Friday, 17 May 2013
Indonesia 2007 - Centenary of Scout Movement FDC
Scouting is a youth movement aimed at training physic and mental of its members as well as encouraging their involvement in various positive activities for community.
This movement began with Scout camp attended by 20 boys at Brownsea Island UK in 1907 led by Robert Baden-Powell, a lieutenant general of Great Britain Army and William Alexander Smith, a founder of Boy's Brigade. Since then, Scouting has been spreading from England across the World.