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Fraser Valley Council

The Fraser Valley Council supports and administers Scouting in the Fraser Valley area of British Columbia. Fraser Valley Council is one of twenty two Councils that make up Scouts Canada, and one of three in British Columbia and the Yukon.

The Fraser Valley Council encompasses the geographical area from Tsawwassen in the West, to the village of Anmore in the North, to the town of Hope in the East, but not including Richmond, Burnaby, Vancouver or areas north of Vancouver.

With more than 100,000 members, Scouts Canada (see www.scouts.ca) is the nation’s premier youth-serving organization. Fraser Valley Council has about 8,000 members: 6,500 youth and about 1,500 volunteers.

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Watershed Park, Delta: Pinewood Elementary Entrance Registration starts 5pm, Stations run from 5:30-8:30pm Cost $5 each Come on out to our popular fall event! Older Scouting and Guiding youth prepare and host unique and fun stations through the forest after dark for the younger sections. The Canadian Path at work. Open to Beaver Scouts, Sparks, Cub Scouts, Brownies, Friends, Siblings, Parents, and of course Scouters and Guiders! Bring a flashlight, lug-a-mug, and make sure you dress for the weather because we play rain or shine! You are welcome to piece together your patrols for the evening as long as your paperwork is in order and ratio is maintained. So as not to overwhelm the stations, we ask that you organize your patrol with a limit of 12 participating youth (registered, siblings, friends). Leaders, parents, guardians are in addition to this number. Smaller patrols are of course welcome! Please complete and bring the following registration form, with cash or a cheque (payable to Scouts Canada: WestSurDel Area). Hope to see you soon! More »
Scouters, Rovers and Venturers, The WestSurDel Area hosts a Family Fun Night once a year, it's an event put on for the Beavers, Cubs, Sparks and Brownies. They go through Delta Watershed Park at night and participate in the different stations put on by the scouts, Venturers, Rovers, Pathfinders and Rangers. We are looking for groups interested in putting on a station. We provide hotdogs and snacks and hot chocolate at 4pm on the Saturday for any groups that run a station as well as an opportunity to sleep over on October 21st, Saturday night with no fee for camping. The group will have to provide their own equipment and food for any meal other than the hotdogs at 4pm. It's a great way to network with other groups and get some service hours. If you are interested and able to help out, please Contact Sarah Collier at sarah_collier@dccnet.com or 604-613-6506 More »
Jamboree On The Trail (JOTT), a Truly Canadian born idea, is the only international annual event for every member of the Scouting family. It is an ideal opportunity to come together in spirit with Scouts all over the world and to promote the world-wide aspect of Scouting. For many youth it is also the only World Scouting Event that they may get to participate in. Read more - see attachments. More »
Camp McLean – September 29th,30th & October 1st THIS YEAR’s Camp Kick-Off will be another fun filled adventure for all! The Basic Scouting Skills Program will be on Saturday and will enable 1st year Scouts to earn their permits. There are still many exciting events for the Activity Scouts to choose from on Saturday and Sunday. Lunch will be provided on Saturday. For further information, please contact: Sarah Hadden sarah.hadden@scouts.ca DEFINITION: for the purpose of this registration package, Scouts NOT participating in the Basic Scouting Skills Program will be referred to as Activity Scouts. Download the attachments for more information: More »
The Rotary Round-up barn dance is coming on Sept 16th at Camp McLean. Download the Order Form here: More »
Scouts Canada is a corporation created by an Act of Parliament. Each Council has a say in the governance processes of the corporation through three voting members who are elected pursuant to Policy 1014. All Scouts Canada members born before December 31, 2003 are eligible to serve as Voting Members and to vote for their Council’s Voting Members.   More »
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