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Farandoles

In the St. Mesrob Scouts Group, The Farandoles is a group of 5 to 8-year-old girls. They come from different schools and circles and are happy to spend their time together as friends. The gatherings usually take place on Sunday mornings. The kids start their day with going to mass and continue with a fun and special program, prepared by the group leader, to have a good time together. During the year, the girls work on a theme and engage in outings and meetings.



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Cub Scouts

The Cub Scouts (Louvetaux) are boys of 7 to 12 years old, who balance their recreational pastime activities with their active scout lives. They gather together every Sunday from 8 to 11:30 am, in order to expand their knowledge, to learn new songs, to play new games, to achieve their real goal: Always do your best. During the year, they work on their “promise”, and continue their activities, opening the wolf’s first eye, followed by the other eye.



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Brownies

The Brownies (Jeannettes) are active young girls, aged 8 to 12. During the year, they work on different projects, following the Brownies’ 5 principles, and based on the year’s general theme.



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Guides

Loyal to the principles of scouts, each Guide (Arenoush) promises to always be ready to help others in any task, to serve for the union, the church and the nation, to give without expectations, to spread the positivity of charity to others.



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Teamsters

The St. Mesrob’s Teamsters’ union is named St. Vartan. This group made up of young adults is filled with life, and a constant push to serve the society, God, and country. The St. Vartan Teamsters are famous for their pioneering mission in building the community, and with their selfless charitable work that consists of giving without expectations. The Teamsters’ existence has 5 characteristics: Spiritual, Physical, Scout, Faith, and Self-improvement. These characterize the Teamster; the St. Vartan Teamster has high morals and a will to serve others.



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Caravels

Who are the Caravels? The young women aged 16 to 18 are caravels in the “nucleus” of scouts. The caravel is a young woman, filled with life, who is characterized by her maturity and sense of responsibility, ready to become the future’s humble leader. They serve God, their communities, and the scouts groups, without forgetting to self-improve. Our activities involve weakly gatherings, where the girls are informed about news concerning various interesting subjects. Moreover, there is a special day where the caravels present the work they had carried in the previous three months.



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Scouts

The Scout movement’s goal is to help the youth in their physical, intellectual and spiritual growth, so that they can play a constructive role in the society. Scouting gives a chance to the youth to participate in special programs and new activities that contribute to their growth as responsible citizens. Scouting is divided into five smaller parts, with each of them having a leader and an assistant. We have an annual plan based on which we carry our plans. At first, it is important to learn how to work wood, after which comes the collection of gifts for orphans, and finally, on the 24th of December, the preparation of the Christmas eve program, in the presence of family and friends.



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Group Leaders

One of the most important parts of the St. Mesrob Scouts is its Group leaders’ team. Formed by 20 scouts, our scout council gathers weekly to organize and prepare new programs, events, camps, and to set the entire year’s program, in order to ensure a great discipline and to make tomorrow’s Armenian young men and women, who will, in their turn, become our scout leaders.



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