FIRST Myrtleford Scouts celebrated the achievements of some of its Cub Scouts as well as thanking two outgoing leaders last week.
Cubs Nicolas McIntyre-Ellis and Brody Wilson were presented with their Grey Wolf Awards, the highest honour for a Cub, last Monday night.
To obtain the award the two had to earn a golden boomerang, have completed four level two badges in different categories and one special interest badge as well as attend at least four different outdoor activities and two pack councils in the last year.
A linking ceremony was also held to celebrate their transition from Cubs to Scouts which they will move on to at the beginning of the next term.
The Scout group is now looking for new leaders after Charles Hajek and Conrad Brown stood down from their roles after 10 years and six years of involvement respectively.
Group leader Ian Dean said the next challenge was to quickly fill the positions of leaders who could help oversee the four different sections.