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a gay festivity

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UK chief scout Bear Grylls said: "World Scout Jamborees only happen every four years and tens of thousands of Scouts attend each one.
TWO Scouts from Loughborough have joined 40,000 others taking part in the World Scout Jamboree, a skills and adventure festival in West Virginia, USA.
The Boy Scouts' 24th annual World Scout Jamboree is scheduled for July 21 through August 1, 2019, and global Boy Scouts leadership is mandating that condoms be "readily and easily accessible" for the event.
The teenager, who has been a scout since the age of six, is delighted after being asked to represent Yorkshire in the World Scout Jamboree.
A GROUP of Teesside Scouts has been selected to go to the 23rd World Scout Jamboree in Japan in 2015.
Denton, TX, January 09, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Bird dog lovers from all over the United States are planning a Jamboree in Madison, FL on the dates of March 7-9, 2014.
SCOUTS from South Wales have been making international connections at the 22nd World Scout Jamboree in Sweden.
1 -- Sri Lankan scout contingent attending the 22nd World Scout Jamboree in Sweden make use of their ten day World Jamboree to promote the image of the country as a destination for lovers of wild life, eco tourism and site seeing in the midst of a people with friendly and hospitality atmosphere.
According the Jamboree official Website the King was quoted as saying "As many of you already know I have been a scout since I was a little boy, and I have attended many scout meetings as well as World Scout Jamborees around the world.
SCOUT jamborees are under threat because of new Government vetting rules for helpers, it was claimed yesterday.
Jeep Jamborees have been around since 1952, when a group of business people held the first one in Georgetown, Calif., primarily as a way to draw visitors to the small Northern California town.
Archery organizations across the United States and Canada hold weekend shoots called jamborees that are not only a lot of fun for archers, but also money makers for dealers.
Parent and Hartford Scout fundraiser champion Lisa Forbes explained: "World Scout Jamborees take place every four years, with places limited and difficult to obtain.
Scouts from Aberdeenshire are part of the 5,000 Scouts from the UK joining 40,000 others taking part in the World Scout Jamboree, a skills and adventure festival in Western Virginia.