On the 16th March, the cub scouts braved the weather to develop their survival skills. 12 cub scouts spent the day in Donadea Woods working on the shelter building, fire lighting and backwoods cooking skills. Despite the weather being wet and cold the cub scouts stayed motivated and enthusiastic about learning their skills.
One of our Cub Scouts was helping out at the Beaver National Camp and as part of a project recorded the fun and activity in photos. He put together this slideshow of the weekend to present to the Cubs last night. It looks like it was great fun! --- 8th Kildare Maynooth Scouts / www.maynoothscouts.org
The regular visitors to Donadea forest Park looked on in amazement at the activities of the Beavers and Cubs that were taking part in a backwoods activity day on Sunday last. They may have been wondering the meaning of the cryptic symbols made from sticks and stones left by teams of cubs and how easily […]