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History of Boy Scouts in Negros Oriental

Mr. Josefino Tulabing Larena Jr.a regular faculty of the Department of Liberal Arts, College of Arts & Education, St. Paul University. Penn has a Master’s degree in Public Administration Graduated in 2011 & Certificate in Professional Education in 2015 from St. Paul University Dumaguete. Bachelor of Arts major in History & Political Science Graduated in 2000 & 2001 from Silliman University

Boy Scout History of Mr. Penn T.Larena Jr. started as Kab and Junior Scout @ C.V.P.C now Negros Oriental State University 1987-1992 ,Senior Scout @ Colegio de Santa Catalina de Alejandria 1992-1996, Rover Scout of Silliman University Batch 1999, full member from 1999-2001

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History of Boy Scouts in Negros Oriental

  1. 1. BOY SCOUTS OF THE PHILIPPINES NEGROS ORIENTAL HISTORY Josefino Tulabing. Larena AB, CPS,CPE,MPA
  2. 2. Scout Movement • Scout Movement is a movement that aims to support young people in their physical, mental and spiritual development, that they may play constructive roles in society, with a strong focus on the outdoors and survival skills. • During the first half of the 20th century, the movement grew to encompass three major age groups for boys (Cub Scout, Boy Scout, Rover Scout) and, in 1910, a new organization, Girl Guides, was created for girls (Brownie Guide, Girl Guide and Girl Scout, Ranger Guide). It is one of several worldwide youth organizations.
  3. 3. Scouting Historical Background Robert Baden-Powell • In 1906 and 1907 Robert Baden-Powell, a lieutenant general in the British Army, wrote a book for boys about reconnaissance and scouting. Baden-Powell wrote Scouting for Boys (London, 1908), based on his earlier books about military scouting, with influence and support of Frederick Russell Burnham (Chief of Scouts in British Africa)
  4. 4. Scouting Movement of the Philippines • The BSP was chartered under Commonwealth of the Philippines Act No. 111 on October 31, 1936. Its predecessor was the Philippine Islands Council chartered by the Boy Scouts of America in 1923 through the work of American, Chinese, and Filipino businessmen and interest groups. • Scouting in the Philippines became official in 1923 with the establishment of the Philippine Islands Council of the Boy Scouts of America. The Philippines became an independent Scouting nation in 1938, with the handover of assets and duties of the BSA Philippine Council to the Boy Scouts of the Philippines. In 1940, the Girl Scouts of the Philippines was founded. In 1959, the 10th World Scout Jamboree was held in Mount Makiling, Los Baños, Laguna, the first world Scout jamboree held in Asia.
  5. 5. Logo Scout Oath • On my honor, I will do my best • To do my duty to God and my country, the Republic of the Philippines, and to obey the Scout law. • To help other people at all times, • To keep myself physically strong, mentally awake and morally straight.
  6. 6. The Scout Law The Scout Law • A Scout is: • Trustworthy • Loyal • Helpful • Friendly • Courteous • Kind • Obedient • Cheerful • Thrifty • Brave • Clean • Reverent
  7. 7. Senior Scout Code • As a Senior Scout, • I will live the Scout Oath and Law and the Senior Scout motto and slogan. • I will be familiar with the Constitution of the Philippines especially my rights and obligations as a Filipino citizen. • I will share in my responsibilities to my home, school, church, neighbourhood, community and country. • I will deal fairly and kindly with my fellowmen in the spirit of the Scout Law. • I will work to preserve our Filipino heritage aware that the privileges I enjoy were won by hard work, sacrifice, clear thinking and faith of our forefathers. • I will do everything in my power to pass a better Philippines to the next generation.
  8. 8. Vision and Mission • Vision • To be the leading provider of progressive, outdoor-based, non-formal education, committed to develop morally straight, disciplined, concerned, self-reliant citizens in the best tradition of World Scouting. • Mission • To inculcate in our Scouts love of God, country and fellowmen;To prepare the youth for responsible leadership; andTo contribute to nation-building according to the ideals, principles and program of Scouting
  9. 9. DUMAGUETE&NEGROSORIENTAL SCOUTINGHISTORY Early History
  10. 10. Early History • Troop 8 of Silliman Institute, Boy Scouts of America had the distinction of being the oldest Troop in the Boy Scouts in the Philippines with a continuous charter. There were other such troop in existence before Troop 8 but it did not continue. The only Troop of the Boy Scouts in the Philippine Islands which has a longer continuous record of registrations is Troop 1, composed of American boys connected with the American- European Y.M.C.A. in Manila. Troop 8 was registered by the writer in Silliman Institute in 1922 and received its charter from New York (Boy Scout Council, ed.) in January 1923, since that time it has registered every year. It was not until the coming of Mr. Farlan as Scout Executive in 1924 or 1925 that the work was officially organized and spread generally over the Islands.
