Joey Scouts is for boys and girls aged 6 to 8 years. Joeys are taught to care, share about people and the world around them through the Joey Scout theme of H.O.P “Help Other People”.
Cub Scouts is for boys and girls aged 8 to 10 years. Cubs Scouts learn the importance of teamwork and community spirit through activities and adventures like canoeing, bushwalking and camping.
Scouts is for boys and girls aged 11 to 14 years. Scouts take control of their own leaning through sharing experiences, growing and exploring the world around them. Scouts achieve this by exploring the wilderness, emergency rescues, construction building and more.
Venturer Scouts is for boys and girls aged 15 to 17 years. Venturer Scouts build courage and confidence within themselves discover their place in the adult world. Not only will they participate in many adventurous activities but they will become capable self-reliant individuals.
Rovers is for young adults aged 18 to 26 years. Rover Scouts is all about seizing opportunities and pushing your mind and body to its limit through experiencing one in a lifetime adventures. Rovers set their own program and can participate in rock climbing, boating, rallies and more.
The Committee is a group of parents and community members who works hard to raise funds for the group. This enables purchases of new equipment, maintenance of the den and subsiding membership. Without the committee, there is no group.
The Glenore Grove Scout Group held its inaugural meeting in the Glenore Grove State School Staff room on 28/03/1995 under the direction of Shane Gishford, Group Leader. The first AGM was held on 11/05/1995 where Florin Godebye, Karyn Askew and Vicki Splatt were elected office bearers. On 31/03/1995 Peter Jensen led the first Scout meeting. On 3/05/1995 Bernadette Jensen and Dale Sloane led our first Cub Scout meeting where Joeys also attended until Eric Markets "Crow" commenced a sperate section in August 1995. Venturers later commenced in May 1998 and Rovers followed in February 2006. The Group meetings where held at the school grounds until after a lot of hard work fundraising the group was able to meet the repayments and relocate to the current Den being the first Group in Queensland to have a Den located within school grounds. This wouldn't have happened without joint efforts of Greg Farr (the then principal), Shane Gishford and Dennis Brockmann from Moreton Region Scout, Parent Group Committee and Education Queensland. Our group has now been operating for 21years with thanks to long-term efforts from the following families: Askew, Bleumink, Godebye, Hardiman, Jensen, Lander, Logan, Markets, Mitchell, Roeton, Splatt and Thompson. We look forward to adding more families to this list as time passes by.
Peter Askew – Mopoke
Toni Sykes – Hathi
Glenore Grove Scout Group ARP 2018