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  • Title: 1st Dublin Fairview Scouts
    Descriptive info: .. fairviewscouts@hotmail.. com.. Bí Ullamh-Be Prepared.. Close This Menu.. Sitemap.. Close.. Home.. Beaver Scouts.. Cub Scouts.. Scouts.. Venturers.. Leaders / Volunteers.. History of our Group.. Scout Prayer.. Scout Law.. Scout Promise.. Related Links.. Contact Us.. SI Community Award.. Service To Community.. Past Members.. New Sign & Banner.. 1st Dublin Fairview Scouts.. Archbishop s Own.. Members Area.. Login.. to access the Members Area.. *.. * Fairview Scouts Only.. One Progrmme.. Join Us.. Join today and discover all the benefits of becoming a Scout.. Join today and let the fun and learning begin!.. Updated: 30 January 2010..

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    Descriptive info: 11 July 2012.. Website Search & Sitemap.. "Search our website or view the sitemap".. Website Sitemap.. Search:.. Home Page.. Scouting Ireland Community Award.. Service to our Community.. Community Fun Day.. Charity & Fund Raising Events.. Past Members - Scouting Fellowship.. History.. Monday Beavers.. Friday Beavers.. Tuesday Cub Scouts.. Wednesday Cub Scouts.. Scout Camp 2007..

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    Descriptive info: 1st Dublin Fairview Scouts.. Choose a section.. ---------------.. Beaver Scouts (6 - 8 years).. The Beaver Motto is.. 'Sharing, Sharing, Sharing'.. Welcome to Beaver Scouts.. Beaver Scouts is the junior section of Scouting Ireland and is for boys and girls aged six to eight years of age.. Beavers meet weekly in the Scout Den and  ...   to stimulate the imagination and encourage members to have lots of fun whilst making lots of new friends.. In 1st Dublin Fairview we have two Beaver Colonies.. on Monday and Friday Evenings.. Check out the links above Choose a section to see the Beaver Scouts in Action!.. These are our colours:.. Updated: 14 September 2011..

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    Descriptive info: Cub Scouts (9 - 11 years).. The Cub Motto is.. 'Do Your Best'.. Welcome to Cub Scouts.. Cub Scouts is for boys and girls aged from 9 to 11 years and it's a great way to make loads of new friends and have a whole lotta fun too!.. Cubs usually meet once a week in the local scout den but that?s only half the story! About once a month, the pack goes hiking, swimming, camping, to the cinema or wherever you wanna go! That the cool thing about Cubs, you  ...   runs on what we like to call the ?gang system?.. Each pack is broken into smaller groups called sixes and each six has a leader called a sixer no, not an adult, a kid just like you! With the help of the sixers, the leaders in the group plan exciting activities and games for you to take part in its great!.. In 1st Dublin Fairview we have two Cub Packs.. on Tuesday and Wednesdays Evenings.. Check out the links above Choose a section to see the Cub Scouts in Action!..

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    Descriptive info: 1st Fairview Scouts.. Scouts (11 - 15 years).. The scout motto is.. 'Bi Ullimh' or 'Be prepared'.. Scout Leaders, Brendan, Steve, and Mick.. Brendan in Edinburgh Camp 2008.. County Challenge, Team Stag 2005.. County Challenge Team Buffalo 2005.. Camping weekend 18/06/04, Taylors Field , Larch Hill.. Scout camping weekend , Larch Hill 18 - 20/06/04.. Grub's up!.. Ugly face contest.. Pioneering Scouts.. Worried Faces, Midnight Ghost Stories.. Updated: 07 August 2008..

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    Descriptive info: The Venture Site.. Make contact to the Venture contact their exec.. firstfairviewventures@gmail.. Venture Scouts (15 - 19 years).. Shane Fitzpatrick Recieving his Bronze President's award June 2007.. Joey Crawley Recieving his Bronze President's award.. Venture Camp 2001.. Below are some pics of Venture camp 2001.. We went on a cruise on the river shannon for one week.. Updated: 01 April 2012..

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  • Title: 1st Dublin Fairview Scouts
    Descriptive info: Leaders or 'Scouters' (18+).. Although scouting is primarily regarded as a youth organisation, leaders are an integral part of every group.. After all, if there are no leaders there can be no activities.. In 1st Fairview, we are always looking for new adult scouters to help with the running of our group.. If you are over eighteen years of age, have a couple of hours  ...   not join us? See our contacts page for details.. You'll be surprised how much fun scouting is!!.. 1st Fairview Group Leader, Tom McKiernan.. Cub Leaders, Donna, Morgan, and Denis.. Steve meets the snake ! Reptile Haven 01/07/04.. Champion Skiers ! Tom and Denis on a recent trip to the Alps.. The Wise Viking ! Alan on the Cub Viking day last year.. Updated: 24 January 2008..

