All members and parents are reminded that the De La Salle Scout Group Registration night will be held in the Den on Wednesday 4th November 2009 from 7.30pm. It is imperative that Registration fees be paid each year as it registers your child for the year with HQ in Dublin so they
In recent years the De La Salle Scout Group has consisted of two Beaver Colonies, two Macaoimh (Cub Scout) Packs, two Scout Troops, a Venture Scout Group, as well as the Scout Pipe Band. Fortunately in the last number of years all of our sections have had great numbers taking
Above: Members of the 3rd Macaoimh march on our Faithlegg Scout Centre to plant trees in April 2009. Owen Riordan, Group Leader would like to express his gratitude on behalf of all at the De La Salle Scout Group for the support from the Waterford community during their local flag day.
The County Cub Talent Show was held on Sunday 29th March. The 3rd Macaoimh Pack (pictured below) came third overall which was an excellent result. Well done to all those who took park. Macaoimh Leader, Alan Parle reckons that there might be an Oscar winner of the future amongst them.
Pictured below are members of the 3rd De La Salle Macaoimh pack who recently planted no less than one hundred trees at our scout centre in Faithlegg. The tree planting was to celebrate 100 years of Irish scouting and will go towards the pack members earning their centenary badge.
On the occasion of the 100th anniversary of world scouting, the De La Salle Scout Group were delighted when the Waterford Today newspaper which has a circulation of over 17000 copies in and around Waterford City decided to run a full page feature on the group. The article was run
Pictured above are Mary Winter, David Collins and Darragh Quinlan from the De La Salle Scout Group with Cha O’Neill from Waterford City Council and other supporters from Down Syndrome Ireland. The group were at Waterford City Hall to launch the De La Salle Scout Group’s support for Down Syndrome
Above: Richard, Stephen and Brian from the 3rd Scouts help set the new Scouting national record in Supersize Jenga. Congratulations to Stephen Bailey, Brian Haughney and Richard Smith from the 3rd De La Salle Scout Troop who helped to set a new national scouting record for supersize jenga at Mount Mellary Scout Centre on the
Above (L-R): Billy Collins, Scoutleader 7th Waterford; Martin Burbidge, Chief Scout; Maurice Kavanagh, Chief Scout Award Recipient and David Rogers, Group Leader. The annual Group Christmas mass was held on Saturday 17th December in the De La Salle College Chapel. There were a number of presentations made during the ceremony
Left: Members of the 3rd Scouts in training for The Big Walk on the Outer Ring Road. On Sunday the 28th of August next, the people of Waterford will have a unique opportunity to explore the new Waterford City Outer Ring Road by taking part in “The Big Walk”. The