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Scouts: Taking Christmas Outdoors

posted 18 Dec 2010, 07:45 by Jonathan Chicken   [ updated 21 Aug 2013, 14:57 by Stephen Harrison ]
Today, Scouts from 3rd Washington took to the streets of Concord to bring some festive cheer to local shoppers. Members of the Group joined local church members and friends from St. Andrews. Chris and Andrew Turnbull's brass skills were instrumental in leading the singing despite the sub-zero temperatures.

After the Christmas rendition, Scouts and their leaders served hot tea and toast to warm up the hardy 'choir'.

A fun morning was enjoyed by everyone, once again reinforcing the group's presence at Christmas in our community.

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Malcolm Glass, a steward at St. Andrews Church later wrote to thank the Scout Group for their help;

Would you please extend on behalf of St Andrews grateful thanks to the Scouts for the refreshments provided and served on Saturday during our Carol Singing morning in Concord. They were very welcome indeed to the frozen group of singers and band members who braved the elements. Please thank all those who in any way contributed to Saturday’s success. St Andrews are very proud of the association between themselves and the uniformed organizations that meet in our church and the leaders  do a fantastic job with these young people. May we wish you all a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year where we hope the work with the young people goes from strength to
strength.


3rd Washington Scouts leads adventure for 130 young people each week in the North and West of Washington. The group is a major provider of youth activities in the town and recognises the importance of community cohesion. Read more about our community involvement.

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