On the photo from left to right: World Committee 2017 – 2020:
Vice-chairman Zalillah MOHD TAIB (Malaysia), Elin RICHARDS (Iceland), Mario BERTAGNOLIO (Italy), Vice-chairman Wahid LABIDI (Tunisia), Chairman Mathius LUKWAGO (Uganda) and Runar BAKKE (Norway)
The NSGF Denmark, Sct. Georgs Gilderne I Danmark, had its general assembly in Fredericia from 23rd to 24th September 2017. A new Board was elected for the period of two years.
Twinning is something wonderful that should happen even without using modern tools. On 22 July 2017 two Twinning Guilds celebrated more than 20 years of Twinning.
On 12th August three members of the Nepal Scout and Guide Fellowship supported people with special needs to have their eye checkup at a free eye clinic.
The 15th World Scout Moot has been held in Iceland from 25th July to 2nd August 2017. It is an official event of the World Organization of the Scout Movement (WOSM), hosted and organized by the Icelandic Boy and Girl Scout Association, for young people aged between 18 and 25 inclusive.
Anton Õunapuu (7 November 1887 – 2 April 1919) was the founder of the Boy Scouts in Estonia. He was buried on the Vändra Cemetry, 100 km from the capital of Talinn, on 9 April 1919. The Skautmaster gilde (Estonian Scout Masters), a new local Guild of young adults in the Estonia Fellowship organized on 29 April 2017 an excursion to the birthplace of the founder of the Estonian Scouting.
The National Council of the India Scout and Guide Fellowship was held on 15-16 April, 2017 in the Vivakananda Nagri, Khetri in the State of Rajasthan, India. The meeting was held under the chairmanship of National President Mr. Kalpesh S. Jhaveri. During the meeting a youth award ceremony took place, in which five youngsters of Bharat Scouts & Guides were felicitated.
About 30 Guild members from the Norwegian Fellowship participated in the “Nord2017”, the National Scout Jamboree for the Norwegian Scout and Guide Association. The event took place from 1 – 8 July in Bodø, north of Norway above the Arctic Circle. The Guild members were divided in several teams. One team supported food distribution while another team ran the Hotelt tent hotel for guests. Other teams were busy with the Stamp Bank or the Scout Museum exhibition.