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campfire's burning

And lastly Tawny Owl’s German Exchange Part 3 On Tuesday morning, we went to a vocational school, BBW St Franziskus. Steffi and Tom, whom we met at camp work there. Martha, who’s also a scout, gave us a presentation explaining the school system and the various field of study offered. They showed us around the school. Tom showed us the boarding school. We visited the living space occupied by the

Tawny Owl’s German Exchange Part 2

Here is part 2! On Friday, we went to a recycling centre where they recycle various car parts and consumable such as tyres, oil, etc. We were offered a guided tour around their facility. We saw how recycling is a big part of German lifestyle. We were shown the entire tyre recycling process. After receiving the tyres, they are sorted. Some tyres who are still in acceptable condition are fixed

Tawny Owl's Germany Exchange Part 1

So Tawny was chosen to go on a German Guide/Scout Exchange read all about her adventures here 🙂 From the 3rd of July 2017 to the 21st of July 2017, Rangers and Young leaders (aged between 18 and 25) from Gauteng Central and Rustenburg participated in an exchange program with the Bavarian Scouts. The theme was “Host mi” which was based on cultural differences. Our journey began way before the

Doing their best and gaining awards - Golden Hand and Honey Pot girls!

Three girls from the 1st Khayalami Girl Guide group in North Riding have recently attained the highest accolades possible in their respective age groups as members of Girl Guides South Africa. Ashleigh and Palesa  recently obtained their Golden Hand badges in the Brownie Programme with Naledi  attaining her Honey Pot badge in the Teddy Programme. To gain the badges the girls work through a series of clauses and tests and complete