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, 39 Scoutmasters, 30 Assistant Scoutmasters, and 3 Honorary Surgeons. Among the Scouts, there were 126 Patrol Leaders and 94 Second Class Scouts.
1st Summerland Group
1st Summerland Scouts, Cliff Borton Scoutmaster
1st Penticton Group, (“The Penticton Troop of Boy Scouts”)
Penticton Corps of Baden Powell’s Boy Scouts, Rev Ferguson Miller Scoutmaster, R. Cantell ASM (Charles Edwards replaced him as ASM in late spring of 1911). About 40 boys in troop.
Support group called “Citizens Boy Scout Association”, G.W. Guernsey, President.