Following the success of our trial Leaping Wolf Advancement Weekend run earlier this year, on the weekend of 21-23 October 2016Read more
As we strive to recruit new adults and retain the ones within our organisation, we decided to shed some lightRead more
As we continue to highlight the commitment and joy that adults bring to the Scouting Movement we now focus onRead more
The Table Bay Rovers had the chance to assist at this year’s annual Beaver Competition, run at the 1st TableRead more
This Saturday, 11 patrols of Scouts from the troops of the CW12 District were gathered to take part in theRead more
Good day everyone! Herewith the final instruction for this year’s Table Bay (CW12) District Orienteering Competition. The competition will takeRead more
For this year’s World Scout Scarf Day, the Crew visited the Two Oceans Aquarium and spent the day with someRead more
Good day everyone! It’s that time of year again for the Table Bay (CW12) District Orienteering Competition! As usual, willRead more
As some of you may know, and some of you may not, Saint George of Lydda is the patron saintRead more
This year, for Mandela Day, Damian and Shanet organised for us to make sanwiches fro the residents of The HavenRead more
Wow! That was one crazy roadtrip week! 6 of our Rovers, together with others from the 1st Pinelands and 2ndRead more
This year we had the opportunity to revive an old Scouting tradition – the CW12 District Campfire. With our gratiousRead more
The Table Bay, 1st Pinelands and Kanonkop Rovers recently carried out a pretty fun and interesting day-hike, visiting the someRead more
Warmest Greeting, Cubs, Scouts, Rovers, Parents and Leaders !!! As we approach the middle of winter and the weather getsRead more
This evening, the Crew met up at the Den to make some soup and food parcels, to be given to the Goodwood Salvation Army to distribute to the areas homeless. The raw ingredients had all been supplied by anonymous donors, to whom we are incredibly grateful.
Shanet had the whole thing planned out – the Crew was divided into 3 small teams who were each given the same ingredients and equipment. We were then challenged to make 10 L of soup each as quickly as possible, including the chopping and grating of all the raw ingredients. There was a catch though, all teams were handicapped by having theirs hands tied to each other – making even a simple task like grating a turnip incredibly tricky.2016-04-19 19.58.38
By the end of the night we’d filled a 30 L container with soup, and packaged 180 jam sandwiches. We hope to continue this type of service again in the future.
The ingredients added to the soup were carrots, radish, onions, potatoes, tomatoes, parsley and soup mix packet.
We grated all the vegetables and added them together into a pot fill with water which was boiling in the pot. While everything came to the boil, we blended the chopped ingredients in the pot and added the soup mix for eRead more