Events and Announcements
SEE WHAT WE’VE BEEN UP TO, AND WHAT’S COMING UP AHEAD!
Cubs from all over the area are invited to attend the June Cubaree! This two-night camp will celebrate 100 years of Scouting in Canada.
Click the link below for more information.
Scouts will participate in a series of challenges over the course of the night!
Help out your local Scouts and get a head start on your spring cleaning by bringing your empties to the Maxville Scouts spring bottle drive. We’ll be set up in the Maxville Scotiabank parking lot from 10am until 2pm to collect all of your wine, beer and spirits containers. We’re also accepting any aluminum cans, donations, and friendly hello’s. Hope to see you there.
Help Support Youth Adventure at our 4th Annual Spaghetti Dinner.
January 23, 2016
Maxville Sports Arena
4:30 pm – 7:00 pm
Children $ 5
Under 5 yrs Free
A big thank you to Kaitlin Brethour for her visit this month to speak to our Scouts and Cubs about living with disability. Her candour and humour gave us great insight into the challenges faced by those with differing abilities.
While showing us some of the everyday tools and technology that she uses to facilitate everyday activities, Kaitlin also inspired us with some of her accomplishments, including discussing her University degrees.
Come visit 1st Maxville Scouting at the Maxville Home Hardware on Saturday, October 24 for Apple Day! Our youth will also be collecting cans and bottles for our bottle drive, so come drop off your empty bottles and pop cans!
Hikes, hands on activities, and weekend camps are just a few of the fun outdoor adventures that Cub Scouts enjoy. Cub Scouts are encouraged to try new and more challenging activities. Learning important first aid skills, skiing or snowshoeing for the first time, or leading a game at camp will open the door for Cubs to try other adventures they never thought possible.
Along the way, Cub Scouts learn how to take care of themselves and work as a team – and most importantly have a lot of fun! Cub Scouts is manipulated from Rudyard Kipling’s “The Jungle Book” – so many leaders names come from this, as well as many ceremonies and games. In Maxville we have an Akela, a Mang, an IKKI a Baloo and a Chil. Cub Scouts form a large Pack from which they are formed into smaller groups called “Lairs”, which used to be “Sixes”. Within each Lair there are leadership roles and Cub Scouts really start to develop their leadership skills.
In Maxville, we are also working towards synchronizing with the Canadian Path system, so some aspects of our program will be changing their name.
The Cub Scout program focuses on six activity areas:
Environment & Outdoors, Leadership, Active & Healthy Living, Citizenship, Creative Expression and Beliefs & Values.
- Music, storytelling, and play-acting
- Games and sports
- Water activities like canoeing and kayaking
- Hikes, weekend camps and outdoor activities
Cub Scout Promise:
I promise to do my best, to love and serve God, to do my duty to the Queen, to keep the law of the Wolf Cub Pack, and to do a good turn for somebody every day.
Cub Scout Law:
The Cub respects the Old Wolf, the Cub respects himself/ herself.
Cub Scout Motto:
Do you best!
Cubs are expected to have the grey uniform for weekly meetings and camp ceremonies. They will be given their necker upon investment into the 1st Maxville Pack (once they learn their Cub Motto, Promise, and Law). They will also be given their Cub woggle at this point and be designated a lair. During their Investiture Ceremony they will also be given the Voyageur Council crest, the Odawa Area crest, and the Maxville Group crest. The link below is provided to show where they go on their uniform.
We are always collecting photos from our events, fundraisers, and camps. Gallery albums are updated regularly. Come see the new albums posted for Summer Camp, June All-Section Area Camp, and the Year-End Swim Up/Going Up Ceremony.
1st Maxville Scouts and Cubs are invited to attend a week of wilderness at Tamaracouta Scout Reserve, in Mille Isles, Quebec. Each fun-filled day includes new outdoor adventures, group activities, and opportunities to form new friendships.
Drop off: Saturday, July 18 1 p.m.
Pick Up: Saturday, July 25 11:00 a.m.
Where: Tamaracouta Scout Reserve
499 Chemin Tamaracouta
Mille Isles, QC J0R 1A0
Every spring thousands of Beavers, Cubs and Scouts learn about conservation and sustainability by planting trees with their group. The donations collected help to support the Canadian Scout Brotherhood Fund, as well as local Scouting activities.
Spring has returned! And with it comes Spring Camping!
1st Maxville Cubs and Scouts will meet at AHSR Friday, May 15 at 7 p.m. for a weekend of outdoor fun!
Where: Apple Hill Scout Reserve
When: Friday May 15 – Sunday, May 17
Drop Off: Friday, May 15 7:00 p.m.
Pick-Up: Sunday, May 17 11:00 a.m.
The Beavers year-end adventure is a rowdy Monster Truck show at the Cornwall Civic Complex, 100 Water Street, Cornwall, ON. Beavers will meet outside of the main entrance at 1:30 p.m. Parents, please provide your child with a drink and snack or money to purchase one.
For more details contact Beavers@MaxvilleScouts.ca.