Danielle Ives of 250th Manchester (St. Mary’s) Cub pack was presented with her wood beads following successful completion of the adult training programme. Andrew Morton, District Commissioner, was on hand to present them in front of Cubs and leaders on Thursday 27th February 2020. Akela Danielle was lost for words but quite rightly proud of herself. Andy said it was pleasure to award Danielle her wood beads after all her hard work.
Julieanne Kay our ADCWS has spent an evening trying to get our oldies Gill ADCC, Ken LTM and our very oldie oldie Alan DAFT, trained in this wonderful new world of new technology so we can put news and posts on our great NT web site. It may be a bit iffi to start with but hopefully it will get better as the oldies get dragged into this new world of communications. Apparently after all the training Julieanne says we haved passed the training ok, problem is by tomorrow the oldies may have forgot it all, but we live in hope. If you have any ideas of what you would like to see please contact us here
In this year of Olympics and Euro2020 we will be having an international theme for the cooking competition. The challenge will be to create a two-course meal consisting of a main and a dessert from a country of your choice.
As always points will be given for a creative menu, complex skill levels, hygiene, value for money, presentation and teamwork.
Each pack can enter one team of up to 5 members. There is a spending limit of £10 per team. Seasonings and ingredients that need only a pinch or a teaspoon will not be counted in this total. Please see the separate sheet for average costs for many common ingredients.
The meals should be cooked on camp cookers using gas. You will need to provide all of your own equipment. Please see one of the district leaders if you need to borrow any cookers and we will try to help out.
Date: Sunday 29th March 2020
Venue – 2/1st Hurst HQ
Times: 10am to set up
10:30am competition starts
12:30 competition ends
Judges will announce the winning team when the hall is clean and tidy.
Check us out in Tameside Reporter when we visited Adventure One at Greenside Mill in Droylsden. The venue offers a wide range of activities from shooting skills and archery to climbing which really enjoyed!
On Thursday evening the 250 th Manchester Cub Pack held their last meeting of 2019 at their headquarters on Ellen Street, Droylsden. During the evening, Andrew Morton, the District Commissioner, presented the Cubs with lots of Activity Award Badges. Badges included the Entertainer, Nights Away, 1 and 2, gardener, Swimmer stage 1, Community Impact Awareness, Joining in, Road Safety, Home Help and Local Knowledge.
Andrew also invested four new Cub Scouts into the Pack.
Two Cub Scouts were awarded the Chief Scout Silver Award, which is the
highest award that a Cub Scout can achieve while in the Cub Scout Section,
before moving onto the Scout Section. They also had to complete a number of Challenge Awards to achieve the Silver Award, these included Disability
Awareness Challenge, Skills Challenge, Outdoor Challenge, Personal Challenge, Teamwork Challenge.
The two Cubs Amber and Cassidy said they enjoyed completing the awards and learned many skills that helped them to enjoy life.
Danielle Ives, the Cub Scout Leader, said she was very proud of all the work
they had done over the past year. Andrew said the achievements of the Cubs reflected well on the Leaders and Parents, who encouraged the Cubs to achieve such high standards.