Happy birthday Cubs! Though we have been partying hard all year, today is the day to truly celebrate 100 years of Cub Scouts.
What’s on today
Cubs will be everywhere today! Don’t miss us on national breakfast TV and on Facebook Live with Reuters at 8.35am. We are in the Telegraph this morning, and then this afternoon on BBC Newsround. It’s a jam-packed day in the lead up to the big event tonight.
What’s on tonight
At 19.16, we’re asking all our members, both young people and adults, to renew their Promise. Make sure you share your Promise Party photos with the Movement by tagging them with #Cubs100 on social media, and sign up to Thunderclap to help broadcast our message worldwide. Using this Twibbon on your social media profile photo is a fun way to show your support.
Essex International Jamboree – the largest ever joint Scout and Guide camp in the UK – has become even larger! We are giving a Junior Jam opportunity for Cubs, Brownies, Beavers and Rainbows.
Junior Jam has been created especially for our younger sections, who are warmly invited to enjoy a full day of Jamboree experiences with their friends and leaders. Just choose whether you would like to come along on either Sunday 31st July or Monday 1st August.
For just £20, all the young people will receive their own scarf and badge before joining in the EIJ Experience Trail. They will then enjoy a full day of exciting activities. These activities include climbing, abseiling, bouncy castles, low ropes, crystal maze, crafts and many more.
Please note: Junior Jam is for groups (Cubs, Brownies, Beavers and Rainbows) with their leaders to do a structured day of activities, not the opportunity to go and meet up with groups that are at EIJ. No bookings for individuals will be taken. Your booking will only be secured on receipt of full payment and accompanied by your reference number which will be sent to you on receipt of initial booking form
Back in July, 3rd Prittlewell Cubs and Beaver scouts participated in a charity 10p fair held in the main hall at St Peter’s Church. Children were able to spend their pennies on a number of stalls ranging from Chocolate Tombola, “Bat the Rat”, Teddy Hoopla and Tin Can Ally. A grand sum of £78.30 was raised in less than two hours and this week, Assistant Beaver Scout Leader Sharon Butler went shopping to purchase as much food as she could with the funds raised. Steve Daley of the Southchurch based Foodbank attended Beavers last Monday and was presented with the food donation.
Steve said “On behalf of the Foodbank, I must thank you all for your generosity. So many local people are in need and hungry and this will go a long way in helping them”
Congratulations to the Beavers and Cubs of 3rd Prittlewell raising so much towards a very worthy cause.
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