Scouts celebrate Founder's Day

Africa Scout Committee Chair,Lt Maina Kiranga and Vice Chair Africa Scout Foundation hand food hampers to families in Thamaga
Africa Scout Committee Chair,Lt Maina Kiranga and Vice Chair Africa Scout Foundation hand food hampers to families in Thamaga

Every year, on February 22, millions of people who have been a part of the Boy Scouts mark World Scout Day commonly known as Scouts Founder's Day.

It commemorates the anniversary of the founder of the Boy Scouts Movement, Lord Robert Baden-Powell. The day marks the birthday of Robert Baden-Powell.

First Baron Baden-Powell, the founder of scouting, was born in 1857. Baden-Powell was a British army officer who founded the Boy Scouts and Girl Guides. Born in London, England, he died in Kenya, Africa, on January 8, 1941.

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