Scout Troop
Events in 2004:

X'mas Camp at Kau Ling Chung, Lantau Island
( 25-26 December 2004)



Outing at Tai Tam Scout Centre
( 27 November 2004 )

Over 50 Cubs, 20 Scouts, 8 Ventures and 10 leaders spent a lovely Autumn afternoon at Tai Tam Scout Centre on 27 November 2004. The Scout participated in the rope obstacle course and the cubs had their first go at archery. The evening was celebrated with BBQ.


( 30 October 2004 )

This year, instead of helping the Catherdral stall, we helped the Catholic Scout Guild's stall.



( 16 October 2004 )

12 Cubs were promoted to the Scout Section on the 16 October. As usual, the existing members of the Scout Troop greeted the newly promoted with obstacle course to prove that they are worthy to join the Scout Troop.


Sports Day
( 21 August 2004)

17 Scouts from the Scout Troop has an afternoon of fun at the Western Indoor Sports Hall on 21 August 2004. It was an inter-patrol badminton and table tennis competition (an coincidence with the Athens Olympics!). Lion patrol won with Eagle and Tiger came joint second. Tiger patrol also won the best Cheerleaders (albeit they were the only patrol with cheering support).

The following events took place:
Badminton: Singles, Doubles
Table Tennis: Singles, Doubles



City Hunt
( 7 August 2004)

As our meeting place is under renovation, we have organized an afternoon visiting our neighbourhood. The Scouts have to visit over 40 places in just over an hour's times. They have to answer questions about the places they visited.


Group Holiday Camp
Ming Fai Camp - Cheung Chau
( 24-26 July 2004)

Our Group camp was held at Cheung Chau Caritas Ming Fai Camp on 24 - 26 July 2004. Approximately 33 Cubs and 20 Scouts attended this camp. Activities for the Cubs included "potato prints", backwoods cooking (twists), night time treasure hunt. Activities for the Scouts included archery, backwoods cooking (twists; eggs; steak), night time city hunt. On Day 3, both the Cubs and Scouts visited Chan Chun Ha Outdoor Field Centre and learnt about environmental protection; renewable energy; endangered spices; aquatic life in Hong Kong shorelines. Although the weather was a bit hot and humid (typical Hong Kong summer weather), the Cubs and Scouts enjoyed the 3 days / 2 nights camp.



Visit - Stonecutters Island Sewage Treatment Works
( 13 March 2004 )

It is a rear occasion for us to visit the place where our wastewater goes (before entering the sea) - the sewage treatment plant. The Drainage Services Department held an Open Day at the Stonecutter Island Sewage Treatment Plant (STP) on the 13 March 2004 where 52 Cubs and 22 Scouts spent an educational Saturday afternoon. Our members visited the facilities and learnt how the wastewater is treated. One would imagine a STP being a not so nice place to visit, surprisingly, the facilities are rather "pleasant" considering its nature.



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