  11. 11. Scouting Pioneer in Dumaguete Pastor Paul Doltz, scouting pioneer • Troop 8 was organized by Dr. Paul Doltz with the New York Boy Scout Council in 1922 which is the first Boy Scout troop in the Visayas. • Then Mr. Williman Guy was the first registered as the scoutmaster.
  12. 12. • The first Scoutmaster was the writer. Mr. Icamen was Asst. S.M. and some of the charter members were : • Jose Icard, Thomas Ghent, Conrado Bonifacio, Anastacio Maravilla, Sulpicio Logud, Engracio Escobar, Carlos Bill Raymond, Elias Day, Paul and Maxwell Hanlin, Jose Utzurrum (first Superintendent, Negros Oriental Agricultural School, Bayawan, Negros Or. , Jose Andrada (First Commodore of the Philippine Navy, Luis Ruiz, Francis Short and John Spring.
  13. 13. Troop 8 Officers with Carlos Bill Raymond
  14. 14. First Boy Scout troop in the Visayas
  15. 15. • The next Scoutmaster was Juan Uriate, who did a great deal for the troop, having had previous scouting experience in Cagayan, Misamis, before he came to Silliman. Mr. Manuel Cordero succeeded Mr Uriate and Mr. Layumas followed him being turn succeeded by Mr. Romeo Atienza (from San Carlos, Negros Occ, ed.). Mr Atienza secured his scouting training in Troop 8 and has become one of the best Scoutmasters in the Islands, being at present active in Union High School scout work in Manila, where he is taking his medical course.
  16. 16. 1931 Scouting Bindoy Villanueva Cup • At the field meet in Oriental Negros in 1931, when there were eleven troops competing with over 200 scouts in line, Troop 8 won the beautiful Villanueva Cup, donated by Senator Herminigildo Teves Villanueva.
  17. 17. TROOP 8, BOY SCOUTS OFAMERICA INFRONT OF THE SCOUT HUT IN THE 1930s
  18. 18. • In 1927 another Troop - No. 47 was organized through the efforts of Dr. James Chapman, largely among the boys of the Elementary Department. In 1928, the present Scout Hut was erected. This hut is also used by the three other troops in Dumaguete. the (Negros Oriental) HIgh School Troop No. 214, (Dumaguete)Elementary Troop No. 169 and (Negros Oriental) Trade School Troop 205 ( Now NORSU).
  19. 19. Scouting Pioneer in Dumaguete Dr. James Chapman • He was the one who included Environmental Advocacy in Boy Scout • and encouraged to planted more tree in the forest in Negros • Pioneer Scout master in Silliman University in 1927
  20. 20. POST- LIBERATION PERIOD Scouting History in Negros Oriental
  21. 21. The first boy to earn his Eagle rank, who completed the requirements for this rank at age 14 • Eagle Scout Carlos L. Madrazo Jr, former PL, SPL Troop 37 and Troop 6, SUHS, Assistant District Commissioner, Thunderbird District, Chief Seattle Council, Boy Scouts of America.
  22. 22. EAGLE SCOUTS FRATERNITYPHILIPPINES, 1954 Taken during the First National Scouts Jamboree at Balara, Quezon City. There are two Madrazos in this photo. Carl Madrazo Jr from Negros Oriental Boy Scout Council leftmost on the second row and Rodolfo M Madrazo, second most from the right with whiteT-shirt 2nd row from Zamboanga Boy Scout Council. Nilo Cabales, Negros Oriental Council Executive is number 7 on the second row.
  23. 23. BSP Charter of Negros Oriental
  24. 24. First National Boy Scout Jamboree
  25. 25. Scouting Movement Tanjay City Tanjay Cub Scouts ca. 1950
  26. 26. Scouting Movement Bais City Pack 20 Photo collection Late Scout Josefino Villanueva Larena Sr.
