32nd West Bombay Scouts Keeps Activities Going During Lockdown

Despite the ongoing Lockdown, the 32nd West Bombay Pioneer Scouts kept activities going, by connecting the Cubs and Scouts online and carrying on the routine activities like Stay-at-home message; On-the-spot cooking, helping parents at home and celebrating Mother’s Day too (which was much appreciated by the mums), Quiz competition and the regular Sunday games too via online Apps.

The 32nd West Bombay Pioneer Scouts, established in February, 1922, is one of the oldest Scout Groups, which has completed 98 years and continues to march towards its Centenary year with excellent service of cubbing and scouting in the selfless service of World Scouting, started by Robert Stephenson Smith Lord Baden Powell of Gilwell. The group trains small boys from the tender age of 5 years upwards, in various scouting skills including cooking, knotting, pioneering, reading compass and constellations, etc and help them develop into becoming disciplined and law-abiding citizens of India.

The group holds meetings every Sunday morning 8:00am to 10:30am at BJPCI School. Parents interested in registering their sons for the same could connect with SM Jehangir Foroogh on 9819848228.

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