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New Vice President - James Carter

20 May 2020

Following the appointment of former Vice President, Jan Turbill to Chief Commissioner, James Carter has been elected Vice President from now until the AGM in August. Congratulations James!

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Our Chief Commissioner's address re COVID-19 addresses

24 Apr 2020

Listen to our Chief Commissioner, Jan Turbill lead you through our plans to be a stronger organisation on the other side of COVID-19

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Scouting From Home

14 Apr 2020

Find out how you can join Scouting, share in some of our awesome activities or discover what your friends have been raving about.

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Scouts SA appoints it's 19th Chief Commissioner

02 Apr 2020

Welcome Jan, Farewell Harry! Scouts SA is proud to announce Jan Turbill has been appointed as our 19th Chief Commissioner. Jan succeeds Harry Long who has devoted his life to Scouting and education and has served as our Chief for the last 5 years.

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The adventure continues!

10 Dec 2019

Do you have the post AJ2019 Blues? There is plenty of adventure still to be found!

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Glen Osmond Scout Group has been training youth in life-enriching skills for over 100 years.

Scout Hall Reopening Out/2015

Scout building for Glen Osmond Scouts has been in Ridge Park since 1924. In 1968, the original Scout Hut was replaced on the same site. In 2015 after a major renovation (new painting and a new roofing replacing the old asbestos one) the scout hall was reopened after a short period where activities were suspended.

You can read much more about the Scout Group by clicking the following links:

Why is the Glen Osmond Scout Hall in Myrtle Bank?

In 1909, when the Scout Troup was formed, the villiage of Glen Osmond had "The Vine Inn", a post office, a blacksmith and some general stores to service the vineyards, the silver-lead mines, and the stately houses in the locale. On an area of the private property "Ridge Park",  cricket has been played since the 1860's. Glen Osmond was the area on both sides of Glen Osmond Road and on both sides of Cross Road. When new suburb boundaries were defined, that part of the Glen Osmond village west of Glen Osmond Road was renamed Myrtle Bank and that south of Cross Road renamed Urrbrae.