1st Cromehurst Special Needs Group award first Pioneer Cord Print

1st Cromehurst Special Needs Scout Group awarded its very first Pioneer Cord to Anton Terzarghi at its Christmas Party in December 2016.

Founded in February 1974, 1st Cromehurst has waited over 40 years to achieve this milestone. As part of his Pioneer Cord Anton ran a scout disco for the local scouts and raised money for the Troop. He was one of the four Cromehurst youth members who attended the Australian Jamboree in 2016, and was an integral part of planning the troop camp at Camp Kariong last August. Since joing Scouts in 2013 Anton has acheived great things and developed leadership skills. Anton will be one of our first Venturers when the Unit becomes operational.

The Pioneer Cord was given at 1st Lindfield Scout Hall, where 1st Cromehust meets, in the presence of State Commissioner for Special Needs, Mark Burfield, Regional Commissioner for Special Needs, Beth Mitchell, Ku-Ring-Gai District Commissioner, Allen Hyde and the past and present Leaders of 1st Cromehurst Scout Group.

Anton Terzaghi receives his Pioneer Cord Dec 2016