2020 Beaver Scout First Meeting of the Year
Dundas Driving Park - September 23, 2020 The Colony began this Scouting year with a meeting at the Dundas Driving Park. The Beavers created Beaver Buckets at the Driving Park and played some games. These buckets will be used during each meeting going forward to help with creating proper procedures for the safety of the Beavers.
2020 Virtual End Of Year Camp
Dundas, Ontario - June 5-6, 2020 As we have for the last few years, 6th Dundas wrapped up the year with an All-Section Camp – this time in a virtual environment. Youth were invited to Camp at Home with their families and then check in on a Zoom call for activities at points over the weekend. Activities included scavenger hunts, a “poop identification” game, and Hug A Tree training. The weekend wrapped up with an online campfire hosted by the Canoe Camp team in place of the camp normally held…
2021 Beaver Scout North Star Award Projects
The White Tails of 6th Dundas create a community service project every spring which completes their North Star Award. The White Tails plan, organize and execute their project. This year’s project will vary from previous years, due to the current Covid restrictions, in which every beaver who participates must do their part with their own family. Instead of one larger project, the White Tails have decided on completing small tasks to reach their goal of helping their community. Beavers are to…
2021 Warplane Museum Virtual Field Trip
Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum - January 18, 2021 6th Dundas has been fortunate to take part in a number of visits to the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum over the years. This year, the CWHM came to us, with a very special virtual meeting on January 18th. Scouts interacted with a CWHM educator to explore topics such as Properties of Air, Theory of Flight, Aircraft Construction, and World War II Canadian History.
Canoeing: The Basics!. Brief History Canoes were developed over the course of thousands of years by the native people of America. The word canoe originated. - ppt download
Types of Canoes: 1. WOOD/CANVAS: Wooden frame with canvas wrapped around the frame. Disadvantages: = fragile, maintenance required (varnish), expensive. Advantage: = beauty, smooth riding.
2020 Beaver Scout Investiture Night / Salmon Run
Dundas, Ontario - October 21, 2020 This week was the Colony's annual investiture ceremony. We started by viewing and discussing the spawning Atlantic Salmon in the creek before walking over to the public square for our ceremony.
2020 Venturer Scout Chief Scout's Award Presentation
Dundas Driving Park - October 15, 2020 This week the Venturer Scouts did a clean-up of the Driving Park, did some more expedition planning, and new Venturer Scout Ben was awarded his Chief Scout's Award!
2020 Scouts Investiture Night
Dundas Driving Park - October 15, 2020 The Troop held their annual investiture this week - welcoming two new Scouts into the Troop and investing the new PL / APL for the Eagle Patrol. The Scouts also took some time to do a litter pick-up through the Driving Park.