The meeting, which took place between April 27 – 28 in Metz gathered the chiefs of the Eurojams’ logistical and pedagogical subcommittees.


Present were also chiefs who looked over the progression of the projects and who voiced their opinion on the work of each of the groups. On Saturday afternoon, everyone visited the camp grounds, where next year aproximately ten thousand Guides and Scouts of Europe will be camping.


Martin Hafner, summing up the meeting, compared the progressing preparations to the start of spring, when nature awakes, and plants begin to blossom. A similar explosion of life is just taking place in the work of Eurojams’ pedagogical and logistical subcommittees.

Here’s an abstract of a youth program POZIOM of the polish TV channel 2 (Telewizja Polska 2).

The program showed different aspects of the day to day life of a scouts patrol during one of their saturday patrol’s meetings. The scouts showed what it’s like to cook using a real fire, to play, sing and be amongst friends.

The second part of the video is a conversation moderated by a young journalist. Ola, Pawel and Petryk speak about the scout movement and the service it brings to modern society with passion where living according to the scouts code is not always easy. Congratulations!

    lizigLucienne Geraud, born Lucienne Sournac was best known under the pseudonym Lizig Geraud-Keraod. She was the wife of Pierre Geraud, called Perig Géraud-Keraod. They met in Montauban (France) where she was Akela in the same group as him and they got married in 1941. 

    She participated with him in the adventure of the foundation and structuring of Scouts of Europe. She is the instigator of the major changes in this movement pedagogy specifically the female branch of Guides of Europe. A remarkable person on a human, cultural and spiritual level. Her funeral took place today, Tuesday, May 7, 2013 in Chateaubriand (Loire Atlantique).
    Dear Lizig thank you for such dedication to the European Scouting!
    With all the Guides and Scouts of Europe today, and all those who preceded them, we pray for you.