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CHARLES EDWARD TANNER passed away on January 31, 2018 at the age of 95. Charlie was a senior member of Scouts Canada for over 50 years. Either as a youth leader, committee member, trainer or resource person, he supported and taught the Scouting brotherhood to so many youth. He was able to attend many Provincial, National and World Scout Jamborees. He championed the development of the George Lake Scout Camp in Eastern Manitoba as a wilderness camp. He spent many winters hauling in building material by snowmobile and summers adding to the original homestead cabin. He was one of the key members of the "Over-the-Hill-Gang". He was instrumental in organizing the Trail's End Popcorn warehouse for the annual provincial fundraiser. And he was always available to assist in the Scout Trees planting weekend. In October 2010, he was inducted into the World Scout Foundation in Ottawa. Charlie's motto was "always be twice as busy in your retirement as when you were working". He lived up to this and more! He was always willing to help when needed, be it with a kind word or an extra hand, and will be sadly missed.

Scouter Russ Hawkins was long time scouter with 19th Central United for over 30 years. Russ passed away peacefully on Thursday, January 25, 2018 at the age of 89 years.

James William Fell Sept 21, 2017, Jim joined scouting in 1945 at 13 years old and met his wife at the 1957 World Jamboree in England.  During Jim’s long Scouting history, he attended or assisted at one regional, eight Provincial, seven Canadian and two world jamborees, his last being CJ07 in Quebec.  Jim was awarded his 65 year pin in 2010 as well as having received the Silver Acorn, the Canadian Baden Powell Fellowship Medal and the Commemorative Centennial Medal.

Gerald Barker has packed up for his final hike and camp and has gone home Monday Oct 3, 2016.

Diane Smith, a past member of 1st John de Graff, group committee went home on April 30, 2015.   Diane had taken care of the popcorn for the group when it first started in Manitoba.

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