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3rd Bathurst Scout Group
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#‎CUB100 Celebrations in Sydney, His excellency David Hurley and thousands of Cubs celebrating the famous history
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Just love the great work 3rd Bathurst All Saints Cathedral Scout Group - NSW Branch do. Congratulations Kristal.
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Are you coming?? It's going to be awesome!!
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WHO AM I? - Number 1 David McInroy - "GRU"

Role: Group Leader...
Description of role: To lead and promote the Scout Group in the local community and ensure it operates in accordance with the Policies and Rules and administrative practices of the Association
What GRU Actually does:
*Spends countless hours daily working on Scouting paperwork
*Assists Leaders & Supporting parents in achieving Group Goals
*Runs Group Council for Leaders Monthly
*Assists the running of the Support Community meetings Monthly
*Collaborates with GSC members for the running of the Group
*organise Leader Training
*Manages Member census
*Assists Leaders, Youth and parental welfare & well-being
*Assists in promoting Scouting not only as a group but as a whole

These are only some examples but there are many things, I cannot explain how much "GRU" Actually does.

As parents and supporters, we must remind you that Scouting is hard work. But if Scouting had more people to help out, even if it was only an hour a month it can make a true difference!

Our ARP (Annual Report Presentation) is coming up in the coming May, apart of this the Group appoints new Group Support roles.

I encourage you as a past Scout and now a Venturer, Scouting is the most Adventurous "movement" there is to offer.

To "GRU" & the members that make 3rd Bathurst, your work is exceptional! See More
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In many cases it's rare for people who learn CPR to ever be in a situation where this particular skill is needed, but for 9-year-old Cub Zachary Redwood, knowing this procedure and remaining calm in an emergency situation enabled him to save his little brother's life. Zach's bravery is astonishing and it goes to show you're never too young to be hero! Story here:
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