To commemorate its very first public appearance on May 15th 1934 on Saint La Salle’s Day, The De La Salle Scout Pipe Band will retrace those first steps on Saturday 18th of May at 2pm with a parade from St. Stephen’s national school into Waterford City.
It’s that time of year again when the De La Salle Scout Pipe band played for the Culture Night in Waterford City.
This year has been an interesting one for me. As my first year as Group Leader draws to a close, I have quite a bit to reflect on.
On August 3rd the De La Salle Scout Pipe Band and its support team will leave Waterford for ten days to participate at the world famous Festival Interceltique de Lorient in Brittany, northern France.
Elaine Hayes has made history by becoming the group’s first Female Group Leader. We we asked Elaine what she can bring to the table, read on to find out.
Annual Camp is a Love/Hate thing, loved by Scouts, hated by Leaders for the sheer logistical nightmare it involves, read on to see how the 3rd enjoyed theirs.
Join Alex on his journey through Iceland as part of the Crean Challenge 2016.
Matthew Gaynor of the De La Salle Ventures gives an account of their 5 night stay in Shielbaggan Adventure Centre last month, which included a day trip to Oakwood theme park in Wales.
A Venture Scout who has been there, bought the t-shirt and ironed the neckerchief – An account from Matthew Gaynor on what the County Challenge is about and where it is going in the future.
This year for the annual St. Patrick’s weekend walk, three long distance hikers from Waterford Scout County took on the Dingle Peninsula in the form of the Dingle Way.