Monthly Archives: July 2014

1919

            ( Courtesy of Summerland Museum Archives. Governor-General for Canada, the Duke of Cavendish, Chief Scout for Canada, visits the South Okanagan on October 19… Read more »

1918

Groups active? Numbers? 1st Summerland Group 1st Summerland Scouts, John Tait Scoutmaster 1st Penticton Group 1st Penticton Scouts, Mr Roe Scoutmaster. Known as “The Penticton Troop of Scouts”, sponsored by… Read more »

1917

Groups active? Numbers? 1st Summerland Group 1st Summerland Scouts, John Tait Scoutmaster 1st Penticton Group 1st Penticton Scouts, R.N. Atkinson Scoutmaster 1st Hedley Group 1st Hedley Scouts 1st Keremeos Group… Read more »

1916

Groups active? Numbers? 1st Summerland Group 1st Summerland Scouts, John Tait Scoutmaster 1st Penticton Group 1st Penticton Scouts, Mr Menzies ASM 1st Naramata Group 1st Naramata Scouts, J.C. Williams ASM… Read more »

1915

            1st Summerland Group 1st Summerland Scouts, john Tait Scoutmaster 1st Penticton Group Penticton Troop of Baden Powell’s Boy Scouts, Acting Scoutmaster F.L.Roe, followed by… Read more »

1914

1st Summerland Group 1st Summerland Scouts, John Tait Scoutmaster 1st Penticton Group Penticton Troop of Baden Powell’s Boy Scouts, R.M. Thompson Scoutmaster, Fred Fulkertson ASM 1st Hedley Group 1st Hedley… Read more »

1913

            With thanks to Okanagan Historical Society and Don Fisher, check out the uniforms at this 1913 camp 1st Summerland Group 1st Summerland Scouts, John… Read more »

1912

              With thanks to Penticton Museum and Archives. These photos are the property of the Museum, part of their growing collection of area Scouting… Read more »

1911

In March, 1911, The Penticton Herald reported some numbers for Scouting in British Columbia. There were 21 “centres” of Scouting, of which 9 were organized into “districts”, There 1025 Scouts,… Read more »

1910

            With thanks to Okanagan Historical Society and Don Fisher, this 1957 photo shows the second Troopleader of 1st Summerland Scouts, John Tait 1st Summerland… Read more »