Our 100th anniversary, JAMbe

100 Years of ScoutingThis year (work year 2006-2007 that is), all the Scouts all over the world are celebrating the 100th anniversary of Scouting. It was on August 1st, 1907 that Baden Powell blew his blew the South African Kudo horn on the Brownsea Island, opening the first Scouts camp ever. Throughout the year the Belgian Scout Organizations (we have 5 here in Belgium) have held some minor events throughout the year, but this weekend the biggest one ever in Belgium (and the 5th (give or take a few) in the world) took place: JAMbe, a weekend with all Belgian Scouts in Brussels (95.000 Scouts and Guides that is!)

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