Outdoor Adventure Skills, Special Interest Areas, additional awards

The presentation of an Outdoor Adventure Skill, Special Interest Area or other additional award represents the end of a concerted effort from an individual Scout on something that interests them.

Many of these achievements will be something that Scouts feel especially proud of, and will hold many good memories.


A Cub Scout completes their Stage 3 Boating; their presentation is held on a sailing boat.


A Scout is awarded a Special Interest Area for their role in planning and delivering a community art mural. The presentation of the Special Interest Area is held at the opening of the mural with members of their Project Patrol and the community present.


A Rover Scout completes their Language Emblem in Arabic. They invite a fellow Arabic-speaker along for some of the presentation to be conducted in the language.

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