Cubs

15th September 2015

Below is the letter about our camp this weekend at the Causey.

scouts Dear Parents

January 28th 2015

We had a great couple of nights in the Causey Cookhouse this week (thanks so much to Della for organising it) below are some recipe links to what we cooked for anyone who wants to try them at home:

Brown bread on Tuesday night

http://www.causey.ie/recipes/brown-soda-bread

Scones and Jerk Chicken Kebabs on Wednesday night

http://www.causey.ie/recipes/lilys-scones

http://www.bbcgoodfood.com/recipes/1413635/jerk-chicken-kebabs-with-mango-salsa

Some help with Badge positions.

Cub Badges

April 11th 2014

A few jobs for over the Easter holidays to get ready for Camp Northeast. All cubs will need to put together an Indian costume (Apache/Cherokee/Mohawk) plus make friendship bracelets or something similar to trade at the camp with other groups at the trade fair.

Don’t forget Tuesday 15th April at the playground in the Fair Green at 7pm – see you then!

Please see document below for song lyrics for the campfire.

Songs

March 24th 2014

We all had a wonderful slumber night in Girley Hall on Sat 22nd with 36 Cubs taking part. The weather was kind to us that evening for our 2 (more like 3) hour hike around Girley Bog. This proved very popular with everyone as we got to see parts of the bog we’d never been to and to experience the new boardwalk across the bog. If anyone gets a chance it’s well worth a visit but wear wellies! We saw lots of frog spawn along the way and tried very hard to lose footwear and indeed Cubs in the very boggy last section of the walk. We hope that all the mucky boots have dried out by now!
After a lovely dinner of spag bol, bread and Swiss roll sleeping arrangement were sorted and the evening entertainment began.
Some Cubs made flapjacks for the next, we had a quiz and presentation about oral hygiene where lots was learned about the good and bad foods for your teeth. Lastly we had a ‘Cubs got Talent’ show. We had about 26 acts in all varying from joke telling, singing, dancing, mini dramas and instrumentals. We all had great fun and we’re highly entertained. Simon Cowell missed the evening flight to Dublin but we’ve passed on our recommendations to him as to who should keep going!
Unfortunately the rain scuppered our plans for s’mores on a camp fire but after hot chocolate it was time for sleep!
After some sleep, an early start and a great cooked breakfast it was time to tidy up and find owners for various items of clothes! We had a morning of team activities which were great fun and finished up with snacks including flapjacks, fruit and popcorn.

Roll on Camp North East!
Some photos are on the Cub photo page.

November 26th 2013

Dear Parents/Guardian: Cub Section

We have a lot of activities planned for December as follows:

Week of Dec 3rd/4th​
Donations for Vincent de Paul Hampers due in please.

Sat Dec 7th​
Our group are Carol Singing at The Resource Centre from 3:30 pm to 4pm. Please be in full uniform.

Sun Dec 8th​
Orienteering in Drewstown house from 11 am to 2 pm. Cost €2 to cover hot lunch.
Clothing:​Rain jacket, trousers, hats/glove,dry socks. Hiking boots are essential as surfaces may be slippy. Tracksuit bottoms or light combat trousers are fine. No jeans.

Please make sure that your cub has a comfortable bag that they can carry (school/sports type bag) and that it is not over packed and too heavy for them.
Small First Aid Kit:​Plasters and few wipes.
Small Plastic Bag:​For their rubbish.

Please speak to any of the leaders and complete a Medication Form if your child needs to take medication on the outing or use an inhaler.

Mon Dec 9th​
Gleann na Boinne County Carol Service, St Mary’s Church, Navan
​7 pm to 8 pm

Wed Dec 11th​
Group Investiture for all sections, family and friends followed by refreshments. (There is no Tuesday Cubs this week)
7 pm to 8:30 pm

Tues Dec 17th​​
Final Night Before Christmas Break

As always, should you have any questions please call into any of our meetings.

Yours in Scouting
Cub Leaders

8th October 2013

Both Tuesday and Wednesday night Cubs had a lovely 10km hike in Virginia Woods on Sunday morning. We definitely got the best of the day as it remained dry and sometimes sunny until just before we finished up.
All the children were well prepared with the correct gear and there was no sign of ant blisters when we finished!
Well done to everyone involved.
(Some photos in Cub photo section).

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