About Us

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The 25th Red Deer Scout Group is located in north Red Deer and meets at the Normandeau School on Monday nights. As an active group in the community, 25th Red Deer is committed to helping other members of our community by organizing and volunteering at Food Bank Drives, manning Christmas Kettles for the Salvation Army, bottle drives to raise money for the Red Cross, participating in Community Clean ups. As well, we have hosted and organized area scouting events such as the Kub Kar Rally, and Waskasoo Area Cuboree Camp.

The older youth along with the Scouters / Advisors have been able to participate in different Jamborees across Canada, the USA and Europe. The youth are fully involved in all aspects of these activities, from participating, to the planning, coordinating, and fundraising, to the actual running of these events and activities. It is because of this involvement that all the youth can and have achieved the highest honors and awards available to youth in Scouting. 25th Red Deer Scouts are the leaders of tomorrow.

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25th Red Deer Scout Group has started down the Canadian Path. Scouts Canada is embarking on a new journey and bringing great Scouting Adventures to more Canadian youth. Join us on the Canadian Path as we launch the next great chapter in Canadian Scouting.

We Meet @ Normandeau School

61 Noble Ave. Red Deer

Mondays 6:30 PM

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Fundraisers

Help support our group by purchasing gift cards for your everyday purchases. From groceries to hardware, resteraunts to toys, FundScrip has something for everyone. For every purchase you make our group gets a gift from the retailer. As a supporter, you are not out of pocket, If you spend $100 for a grocery card, you can purchase $100 worth of groceries.

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As a Charter Member of Scouts Canada for more than 20 years 25th Red Deer adheres to, supports and follows the Vision, Mission and Values of Scouts Canada. We are developing well rounded youth that are better prepared for success in the world. We encourage our youth to make meaningful contributions to society while following the three fundamental beliefs of the scouting program - Duty to God, Duty to Others and Duty to Self.

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Visit the Scout Shop to order your uniform online and any other scouting related equipment.

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Volunteer recognition comes from you! Remember to thank those people that have given of their time and talents to provide you and your youth with some fun and exciting opportunities within Scouting.


Our Beavers

Ages 5-7

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Beaver Scouts opens the door for your child to discover the world. It is filled with a little bit of everything – outdoor activities, games, music and sports. Along the way, Beaver Scouts meet new friends, learn cooperation and teamwork and develop self-confidence. They will have leaders with names like Rainbow, Sunshine, Rusty or Bubbles that are taken from “Friends of the Forest” a story written specifically for Beaver Scouts. Beaver Scouts are one large colony but are also split into smaller activity groups called Lodges. It is within their lodges that they will begin developing leadership skills.

Activities

The Beaver Scout program is built around a variety of activities that include:

  • Nature walks and hikes
  • Picnics and family-based camping
  • Games and sports
  • Crafts
  • Storytelling and playacting
  • Spiritual fellowship

Beaver Scout Promise

I promise to love God and help take care of the world.

Beaver Scout Law

A Beaver has fun, works hard and helps family and friends.

Beaver Scout Motto

Sharing, Sharing, Sharing


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Beaver Insignia Placement

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Why join BEAVERS?

Beaver Scout During a typical year at Beavers you will spend one night at a Family Camp, one night at a Sleepover some place like the Tyrell Museum or Science Center in Edmonton. At your regular meetings in the school gym you may earn badges, play games, do crafts or have a special guest. There will also be meetings approximately once a month outside of the school gym that could include; bowling, swimming, Kerrywood Nature Center, nature walks or a tobogganing night.

Our TEAM

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Bubbles
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Our Cubs

Ages 8-10

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Hikes, weekend camps, and an introduction to water activities like canoeing or kayaking are just a few of the fun outdoor adventures that Cub Scouts enjoy. Cub Scouts are encouraged to try new and more challenging activities. Learning important first aid skills, paddling a canoe for the first time, or leading a game at camp will open the door for Cubs to try other adventures they never thought possible.

Along the way, Cub Scouts learn how to take care of themselves and work as a team – and most importantly have a lot of fun! Cub Scouts have leaders with names like Akela, Bagheera, Raksha and Baloo all of which are taken from Rudyard Kiplings “The Jungle Book” on which many of the ceremonies and traditions of Cub Scouts is based. Cub Scouts form a large Pack from which they are formed into smaller groups called “Sixes”. Within each Six there are leadership roles and Cub Scouts really start to develop their leadership skills.

