Scouts visit Gosford waterfront
Scouts from across the Peninsula visited the Gosford waterfront to celebrate Robert Baden Powell's 161st birthday.
Baden Powell was the founder of the Scouting movement and Scouts from the Gosford District, to which the Peninsula Scouting codes belong, met in Gosford on February 25.
A range of activities were set up along the waterfront for Scouts to enjoy including a giant Jenga tower, a giant cargo net and waterfront canoeing.
The festivities ran from 10am to 2pm.
Media release, 18 Feb 2018
Maggie Keeble, Gosford District Scouts
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