Scouts Canada is a Non-Profit Community Collaborative organization where Youth and their Parents are able to have fun adventures together. Parents of Scouting youth and others from the community come together with or without skills to learn how to deliver a quality program.
Through training and mentoring, Scouting Volunteers acquire new skills, friendships and have an opportunity to experience the adventures and fun their youth receive from Scouting.
At 9th Pickering, we are a very active group who like to get out into the community & help our environment through many different activities like shoreline clean ups & planting trees along with other fun activities & camps.
As we don’t collect weekly dues nor charge additional group fees, we rely 100% on community fund raising to pay for weekly supplies, equipment and allows us to reduce camp and activity fees.
Registration is available all year round via www.myscouts.ca or attend our Registration night on Wednesday August 26th upstairs at Loblaws (Liverpool & Hwy 2) or by visiting one of our weekly meetings. The fee is $190 for the year.
In 2015-16 we'll be operating four youth sections in the Brock Road between Finch Avenue and Concession Road 3 (Rossland) area:
If you would like additional information please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be happy to send you some information or give you call. Scouters from all sections are always willing to answer parents questions and we welcome youths to join us all year long.
Youth are always invited to visit and try out Scouts for a few nights to ensure Scouting is a good fit.
Ongoing efforts for recycling of Broken/Unwanted Electronics (TV's, VCR's, Computers, Monitors, Printers, Fax machines, photocopies, etc)
Scrap Metal (car parts, car batteries, appliances, metal items)
Aluminum Cans (preferably crushed, have the kids jump on them)
Drop off at 1892 Liverpool Road OR please call or email to arrange pickup email@example.com or 416 997 5609
Send a kid to camp and/or help support our environmental stewardship initiatives!