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Author: Gary Bainbridge | Date: 09-11-2010
With just under 2 weeks to go until curtain up, new members of the Glasgow Gang were 'invested' recently when they received their red neckie.
The coveted red neckie with the Gang Show crest on the tail is only presented to those who have been a cast member of a Gang Show or to those who have worked as part of the staff team with the show and our staff have to work over several years before they are presented with their neckie.
The cast of this year's show are almost ready to entertain you with something that everyone will enjoy. Glasgow Gang Show 2010 will celebrate Scotland's very own weather, some traditional songs featuring London, a celebration of 65 years since the end of the second world war and a tribute to the late, great Al Jolson before being treated to the wonderful sound of the 2010 Gang in our thought provoking Finale which includes a tribute to the musical Glee.
To buy tickets for this year's show, visit clyd.de/gsticketsTweet
Author: Gary Bainbridge | Date: 06-11-2010
Remember the summer and those outdoor activities? For most of us, it is now but a distant memory as we settle in to winter weather and enjoying indoor activities.
Beaver Scouts Jonathan, Charlie and James from the 1st Glasgow received their Chief Scout's Bronze Award on a day 'out and about' this summer and from the pictures below, they looked as if they were certainly enjoying their activities.
Thanks to Abdul Mateen for the pictures
Author: Gary Bainbridge | Date: 05-11-2010
For those young people who are still using the Record Book system, when you have completed Bronze or Silver, make sure your book is properly completed and signed then send it to Ron Alexander who will check them and if OK will sign them and issue a certificate and pin badge.
When you think you have completed your Gold Award, please contact Ron Alexander for advice on how to proceed.
For those young people who are on the new online eDofE ,they should be entering all their evidence, with as much detail as possible online. Signed Keeping Track pages from the booklet can be scanned and added as evidence to each section, along with photographs, etc. Once the participant feels that they have enough to complete a section they should send it to their leader on the system. If everything is correct, the Leader can then approve the section. Once all sections have been approved this then goes to our Award Manager, if all is OK he will send out Bronze or Silver certificates and pin badges. For Gold Awards, this also has to go to DofE Scotland.
Leaders should be aware that the new eDofE system is a 'labour saving device' for you as it's the Participants who enter the details and you have no books to chase after.Tweet