The NEW Entertainment Books are here!‏

Chairman - Parents - over 3 years ago (16 Jun 15) Entertainmentimage002

1st Forrestfield Scout Group are once again selling the Entertainment Books to raise funds for our group.

From every Entertainment™ Book and Entertainment™ Digital Membership we sell, $13 goes towards much needed equipment and fundraising efforts for our group! The more Memberships we sell, the more we raise – so please forward this email to your family and friends.

ORDER NOW at this website link:

https://www.entertainmentbook.com.au/orderbooks/9033×6

Entertainment Membership

The new Memberships are available now and packed with thousands of up to 50% off and 2-for-1 offers.

For just $65, you’ll receive over $20,000 worth of valuable offers.

Use just a few of these offers and you’ll more than cover the cost of your Membership!

Find out more about the great offers available at the link below.

http://www.entertainmentbook.com.au/about/Tell-me-More


Find Us on Facebook

Chairman - Parents - over 3 years ago (02 Jun 15) Fb_findusonfacebook-1024

1st Forrestfield Scout Group Facebook Page

This is a closed group for Leaders and Parents of Scouts, talk to one of the leaders to find out how to access the group.


Australian Scout Jamboree AJ2016 Sydney

Chairman - Scouts - almost 4 years ago (15 Mar 15) Aj2016a

The countdown to AJ2016 began late last year.

Scouts from Forrestfield will be attending this event in the first week of 2016. Depending on numbers from Forrestfield, we will join other Scout Troops from around the District or State, to form one Jamboree Troop. There is approximately 36 Scouts in each Troop and they are put into Patrols for the duration of this Event.

Scouts need to have achieved a level of competency with their Badgework which qualifies them for the Pioneer Badge. They must have slept at least 10 nights under canvas (in tents) prior to attending the Jamboree and 3 nights must be continuous for one event. This is all as Scouts at Scout events, not family trips or weekends away.

Their application needs to be endorsed and signed by the Forrestfield Scout Leader the submitted to the Scouts WA Contingent Leader for final approval.

A preparation camp or Shakedown Camp is compulsory for all Scouts attending the Jamboree. This will be in the last quarter of the year.

We will travel Sydney and Cataract Park where the Jamboree is held.

The cost for this event is to be in the order of $2,000 which includes the fee payable to Scouts WA, plus a cost for the Troop fee and spending money allowance. This gives you an idea of the funds needed. It is great value when you look at it as $170/day for the time we are away. This includes meals, accommodation, travel costs, Jamboree clothing and travel bag, fantastic activities and even concerts and entertainment at the event.

Scouts undertake activities at the Jamboree site and also attend activities in and around Sydney and local areas.

Checkout the Official Jamboree Website http://www.aj2016.com.au/ and register for the enews so you stay up to date with the developments as we get closer to January 2016.

In the coming weeks, we will be seeking registration of interest from Forrestfield Scouts as to who is planning to apply etc and who needs help with progression of badgework and camps etc. This will also help us as a Group plan for leader attendance, fundraising opportunities etc.

In the mean time, enjoy the promo video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vfMKe-QwNNw


2014 Term 2 Group Newsletter

Chairman - Parents - almost 4 years ago (15 Mar 15) Term22014newsletter

Hi everyone,
This newsletter is to showcase how busy and fun Forrestfield Scout Group is. Our Leaders are so fantastic that we are full in our Cubs and Scouts section but with plenty of spaces in our Venturers section. And we are still looking for a Joey Leader to complete the set.
Our Hall has hosted:
A District Cubs Leadership course and a sleepover before the Kalamunda ANZAC ceremony
A Japanese student visitor
A presentation of the Wood Badge to our fabulous Aroara
A memorable Linking ceremony involving a lot of water
A Medieval battle royale
We have also been fortunate to gain another Cub Leader AND a Rover who is willing to complete her Cub Leader training.
So yes we have been busy inside the Hall. Outside of the Hall, it has been even busier for all sections.

The attached newsletter has some great photos of all the wonderful things our Scout Group has been up to so far this year.


2013 Term 3 Group Newsletter

Chairman - Parents - about 5 years ago (15 Oct 13) Term_3_newsletter

Welcome back to Term 4 everyone!!

Please find attached the group newsletter for whats been happening in term 3 and whats coming up in term 4. Please take the time to read it to see what has/is happening in our scout group.

Looking forward to a great term 4 and if you have anything to add to the newsletter for next tome please email Quokka seanmichelle@westnet.com.au

Just some points to note:

Fund Raising – Chocolates

Could we please have any chocolate money owing returned within a couple of
weeks. We still have 7 boxes if anyone can help us out

Quiz Night

Don’t forget to block out Saturday 9th November 2013 for a fun quiz night. Donation of prizes most welcome. BYO table/chairs.

Christmas Party

Stay tuned for the Christmas party date.

Cubilee – Cub section

Saturday 2nd November 10am to 3pm
Ern Halliday Recreation camp
Whitfords Ave Hillarys $15 per person

Joey splash – Joey Section

Saturday 23rd November12.30 to 4.15 pm
Pelican Point, Crawley $10 per person

Mozzies! :(

Please be aware the mozzies are rampant around the hall!!!!