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Tuesday, 20 February 2018 13:12

Local Scouting Movement Calling For More Involvement

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A call for more sponsorship and volunteerism towards the scouting movement locally.

This comes as the National Scouting association celebrates National Scout Week, which is a time to highlight the good work the movement does for the community.

National Scout Commissioner Roger Berkley speaking on Good Morning Trinidad and Tobago, says there's need for more active contributors to the society and when you help the scouts you help in the creation of such contributors.

For the second year running, ScoutsTT is embarking on a week-long celebration of Scouting from Sunday February 18th to Sunday February 25th.

The theme for this year's celebration is "Duty Bound, Honour Driven", in accordance with the values imbued by the Scout Promise and the Scout Law.

Olympian judo athlete and Past Scout, Christopher George, says scouting teaches discipline for all areas of life and parents should encourage their children to become a part of the organisation.

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