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  • Meet our third Assistant Unit Leader, David

    Author: Gary Bainbridge | Date: 14th August 2017

    Name: David Love

    Scouting role: Assistant Unit Leader, Clyde Jamboree Unit & SHQ Commissioner for Scouts

    How long have you been involved in Scouting? 18 years

    Favourite Scouting memory: Sunrise morning on 1st August at the centenary jamboree 2007

    #iScout because I enjoy the fun, skills, challenge and adventure

    #funfact about me: My nickname is Smiley

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  • Meet Sam from our World Scout Jamboree Unit

    Author: Gary Bainbridge | Date: 12th August 2017

    Name: Sam Murdoch

    Role in Scouting: Assistant Scout Leader with 1st Insch Scouts & Assistant Unit Leader, Clyde Jamboree Unit.

    How long have you been involved in Scouting? Since I was a Beaver aged 6 and have never left.

    Favourite Scouting memory: Going to the World Scout Jamboree 2011 in Sweden as a participant

    #i.SCOUT because I want to give young people the fantastic experiences I had as a Scout.

    When I am not Scouting, I play rugby for my local team and a fun fact about myself is that my initials spell my name (S)am (A)lexander (M)urdoch.

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  • Introducing Laura from our Jamboree Unit Leadership Team

    Author: Gary Bainbridge | Date: 12th August 2017

    Name: Laura Yuill

    Scouting role: Assistant Beaver Scout Leader 159th Glasgow and Assistant Unit Leader, Clyde Jamboree Unit.

    How long have you been involved in Scouting? Officially 10 years starting as an Explorer in 2007 but with both my parents being involved I have grown up with Scouting.

    Favourite Scouting memory: Would have to be completing my Explorer belt in Estonia in 2013. It was tough at times and I said never again on completion. By the presentation 3 weeks later, it was when can I do something like this again? It was an amazing experience meeting local people and working alongside them along with Scouts from all over Scotland.

    #iScout because I want to give others the opportunities I've had through Scouting and more.

    When I am not Scouting, I am a Curling coach at Braehead ice rink.

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