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2015 ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING OF THE
20TH SHEFFIELD (ECCLESALL CHURCH) SCOUT GROUP
The Annual General Meeting will take place on Tuesday 6th October at 8.15pm in the Scout Room at Ecclesall.
This is expected to be a short formal meeting to approve the annual accounts, the nomination and appointment of the committee, and a brief report on the running of the Group from Group Scout Leader. There will also be a review of our sections activities during 2014-15.
Most leaders will be present and available to discuss the section programmes. Please show your support for the leaders who give up hundreds of hours to look after your children – they do appreciate the chance to meet and talk to parents, and will be pleased to answer your questions.
Ecclesall Scouts is run by a dedicated group of leaders supported by a committee of parent volunteers.
The Committee are looking for new members to help at group events such as the annual bonfire display and attend approx three group planning meetings each year. If you feel you are able to help and support the group in this way please make yourself known at the meeting or contact me by e-mail email@example.com
I look forward to seeing you all at the meeting.
Another weekend packed with fun, challenge and adventure held on the Chatsworth estate. The lads and dads took part in a cycling challenge, a rugby challenge, non stop cricket, built ballistas, built a large camp fire, air rifle shooting, peg and wine bottle challenges and so much more.
The highlight for many on Saturday night was watching the England Wales Rugby match on a large screen sat around the camp fire!
And a big thank you to all the leaders who made the weekend possible – and the the family of Fred May (Former Group Chairman) whose legacy was spent on a new gate into the field.
For more photos, visit the GALLERY
All parents, apart from those of members who joined the Group this month, should have received an email from the Membership Secretary about subs payments and our new BACS payment system. If you have not received it then please check your junk mail first and then email me: firstname.lastname@example.org
The deadline for subs payments is 26 September.
What a fantastic night and what a fantastic effort. We made impromptu stretchers, rescued the casualties (though at least one suffered severe neck injuries during the evacuation!) and evacuated them to safety in an arduous trek through Burbage valley.
In addition, the boys have raised an amazing £343.90 + Gift Aid for Shelterbox and their work helping the people in Nepal. You can see the work Shelterbox are doing on their news page here.
The JustGiving site is still open for anyone still wanting to donate.
Don’t forget the group is also holding a car wash on Saturday 13th (details on the previous post), head down to help or get your car washed
We’re sure that you’re aware of the earthquakes and resultant humanitarian disaster from the images and reports in the media. Hundreds of thousands of people are now homeless with entire villages destroyed and a risk of further fatalities is high with shelter, food and clean water key priorities.
Our Beaver Scouts are taking part in a fundraising activity on Thursday May 21st to raise funds for Shelterbox.
Shelterbox provides emergency shelter and vital supplies to support communities around the world overwhelmed by disaster and humanitarian crisis.
So far, more than 2,600 shelter kits and almost 500 UN specification tents have been distributed by Shelterbox to families in a variety of areas including the capital of Kathmandu, and the districts of Dhading and Sindhupalchok. Each tent will provide vital shelter for a family whose home has been destroyed, while shelter kits contain the vital items to enable families to create temporary shelters and start repairing their damaged homes.
Our Beaver Scouts have sponsor forms and a JustGiving site has been created for anyone wishing to donate to this worthy cause.
Assistant Beaver Scout Leader
Unfortunately tonight’s cubs has had to be cancelled, due to the fact I went and got married this weekend, and I am not going to be back in time!
Please can you pass this message on to anyone who might not see this!
Normal service will resume next monday!
I hope you all understand.