Halton Hills and North Halton newspapers
Letters to the editor...Local Beavers in need of adult volunteers
Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 2 Jun 2006, p. 6

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Dear editor, I am the contact leader for the 4th Georgetown Beavers and I have learned that we are losing two out of the four Beaver colonies in Georgetown next September. This is not due to lack of kids joining or lack of funding, but due to the lack of contact leaders. These are the adult leaders who co-ordinate the meetings we have each week between September and May. I fully understand that we are all very busy in our daily lives but we are only talking about few hours a week of your time. Beavers is a very important part of scouting as this is when kids aged 5 -7 start to become involved in scouting, within the community and become more aware of our great area and the environment as will you. I encourage you to go to www.scouts.ca or www.haltonscouting.ca to learn more about Beavers and scouting and also how you can become a leader in Beavers, Cubs or Scouts. Scouting is coming up on its 100th anniversary and it would be loss to the community if we lost these two Beaver colonies. I do guarantee that you will have fun when working with the Beavers and the other scouters! Peter Struwing, 4th Georgetown Beavers www.4th Georgetown.ca

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Letters to the editor...Local Beavers in need of adult volunteers