The Beit Sahour Orthodox Orthodox Camps Camp Concludes with the Participation of 514 Scout Boys

Posted on: 16/07/2022 (Last updated: 16/07/2022 Time: 19:34)

Bethlehem – Together – The scout group of the Arab Orthodox Culture Club in Beit Sahour concluded its 38th scout training camp, which was held on the grounds of the Shepherds Field Monastery in the city of Beit Sahour and lasted for 10 days with the participation of 514 members of the group, including cubs, flowers, scouts, guides, hikers and leaders. .
The closing ceremony took place in a grand festive and joyful atmosphere, attended by a large audience of the people of Beit Sahour and the Governor of Bethlehem, presented by Hani Al-Hayek, Mayor of Beit Sahour, Adviser Moataz Sayej, Lieutenant General Jibril Rajoub, President of the Palestinian Scout Association, Archimandrite Ignatius, Head of the Shepherds Field Monastery, and Father Saba Khair Father George Bannoura, Eng Raed Al-Atrash, Head of an Orthodox Cultural Club in Beit Sahour, Mr. George Hilal, Head of the Church representatives, and Mr. George Abu Aita, head of the Orthodox Charity Association, and a large crowd of exploration leaders in Palestine, leaders of scout groups in Bethlehem, the city’s residents and representatives of national and official events.
The ceremony began, with the camp’s participants entering the camp in a procession to the camp site, welcoming the scout song in regular steps and with great force, amid applause and the audience, and thereafter the wind orchestras of the group played the Palestine. National anthem.
Commander Grace Qumsieh, leader of the scout group, welcomed the guests and attendees and thanked them for their continued support and support for their scout group, indicating their absolute confidence in this group.
He pointed out that the group is considered one of the largest and oldest scout groups in Palestine, the most active, and works to implement the correct scout curricula and principles. e.g. continuous weekly activities.
In his speech delivered by the representative of the team, Jibril Rajoub, Adviser Moataz Sayej, Secretary General of the Scout Association, he said:
At the beginning of my speech, I would like to convey to you the greetings of Lieutenant General Jibril Rajoub, Chairman of the Supreme Council of Youth and Sports and President of the Palestinian Scout Association, who greets you for this wonderful camp.
He added: It gives me great pleasure to be among you as you conclude the activities of this camp in which you have worked with all earnestness and sincerity, and to see this elite of the sons of the scout movement who serve as the basis for the construction is considered. an effective national scout movement.
He continued: Scouting is a sublime message that encourages brotherhood, cooperation and love, and instills the highest values ​​of belonging in the hearts of the participants, and from here I salute all who contributed and supervised this wonderful camp. , And I congratulate you. on the occasion of its successful conclusion.
While the mayor of Beit Sahour Hani Al-Hayek said that the presence of this number of participants is due to: the ability of the camp leaders to convince these people to join them and establish this camp.
In turn, the head of the Arab Orthodox Culture Club, Beit Sahour, engineer Raed Al-Atrash, thanked everyone who contributed to the success of the camp, saying he bowed to these leaders, whose number more if 514 participants were.
Al-Atrash emphasized the importance of what the camp’s residents had learned about steadfastness, steadfastness on this ground, discipline, and dedication.
Eventually all the supporting institutions and sponsors were honored, and the camp was closed according to the reconnaissance traditions.
The closing ceremony included wonderful art and folklore performances that won the admiration of the audience.
During his stay, the camp was visited by a large number of families and representatives of scout groups, events and national institutions.
It is noteworthy that the Arab Orthodox Club Group holds its annual scout training camp in Beit Sahour, which is considered one of the traditional annual activities in the city and the governor and enjoys wide public attention, in addition to the fact that it constantly holds scout camps on set for teams and vanguards that last for short periods.
The program of this camp included training in exploration skills and art, becoming more involved in the principles and goals of the exploration movement, independence, outdoor life within the system of small groups (vanguard), cooperation and love of volunteering, by lectures, events, games and exploration activities, under the supervision of the leadership staff. Scouts in the group, distinguished by years of leadership experience, and the majority of them hold the wooden weapon, which is the highest ranking of the world reconnaissance movement.

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