Venture Scout


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Venture Scout

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Venturer

n
Brit a young man or woman, aged 16–20, who is a member of the senior branch of the Scouts. Former name: Rover US equivalent: Explorer
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Mr Fields was joined on the bridge by 1st Dublin leaders Conor Wilson, Matthew Wilson, Dylan Morley, Luke Murphy, and Stephen Murphy as well as venture scouts Ben Hughes and Craig Fox from the 160th Ardlea group - based in North Dublin.
SCHOOL ACTIVITIES: Boy Scout; Venture Scout, president of Venturing Officers Association; varsity soccer, Grades 9-12, captain, Grade 12; drama program, Grades 9-12; youth group, participated in four mission trips, Grades 9-12.
"We met at a Venture Scout disco when I was 21 and she was 17.
The grandmother-of-two was heavily involved in the Scout and Guide movement, with her late husband John, who both ran Solihull South Venture Scout Ranger Guide unit for 20 years.
"I'd been a Venture Scout and done my Duke of Edinburgh awards - good training for the hundreds of miles I walk.
As the first ever female venture scout ( a group for older children ( in her area, she raised more than a few eyebrows as girls weren't actually allowed into normal scouting groups until 1990.
A VENTURE Scout is set for a trip of a lifetime to Japan - but needs to raise more than PS3,000 to get there.
SOC 90 organiser Lee Avery, who used to be a Venture Scout with the group, said: "Smethwick Old Church Scouts have their origins going back as far as 1917 but the Group was offi-cially registered with The Scout Association in October 1919 and celebrates 90 years of Scouting on October 19.
On the last occasion, I was a 17-year-old Venture Scout trekking through the unforgiving Cuillin Hills on Skye in the company of three other bundles of raging testosterone.
Venture Scout Edmund Bing, from Greenwich, London, spoke to the Queen.