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ANZAC Day

02 May 2019

A moving video of Scouts and other youth at the City of Playford ANZAC vigil and Dawn Service

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Adelaide 36ers to move to the Entertainment Centre

18 Mar 2019

Adelaide 36ers to move to the Entertainment Centre. Read the message from Scouts SA.

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Honouring our Responsibility to Survivors

19 Feb 2019

In May 2018 the BEC approved the drawing together of a proposed Branch Contingency Fund with the requirement that the Fund will first be used to satisfy survivor liability and subject to BEC approval will secondly also be used to reinvest asset back into Scouting.

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Dilly Bags

 
A dilly bag is a cloth draw string bag, preferably cotton because it breathes allowing your gear to stay dry without going mouldy!
The drawstring stops dust and bugs getting in and allows the bag to be hung up in the fresh air as well as stopping the gear inside from falling out!
The dilly bag is used to transport and store your camp eating gear.
 
Inside your dilly bag should be:
 

All the contents should be made of strong material such as metal or melamine to avoid breakage and should be CLEARLY LABELLED!!!!!

 

The easiest way to make a dilly bag is from a pillowcase or cotton bag from the supermarket with drawstring sewn in.

The contents for Dilly bags can be easily purchased form the Scout outdoor centre