Agassiz scouting group open to all youth

Registration night coming up at Agassiz Agricultural Hall

The 1st Agassiz Scouts is holding a registration night next Wednesday, September 5. Scouting is open to both boys and girls, and there are groups for all ages, from five to 26.

They include Beavers (5-7), Cubs (8-10), Scouts (11-13), Ventures (14-17) and Rovers (18-26). The groups meet once a week at the Agassiz Agricultural Hall,

They are also on the search for volunteer leaders.

Anyone interested in getting involved with Scouting as a leader can call Shannon, Group Commissioner, at 604-794-7518 or Deanna at 604-796-3703.

The registration night runs from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Agricultural Hall on Pioneer Avenue.

 

 

 

 

 

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