Parental involvement is critical to Scouts. While not compulsory, your support of 1st Drysdale helps to ensure your children – and their friends – benefit from a strong, vibrant group.
There are a number of ways you can support 1st Drysdale Scouts…
Cub and Scout Leaders
Did you know that grown-ups can be Scouts? By becoming a Cub or Scout leader, you can help guide our children through a rewarding and fun program… and have fun yourself along the way.
You can also achieve valuable qualifications through our Scout Leader training program, gain leadership experience and make new friends along the way.
Cub and Scout leadership is open to all adults over the age of 18 and you don’t have to have a child in Scouts to become a leader. For more information, please contact 1st Drysdale.
1st Drysdale Group Committee
1st Drysdale has an active Group Committee which helps keep the Group running by overseeing a range of administration and fundraising operations. Any parent may join the Group Committee which meets once per month.
You can help on a more ad hoc basis if you wish by supporting club management and fundraising activities such as our annual trivia night, garage sale, working bee and scrap metal collection. You can also help by being a parent helper at a Scout night. It’s a great way to see how everything comes together.