Agassiz scouts need some leadership

More volunteers needed in Agassiz to help scouting group have a good year

The 1st Agassiz Scouts are a busy group of kids who need a few good leaders to have another great year.

Scouting groups are broken up into age categories. Beavers are ages five to seven, Cubs are ages eight to 10, Scouts are ages 11 to 13 and Venturers are ages 14 to 17. While the group has leaders for most age groups, the Scouts needs a few volunteers to commit to the year.

Registration night is on Sept. 16, from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the Agassiz Agricultural Hall.

For more information about joining as a Scout or a volunteer, contact Group Commissioner Chris Wilson at 604-796-3703.


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