represent 

• Olympic Team Sport to Represent your Country

Your Scout Leader may help you with some Countries and Team Sports, but I am sure you can think of a few ideas. Discuss this with your Scout Leader.

Once your Country/Team Sport has been agreed upon and confirmed with the “Fort Lytton Olympic Committee” you will need to get down to some research and planning.

During the camp, you will be expected to:

• Dress in what you feel best suits your country/Team Sport

o This could be a national costume or traditional dress or Sports Clothing

o You are also expected to wear the clothing for the competition meal on Saturday night – So try and keep it clean! (Home/Away Kit?)

• Fly a flag representing your Country on your campsite. This should be designed and made by your Patrol prior to the camp.

• Theme your campsite to your Country, and erect a camp gateway identifying your Country/Team Sport

• Theme your meal to your Country, have fun with it! This could be as simple as giving your meal a name

• During the wide game and on parades, carry a staff flying a pennant bearing the name of your Country and Team Sport.

o Pennant should be at least 30cm wide and 20cm high and Legible

• Be able to discuss your Country and Team Sport, you never know you may come across another Team or Country that may question your Sport/Country

• There will be extra points for selecting a unique Country and/or Team Sport

Cubs Adventure Camp
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We are going to attempt our Adventure Camp again this term on the weekend of the 28th and 29th of May as the weather interrupted our attempt in term 1. This camp will have the Cubs cooking their own dinner, sleeping under the stars and enjoying a range of awesome activities.