- 18 Jan
- Written by Custom Made Badges
PROUD Scouts showcase their certificates right after landing a clutches of brand new accomplishment badges.
The 9th Barnsley Wombwell Scouts held an exhibition evening for Fourteen people, with well over One hundred badges handed out in front of friends and families -- and also burgers and buns for all to celebrate.
The Eagle patrol associates being recognized were:
Joseph Stevenson (14), who accumulated Twelve badges like the Chief Scout Gold Award.
Albi Douglas-Waller (Twelve) gathered five badges including an award for being a part of the Scouting family for six years.
Zoe Palmer (Twelve), whom collected nine badges for example the Scout Entertainer Activity Badge, that she attained by taking part in a lot of productions together with the Faceless Arts Community program.
Kathleen Denton (12), who had been given the Community Impact Stage 1 that she has received by volunteering with the Forestry Commission at Wombwell Woods.
Kai Read (13), whose five badges included the Paddle Sport Stage Three Award.
Panther Patrol members receiving badges were:
Jordan Stewart (12), who accumulated 2 badges such as the Adventure Challenge Award.
Jack Evans (12), whose three badges which includes Time on Water Stage Five, that he earned while canoeing at Manvers Water Sport Centre.
Chloe Wright (Thirteen),who was simply given three badges which includes Nights Away Stage Fifteen, which she attained whilst camping in Blackhills Scout Campsite in West Yorkshire and Birchall Scout Campsite in North Yorkshire.
Shauna Morris (Eleven), many of whose 7 badges were received by joining Manvers Water Sport Centre and taking part in the Faceless Arts Community productions.
Also pictured with her patrol-mates is totally new member Chloe Hoyland (Eleven), that is spending so much time on her first badges.
Furthermore being recognized were people in the Fox Patrol, which include:
Christopher Waller (13), whom collected 11 badges for example the Chief Scout Gold Award and also the Scout Fundraiser Activity Badge.
Teri Lomas (Ten), the modern member of the Group, who was invested before being given three badges along with the Hikes Away Award Stage Two.
Maya Isherwood (12), who obtained Eight badges including the Nights Away Stage Twenty that she has received by going to the many camps the Scouts attend.
Chlow Howes (13), whose spectacular 15 badges included the Chief Scout Gold Award and a quantity of nautical awards.
Jamie Morris (Thirteen), who was handed 6 badges including the Scout Artist Activity Badge, that she received for painting a number of silk flags and also a picture of an Eddie Stobart truck.
Luke Pon (Thirteen), whose two badges incorporated the Community Impact Stage 1 which he has acquired while helping out with the Forestry Commission at Wombwell Woods.