July month’s Scouter a day program was held on 6thJuly 2011 with the patronage of Santhush Weeraman, the most famous scout the College Scout Group has produced in the recent past. This program which is jointly organized by the Scout Group and the Royal College Old Scouts Association brings together distinguished past scouts of Royal College and the present scouts where the pasts scouts share their knowledge and experience with the present scouts.
It was a day to remember with very good turnout of cub scouts and scouts (some of them have turned up for the first time after a few months). Santhush did a very inspiring program which was able to take the attention of all who were present, the young and the old. He also promised to return in few months time, by when he wanted the scouts to achieve specific targets.

On behalf of the Royal College Old Scouts Association I wish to thank Santhush for taking time out from his very busy schedule to devote few hours for the betterment of scouting in the college.

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