Happy Founder’s Day!!!
peek at what the Dragons had on 22 Feb 2011 to celebrate our Founder’s Day in GESS!
In addition, view the video below for the well wishes from the Dragons!
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Found a short and interesting documentary on the story of our founder. Enjoy the video.
Year 2009 had past and 2010 begins. Have you fulfilled your resolutions for 2009? What are your resolutions for 2010? If you don’t mind, you can share them in the comments.
On behalf of the Group, I would like to wish everyone a Happy New Year 2010. Found an interesting New Year fireworks, made using dominoes. Enjoy!
Merry Christmas to everyone!
Christmas is celebrated by many, including non-Christians. It is a time for family and friends to gather and meet and gift exchanges are usually one of the highlights. More on
Christmas on Wikipedia.
On behalf of the Group, I would like to wish everyone a Merry Christmas. Enjoy the following Indian style 12 days of Christmas, performed by animated popstar, Boymongoose and Indian boyband.
The following video is a follow-up video to my previous post. While this video has no “scouty” elements to it, I thought this video was done very well and it has a similar genre as the previous video (see
Invest in Scouting = Change the World).
What do you think?
Ever went for those motivation talks or videos in school/work? I am sure most of you have, but what about scouting motivation talks or videos? Well, the following is a high-impact video dramatizes the core values and character-building adventure of scouting that was produced by the Boy Scouts of America.
Remember those “priceless” Mastercard commercials? Here is a video on “priceless” scouting.
Today, I have created a new section called “
Scouty Videos” under our Resources area. This will collate all the scouting related videos that have been posted recently and moving forward. Do have a look!
Did you know the Scout Law is different in different countries? Do you know how many Scout Laws were there in the first Scouting for Boys?
Answer: There were actually 9 Scout Laws which were as follows:
A Scout’s honour is to be trusted.
A Scout is loyal.
A Scout’s duty is to be useful and to help others.
A Scout is a friend to all, and a brother to every other Scout, no matter to what social class the other belongs.
A Scout is courteous.
A Scout is a friend to animals.
A Scout obeys orders.
A Scout smiles and whistles.
A Scout is thrifty.
Over time and countries, these Scout Laws were modified for each country’s usage. A comprehensive source of information on all the
Scout Law of the various countries can be found at Wikipedia.
Also, enjoy some commercials produced by the Boy Scouts of America (BSA for short) that were found on YouTube.