iProj Mexico 2014

On May 3, 2014, a contingent of 22 Rovers and Advisors from the 180th Pacific Coast Scout Group will be heading to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico for our fourth International Service Project (something we affectionately call “iProj” within our Group). Even though our Group’s International Service Project is in its fourth incarnation, what makes this trip even more special is the fact that this is the first joint project with the 1st Rivorton Rover Crew from Fredericton, New Brunswick.

Bronze Smiling Face awarded to 180th Pacific Coast Scout Group

Bronze Smiling Face awarded to 180th Pacific Coast Scout Group

  Echoing the 1st Rivorton Rovers, we too were presented the Bronze Smiling Face for our work during our International...

A heartfelt message from Mexico for the successful International Community Service Project 2014

A heartfelt message from Mexico for the successful International Community Service Project 2014

  The students and teachers of Volcanes Primary School have sent us a heartfelt message written on an adorable collage...

Letter from the National Chief Scout of Mexico, Lorena Valdez

Letter from the National Chief Scout of Mexico, Lorena Valdez

During our celebration gala dinner in Puerto Vallarta, members of our contingent were very surprised to receive a letter from...

How the service project in Puerto Vallarta went from conception to complete

How the service project in Puerto Vallarta went from conception to complete

On behalf of the Canadian contingent, Eli Chan gives our welcome in both English and Spanish at the official inauguration...

Thank You, Scouter Moy!

Thank You, Scouter Moy!

By Anthony Lam, with contributions from Eli Chan – 180th Pacific Coast Scout Group Going to a country for a...

Top 10 Ways to Make Reading An Adventure

At the Volcanes Elementary School, we were able to assist the youth learning English by reading with them. We pulled...

A Note of Gratitude – Thank you Mexico Scouts

A Note of Gratitude – Thank you Mexico Scouts

Our International Service Project has come to an end, but our contingent cannot leave without thanking some special people in...

Everything but the kitchen sink: Panorama of the #iProj14 Kitchen

Everything but the kitchen sink: Panorama of the #iProj14 Kitchen

What you see before you is the “Cocina”; the Kitchen. When completed, this kitchen will allow the Volcanes Elementary School...

A Visual Voyage through iProj 2014: Part 2 of 2

A Visual Voyage through iProj 2014: Part 2 of 2

Please enjoy the last photo summary of the second week of our International Service Project in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.

Being rich is not about how much money you have, but how much you can give

Being rich is not about how much money you have, but how much you can give

By: Linda Koch The second part of our International Service Project took place at Volcanes Primary School. When we arrived, we...

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