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  • Title: 1st Dublin Fairview Scouts
    Descriptive info: A history of scouting in Fairview.. The old Den in bad condition.. Whilst scouting in Ireland was started in 1908, the groups formed were attached to army barracks (British) or in schools and halls of The Establishment.. The nationalistic opinion of that time meant that many parents of young boys would not permit their sons to become scouts.. With this in mind and the promise of support from some leading parishioners, Rev.. Fr.. P.. Grogan met with a large group of boys under a lamp post on Richmond Road on the 9th December 1925, and from this first meeting a troop known as The Catholic Boy Scouts of Fairview was formed.. With their distinctive grey flannel uniform and all green neckerchief (scarf), within a very short time the membership soared.. With camping weekends and the first summer camp of 1 week in Santry Woods with the thrill of outdoor cooking and games under the guidance of Mr.. Leo Fitzmaurice (Brother of the famous aviator) and his team, Catholic Scouting in Ireland began.. With the approval of the Archbishop two brothers, Rev.. Frs.. Ernest and Tom Farrell paid a few visits to see the Fairview Scouts in operation.. They also visited a troop in Greystones, which was formed in February 1926.. In 1927 Frs.. Ernie and Tom, as they were affectionately known, formed the Headquarter troop of The Catholic Boy Scouts of Ireland (C.. B.. S.. I.. ) and within a few months troops of CBSI were in all 32 counties of Ireland.. When the Fairview Scouts were invited to join C.. they were given the title of 1st Dublin (Fairview) Troop and adopted the new navy blue uniform of the C.. Having to forsake the old grey uniform, the colours of the neckerchief incorporated the colours that are still in use today, Green and Grey halves.. At the official opening of Marino Church in 1928 (as a church of ease to The Visitation Fairview), the Archbishop Dr.. Edward Byrne was so impressed by the turnout of 1st Dublin that he presented to them the title of Archbishops Own with the honour of wearing his special crest (see above left).. This title has been successfully held to the present day.. With numbers increasing a second troop was formed, the 73rd Dublin, with a scout band.. But band practice and outdoor scouting couldnt compete and the band became known as The Marino Boys Brass Band under the conductorship of Mr.. Liam Devlin.. He was tragically killed a few years later and with his death this well known marching band ceased and the title of 73rd Dublin is with a Raheny Unit formed by an ex 1st Dublin leader, PJ Killackey.. After the 1932 Eucharistic Congress a galvanised hut was purchased and erected on parish grounds behind Marino Girls schools.. The Den or Hut as it was known was reasonably large and catered for scouting in Fairview and Marino for many years until the land was sold for the use of Dublin  ...   Association and the Carleton Hall committee, local scouting continued under difficulties during the next three years with a short spell in Grace Park Road Convent grounds.. This major set back to the Unit resulted in a concerted effort by the Ladies Committee (most of whose sons were no longer scouts), Past Members and the active scout leaders of 1st Dublin in a massive fundraising drive by forming a Den Building Committee.. With Cake/Book sales, Table Quizzes, Golf Classics and may other events and with the contribution from local traders and business, the massive sum (at the time) of £60,000 was raised.. With this money and a grant for the National Lottery Fund, the building of a new Scout Den on the old site began.. This entailed numerous meetings with Architects, Planners, Dublin Corporation, ESB etc.. The Unit must be forever grateful to the unstinting civic mindness of all those involved and their cheerful disposition that helped to keep the Unit functioning at that time.. Some past members were coerced into donating and supplying the Heating, Lighting, Tiling and furnishings for the Den.. Newly built den 1992.. The official opening of the new Den was performed by Mr Bertie Ahern, TD and Minister for Finance (later Taoiseach) and blessed by His Grace Dr.. Desmond Connell Archbishop of Dublin on the 1st March 1992 with many civic and Scout dignitaries in attendance.. Coinciding with scouting in the Den, a name change in CBSI occurred with the deletion of B for Boy, and the new name of (C.. ) Catholic Scouts of Ireland which was co-ed and the formation of a new section Beavers Colony (6-8 year olds), came about with the character building of scouting in the young members continuing.. After many years off negotiation between CSI and SAI (Scout Association of Ireland) the two associations have united under the title of Scouting Ireland, which came into existence on January 1st 2004.. Many changes will occur with uniform and titles during the next few years but with the continued dedication and guidance of Mr Tom Mc Kiernan, Group Leader, and his very able Scout Leaders team, the fulfilment of scouting principles and the well being of the young members is guaranteed well into the future.. Mr Pat Dunne.. In conclusion may I take this opportunity to thank the very large number of people whom I have met through scouting for their friendship and generous support during my 68 years with Fairview.. This I will value forever.. May the joy and fulfilment that I have experienced continue to flow in 1st Dublin Fairview and for the group to achieve the success it so richly deserves on the Scouting Trail.. Yours in Scouting,.. Pat Dunne.. A big thank you to former Unit Leader Pat Dunne for writing this piece and for all the years of effort he has put into scouting in Fairview.. The group would not be in the strong position it is today were it not for Pat.. Updated: 29 January 2008..

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    Descriptive info: A Scout Prayer.. Dearest Lord/Jesus,.. Teach me to be generous,.. Teach me to love and serve Thee as Thou derservest;.. To give and not to count the cost;.. To fight and not to heed the wounds;.. To toil and not to seek to seek for rest;.. To labour and to look for no reward;..  ...   St.. Ignatius Loyola).. Cub Scout Prayer.. Dearest Jesus/Lord help me to keep my promise, to do what is right and to help other people.. Amen.. Beaver Scout Prayer.. A Beaver should share, a beaver should care, help me Jesus/Lord to love to care and to share.. Other Prayers for Scouts.. Download Scout Prayers (198.. 9kb)..

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  • Title: 1st Dublin Fairview Scouts
    Descriptive info: The Scout Law.. A Scout is to be trusted.. A Scout is loyal.. A Scout is helpful and considerate to all.. A Scout has courage in all difficulties.. A Scout makes good use of time and is careful of possessions and property.. A Scout has respect for self and others.. A Scout respects nature and the environment.. Cub Law.. A Cub Scout always does their best, thinks of others before themselves and does a good deed every day..

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