Once a Scout, Always a Scout!
“Scout Scarf Day” on August 1 is that all active and former scouts are requested to wear their scout scarfs in public to make the “Spirit of Scouting” visible: Once a Scout – Always a Scout! The date of the event commemorates the very first Scout Camp on Brownsea Island in 1907. Of course, the scarf is only a symbol but a strong symbol for the scout promise and for our mission to leave the world as a bit better a place than we had found it.
Scouts’ Day or Guides’ Day is a generic term for special days observed by members of the Scouting movement throughout the year. Some of these days have religious significance, while others may be a simple celebration of Scouting. Typically, it is a day when all members of Scouting will re-affirm the Scout Promise.
Be proud to be a Scout on World Scout Scarf Day! On the 1st of August Scouts and former Scouts stand together and wear their Scout scarves in public to make the “Spirit of Scouting” visible.
Take a selfie of yourself and/or your friends wearing their scarves in a public place!
email the image to firstname.lastname@example.org by the 1st of August 2018 – Ref Scout Scarf Selfie + name. Give us your name, age, Scout Group, parent or Scouter’s cell number and email address. The selfies may be used by Scouting Magazine our team to promote SCOUTING Sri Lanka, so make sure that your parents are okay with us putting the photo online!
Are you a Scout Alumni? Once a Scout – Always a Scout! Wear your Scarf and be Proud to be a Scout! Let’s have some FUN, show SA that the Scouting adventure is alive and active in communities nationwide!
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