With the aid of Senior Scouts, improvements have been carried out at Nutley, decorations to the huts have been completed and various odd jobs about the Camp have been done, and here again my previous remarks apply, but perhaps the influx of new blood will put that mead of enthusiasm into the crew that I am afraid has been lacking recently.
We have a considerable amount of work on hand in the Handicrafts section to complete, but at this time of the year we have concentrated more on the outside section of the work. One very needful job is now nearing completion, i.e., the lawn in front of the hall, and this again has had to be carried out with the aid of the Senior Scouts, under the direction of Scoutmaster and Rover Fred Bashford, Ass. Scout Master & Rover Mate Wilf. Dann. The writer hopes to see this completed at an early date and instead of the unsightly mess, as heretofore we shall see a neatly kept lawn, on which both Rovers and Scouts should find considerable scope for many open-air games.
L. T. G. J.
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