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Group Logo & History

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Affirmation of Alpha Phi Omega's involvement in the community gave rise to the formation of 1st Philippine Eagle Scout Group on 20 September 1993, with its affiliation with Scout Association of Australia. The main thrust of the Group is to build good citizenship among the youths of this country. Alpha Phi Omega is the sponsoring body of the Group.


1st Philippine Eagle Scout Group was formally launched on 19 December 1993 at the Bundilla Scout Training Centre with Kay Stringfellow, NSW Branch Commissioner Cub Section, as the Adviser. The first group of uniformed leaders and the first parents committee were formed as well. Since that day, the 1st Philippine Eagle Scout Group had been functioning under the strict guidance of the Scout Association of Australia.


In scouting, duty to God - whatever the religion - is reaffirmed, good citizenship is reinforced and leadership traits are enhanced. These are done through approved activities under the strict supervision of qualified leaders.


These are men and women, 18 years old and over. They are trained the basic and sectional techniques courses given by the Scout Association of Australia. These leaders are citizens of Australia with good moral character, willing to take the responsibilities of teaching the youth members the aims and principles of scouting.


Young boys and girls, 7 1/2 to 15 years old, are welcome to join the scouting world of fun, adventure and good citizenship.

1st Philippine Eagle has two sections, the Cub pack (7 1/2 to 11 years old) and the Scout Troop (11 1/2 to 15 years old). It is a multi cultural group and everyone is welcome to join. At present the Group's members are from Filipino, Polish, Australian and South African ancestries.


Please bring the child to the next weekly Scouting meeting for formal registration. The venue is the 1st Philippine Eagle Scout Hall, corner Sydney & Boyd Sts, Blacktown.

The first five to six weeks of the child's weekly scouting activities are geared towards the child's preparation for Investiture. During these six weeks, the child's physical, intellectual, spiritual and social behaviour, as well as interest in scouting, are monitored by the Adult Leaders and plans are made for each relevant area of development of the child's character and good citizenship. The Investiture usually happens on the 6th or 7th week of Scoouting activities. Once invested, the child becomes a bonafide member of the World Scouting Movement.

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