Fonds 0392 - 5th Trumpeter Swan Troop Boy Scouts fonds

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5th Trumpeter Swan Troop Boy Scouts fonds

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CA GPR 0392

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  • 1965-1966 (Creation)
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    5th Trumpeter Swan Troop Boy Scouts

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4 cm of textual records
1 photograph

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([ca. 1965]-unknown)

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Grande Prairie had an active Boy Scout movement in the 1960s as evidenced by this group of "Owls" and "Wolves" with their troop leaders. At that time a boy at 11 years of age could join as a Tenderfoot and aspire to eventually become a "Queen's Scout". The boys learned practical life saving skills following their motto, "Be Prepared" and as well performing community service projects.

Custodial history

These records were donated to the South Peace Regional Archives by Greg Marcy in 2010.

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The fonds consists of a 8 x 10 photograph of the 5th Trumpeter Swan Troop, 2 Tenderfoot to Queen Scout handbooks, a Golden Arrow Training Handbook, a Proficiency Badge reference book, a Handbook on Small Bore Rifle Shooting, Trees and Shrubs Belonging to Alberta booklet, the Patrol Leader's Pocket Record Book, a luminous pocket planetarium.and a Boy Scout Record Book belonging to Greg Marcy.

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These records were donated to the South Peace Regional Archives by Greg Marcy in 2010.

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Accession number: 2010.03

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0392

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South Peace Regional Archives

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  • English

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