The year is done! Hopefully everyone enjoyed it as much as the Tambo Joeys – this term we’ve gone kayaking, boating, hiking, had a sleepover, met the Mayor and so much more.
Merry Christmas to all, and see you in the new year.
Here’s a few photos from Term 3 with our Joeys (6-7 year olds). Some of the things we enjoyed were two campfires, a visit to the SES, and a weekend at the snow.
We’ve recently had four Joeys move up to Cubs so have a few places open for 6-7 year olds. Please let us know if you’ve got friends who are interested.
1st Tambourine Bay Sea Scouts launched its’ Joey Mob on 7th May. There has been great interest amongst younger siblings of Cubs and Scouts for some time.
Andrew Mosey, Joey Scout Leader, completed his training in record time and is joined by Assistant Joey Leaders Josie Crawford and Chris Crawford – who incidentally are not related!
The mob started with 12 young eager Joeys and is going from strength to strength, with interest spreading like a virus in the local community.
The program offers a mix of activities, games, craft, and lots of fun for our 6 and 7 year old Joeys.
Article by Maggie Burke
Tambo entered two Patrols this year in the popular annual Scout Hike. Ely, Eleanor, Mia, Maya, Adelaide, Rhys, Harry, Gabe and Luke were well prepared as they set off from Meadowbank Park on Friday Night.
The weather was unusually fine and mild this year and both Patrols reportedly had a great time. Congratulations to the Olympians who won a Silver Medal.
Some pictures from the weekend can be found here.
Big turnout from the Cubs and Scouts for the annual Lane Cove Anzac Day Commemoration Service in the Plaza. Some more photos can be found here.
A short overnight camp at the Tambo Hall to help Patrols prepare for Scout Hike. Lots of great learning:
So easy camping by the hall – camping gear all easily at hand, running water, and a toilet. Combine this with a movie and a night-hike. Perfect glamping right on the harbour!
More pics here.
At a ceremony conducted at Balmoral Beach this weekend at the end of this year’s Sirus Cup, our Cub Leader, Belinda, received her Woodbadge and Gilwell Scarf signifying her completion of the Advanced Level training for Leaders. Congratulations Belinda.