Triwood Scouts – April

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In the month of February, Triwood Scouts have done many activities and accomplished many tasks. From practicing knots and badge trading to skiing 12 kilometres, Triwood scouts have had a blast. A highlight of the month was our annual cross-country ski trip up to Lake O’Hara. This camp is physically demanding, requiring some practice skis at confederation golf course and pack checks. The scouts that did attend skied 12km up to the Elizabeth Parker hut and skied and snowshoed around the next day. 4 scouts were even awarded their chief scout award badge, including myself, Dylan, Phillip and Loïc. Smiles and laughs spread around on the way back with a great sense of accomplishment on this extraordinary adventure. Some other activities we have been up to was broomball and a mini-sticks hockey night. Triwood scouts also supported anti bullying on Pink shirt day. We have begun the planning for our next camp, Quinzhee camp!

Brooklyn Rhead

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