Activities

The Cub Scout program focuses on six activity areas: The Natural World, Outdoors, Creative Expression, Healthy Living, Home and Community and Canada and the World. Activities include:

  • Hikes, weekend camps and outdoor activities
  • Water activities like canoeing and kayaking
  • Games and sports
  • Music, storytelling and play-acting

Cub Scout Promise

I promise to do my best, To love and serve God, to do my duty to the Queen; To keep the law of the Wolf Cub pack, And to do a good turn for somebody every day.

Cub Scout Law

The Cub respects the Old Wolf, The Cub respects himself/herself.

Cub Scout Motto

Do Your Best.


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Cub Insignia Placement

Cub Calendar

Why join CUBS?

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In Cubs you can expect to do at least 2 weekends away at camp, most years you will do one Sleepover at a local attraction like the Calgary Zoo or Reynolds Museum. During regular meetings in the School gym you will play games, have Special Guests, do crafts and make things like bird houses or crazy instruments. At least once a month there will be outside meetings that could include hikes, community service projects, tours and visits, or even swimming.

Our TEAM

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Akela
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Scouter in Training
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Our Scouts

Ages 11-13

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Scouts are about having fun while gaining value leadership skills and self-confidence. Scouts enjoy outdoor adventures like biking, rock climbing and lots of camping while working together with other young people to accomplish thrilling challenges.

Scouting gives every member a chance to be a leader. It might involve running an activity, organizing a camp, or participating with other young people across your province or Canada in a youth forum.

Scouts as a whole form a Troop, within the Troop are smaller groups called Patrols. Within each Patrol there is a Patrol Leader and an Assistant Patrol Leader. As a patrol scouts will do such things as menu and activity planning for camps.

Activities

The Scout program focuses on outdoor and environmental activities, citizenship and community service, leadership and personal development and includes a variety of activities:

  • Rock-climbing
  • Canoeing and kayaking
  • Extended hikes and lots of camping
  • Running an activity
  • Organizing a camp
  • Participating in provincial or national youth forums

Scout Promise

On my honour I promise that I will do my best, To do my duty to God and the Queen, To help other people at all times, And to carry out the spirit of the Scout Law.

Scout Law

A Scout is helpful and trustworthy, kind and cheerful, considerate and clean, wise in the use of all resources.

Scout Motto

Be Prepared.


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Scouts Insignia Placement

Scouts Calendar

Why join SCOUTS?

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Scouts during a regular year will spend 3 or 4 weekends at camp, some years there will be a weeklong camp or Jamboree like the Canadian Jamboree in the summer depending on what is happening that year. Scouts volunteer during the year at different events like the Area Kub Kar rally and Cuboree Camp. At regular meetings in the school you can expect to work on badges, learn skills like what and how to pack for a backpacking trip, how to raise and lower the Canadian Flag. When you are not in the school you will be doing activities like going on hikes, volunteering, bowling, archery or swimming.

Our TEAM

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Our Venturers

Ages 14-17

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The Venturer Scout program offers exciting, real life, hands-on experiences for youth.

Venturer Scouts learn to nurture an active, healthy lifestyle, acquire the knowledge and skills for career development and participate in thrilling outdoor adventures. Weekend events, extended hikes, no-trace camping and more round out the Venturer Scout experience.

Venturers work as a Company and plan their own activities and outings under the guidance of an Adult Advisor. Venturers often do their own fundraising for activities.

Activities

In addition to outdoor adventure, community service and leadership development, the Venturer Scout program offers:

  • Survivorman Challenge
  • FOCUS Training
  • Scouters-in-Training and Activity Leaders
  • International Jamborees

Venturer Promise

On my honour I promise that I will do my best To do my duty to God and the Queen To help other people at all times, And to carry out the spirit of the Scout Law.

Venturer Motto

Challenge


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Venturers Insignia Placement

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Why join VENTURERS?

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Venturers plan their own year using the skills they have learned while moving up in scouting. Our Venturers have been able to attend past international events like the World Jamboree in Sweden, Boys Scouts of America Jamboree in West Virginia and will be attending a Jamborette in Holland in 2015. Volunteering is a big thing with Venturers - our past Venturers have planned Cub area camps as their service project. They have also done Survivorman Challenge Camps, lightweight hiking camps and led activities for other sections.

Our TEAM

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Our Committee

The Group Committee is made up of volunteers that are responsible for providing support to the section leaders and providing for Quality Programs on behalf of Scouts Canada. Through the Group Commissioner, the Group Committee provides the administrative foundation for the section Scouters to do their jobs. They ensure that the group has the facilities, and the resources required to offer a great youth led program.

Please help support your Group Committee by fulfilling open positions in the committee or by lending your time and talents in support of the 25th Red Deer Scouts.

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Regehr
Commissioner
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Administrator
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Doucet
Treasurer
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Registrar
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Secretary
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