The Group would like to wish Stasia Coughlan all the best for the future and thank her sincerely for her 25 years of dedicated commitment having decided to hang up her necker.
We went to Portlaw to go on the train at 11 o’clock.
Our Annual Flag selling weekend is coming up on the Weekend of 22nd 23rd & 24th February. With big cutbacks in Grants to Groups like ourselves we have become increasingly reliant on Fundraising. Unfortunately the income from fundraising over the last couple of years has fallen due to a number
Today we all met at the den at 6pm for a surprise outing.
Well done to the members of the 7th Beavers (Monday Night) who braved the rain to attend the “National Trails Day” hike in Portlaw woods on Sunday 2nd October. Along the way they learned how to identify signs of wild animals as well as all the Irish flora!
The Mayor of Waterford, Cllr. Mary Roche, and the De La Salle Scouts and Band took part in a tree planting ceremony at The People’s Park on Saturday 12th March. This ceremony recognised that trees are an essential part of our environment and by doing something as simple as planting
Group Leader, Owen Riordan has confirmed that the De La Salle Scout Group was awarded the System of Quality Scouting Excellence Award for 2009. The SQS Award is a quality strategy adopted by Scouting Ireland that challenges Groups, Counties, Provinces and National Teams to provide a high standard of Scouting to its
All members and parents are reminded that the De La Salle Scout Group Registration night will be held in the Den on Wednesday 4th November 2009 from 7.30pm. It is imperative that Registration fees be paid each year as it registers your child for the year with HQ in Dublin so they
Above: Members of the 3rd Macaoimh march on our Faithlegg Scout Centre to plant trees in April 2009. Owen Riordan, Group Leader would like to express his gratitude on behalf of all at the De La Salle Scout Group for the support from the Waterford community during their local flag day.
On the occasion of the 100th anniversary of world scouting, the De La Salle Scout Group were delighted when the Waterford Today newspaper which has a circulation of over 17000 copies in and around Waterford City decided to run a full page feature on the group. The article was run