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CARBERRY BOY SCOUT GROUP fonds
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CA CPA 1992.42
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The Carberry Boy Scout Group Charter #400 was established in 1971 to provide group activities to boys of the area. Scouting activities had begun in the area in the 1920's. It was a section of what is now known as Scouts Canada. Further information is unknown.
Records have been presented to the Carberry Plains Archives in 1992 by Albert Parsons of Carberry, who was Principal of R. J. Waugh School at that time.
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Fonds consists of a certificate for tree planting (1981), Charter renewals (1971-1982 not inclusive), certificate for the group (1971). Includes sewn crest.
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