LNP Member for Moggill, Dr Christian Rowan, has today announced that an elected LNP Government would invest $86,000 in the historic Kenmore Scout Group, to boost their capacity and run more activities at the scout den.
The funds will be used to restore the Quartermaster’s Store for safe equipment storage at the Scout Den. The commitment will also provide for weed removal and the laying of artificial turf on the parade ground, as well as the purchase of a canoe trailer and kayak.
Kenmore Scout Group Leader, Annie Ross, welcomed the commitment from Dr Rowan and the LNP.
“Improvements at the Den will provide Scout Youth Members in Kenmore a viable meeting place for the next 50 years,” said Annie Ross.
“The purchase of new equipment, and a replacement for the old Q-Store, will ensure that we have safely stored resources to facilitate the continued wide appeal of Scouting in the local community.”
“This commitment will go a long way in revitalising the facilities, and securing the future of the Kenmore Scout Group,” said Dr Rowan.
“Scouting activities include many outdoor experiences and are a wonderful experience for our enterprising young people.
“The skills they learn through scouting will stay with them throughout their lives, making them better community members.”
Only the LNP will better support Queensland families by building a Better Queensland.
This commitment for the Kenmore Scout Group is all a part of our plan to Build a Better Queensland, by building a better Moggill Electorate.
To find out more about the LNP’s Plan to Build a Better Queensland, please visit www.betterqueensland.org.au.