Queen’s Award for three Warragul Scouts
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By // 13:25, Wednesday 12 December 2012

THREE Warragul Scouts have received certificates signed by the Queen in a ceremony at Government House.

Isabelle Napier, Tristin Walker and Bronte Hobson show off their certificates.
Image: Anne Napier.

 


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THREE Warragul Scouts have been presented with the Queen’s Scout Award and certificates in ceremonies in Warragul and at Melbourne’s Government House.

Bronte Hobson, Isabelle Napier and Tristin Walker were presented with their awards in a ceremony at Warragul Scout Hall on Friday, before receiving certificates signed by the Queen in a ceremony at Government House the next day.

To achieve the award, Venturer Scouts must meet criteria including goal setting, planning, organisation and determination to complete difficult tasks.

They must also have completed requirements in adventurous activities, community involvement, leadership development and personal growth.

The presentation ceremony at Government House, Melbourne.
Image: Anne Napier.

Ms Hobson achieved her award through tasks including track clearing at Caringal Scout Camp, being a member of the CFA, youth service work and holding debates.

Ms Napier hiked in the Croajingalong National Park, dam cleaning in Buln Buln and track clearing at Caringal Scout Camp and conducted flood relief work in Charlton.

Mr Walker took part in tree planting with the Enviro Warriors, spoke on Australian heritage and took part in caving.

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One response to “Queen’s Award for three Warragul Scouts”

  1. wombat lyons says:

    fantastic work and achievement by these three young people