  27. 27. Scouting Movement Negros Oriental delegate to the National Scouting Jamboree
  28. 28. Inter- Island Provincial Jamboree circa 1950s Camp Enrique Villanueva Siquijor • Photo collection :Late Scout Josefino Villanueva Larena
  29. 29. St. Paul College ( now University) Boy Scouts & Girl Scouts • St. Paul College ( now University) Boy Scouts & Girl Scouts
  30. 30. St. Paul Scouting Movement • The Scouting movement started in 1960s by the SPC Sisters
  31. 31. 1963 World Jamboree
  32. 32. 1963 Delegate Scouters from the Philippines
  33. 33. Jose Fermin “Jojo” Magbanua • All 63 passengers of the United Arab Airlines flight died in the crash on July 28, 1963. Jojo was only 14 years old. He represented Troop 37 of the Silliman University High School and the Negros Oriental- Siquijor Boy Scouts Council in the jamboree. He was the only Visayan delegate.
  34. 34. Philippine Contingent 1963
  35. 35. Street in Quezon City name after Scout Jojo Magbanua
  36. 36. Pioneer Council Members
  37. 37. BSP Office Negros Oriental Council
  38. 38. DR. / Atty LUCIANO C. MAXINO Boy Scouts Advocate & Leader • Dr. Maxino finished his Bachelor of Laws (Cum Laude), Master of Education and Doctor of education from Foundation University. He also attended Amicus University , Syracuse University and University of Wisconsin. • He received numerous prestigious awards from educational, civic and government agencies in recognition of his many contributions, such as the Outstanding Alumnus of Foundation University, Plaque of Recognition from the Boy Scouts of the Philippines, Plaque of recognition from the Civil Service Commission, Presidential Award Plaque of Appreciation from Foundation University and Plaque of Recognition from Dumaguete City Water District. • Dr. Maxino served as Dean of the School of Law and President of Foundation University. He also was the Manager of Central Savings Loan Bank for Several years.Currently, he is the first Vice-Chairman of the Negros Oriental- Siquijor Council, BSP and Professional Lecturer in the College of Law and Graduate School of Silliman University. •
  39. 39. First Vice Chairman of the BSP Negros Oriental / Siquijor Council Dr./ Atty LUCIANO C. MAXINO • Four Decades of Serving the Boy Scouts in Negros Oriental • Outstanding Boy Scouts Executive in the Philippines • Delegate of Negros Oriental from Eastern Visayas to the National Jamboree. • Prime Mover of Boy Scouts in Foundation University • Lecturer of the National Scouting in the Philippines
  40. 40. BOY SCOUTS HALL OF FAME Negros Oriental
  41. 41. Hall of Fame Jose Pro Teves Mariano Perdices
  42. 42. Hall of Fame William Villegas First class Scout Jojo Fermin Magbanua
  43. 43. St. Paul University tradition in Boy Scout Leadership in Negros Oriental Council
  44. 44. Foundation University Pillars of Scouting One of our pioneer council member of BSP Negros Oriental Foundation University Scout Master and Troop Leader
  45. 45. NEGROS ORIENTALBSP DELEGATIONATTHE MT MAKILING JAMBOREE ~~ CHRISTMAS 1973
  46. 46. SCOUTING MOVEMENT IN THE 1990S
  47. 47. Boy Scouts Leadership in Negros Oriental 1990s
  48. 48. Renaissance Man of Scouting Movement in Silliman University & Father of the Silliman Rover Scout Circle 01 Hon. Judge Rafael Cresencio C. Tan, Jr. • Hon. Judge Tan, is the 2015 'Chief Justice Cayetano Arellano Awardee for Judicial Excellence'. This alumnus (SU AB,LlB,MPA) has been in Silliman University as Military Science Instructor, Department of Military Science and Tactics since the 1970s until now as the Asst. Commandant, SU Army ROTC Unit, and Rover Scout Adviser and Adjunct Professor, SU College of Law.
  49. 49. Rover Scout History of Dumaguete • Rover Scouts Circle 01 of Silliman University ROTC afflicted to the Boy Scouts of the Philippines Negros Oriental Council started in 1993 to trained young college students to be a responsible citizens and developed their skills in leadership and organizing for our community . • Rover Scout Circle 01 was a registered as a campus civic organization in the Council of Student Organizations of the Silliman University Student Government • Rover Scout Circle 01 activities including Feeding Program, Clean up, Tree Planting, Leadership development, Youth Program, Heritage & Local History Awareness, First Aid, Community Service, Gift giving every December in the Hospital , Environment Awareness, Church Involvement and Basic Mountaineering
  50. 50. First Batch with Atty Dax Montealegre,Albie Tamayo Marco and RAE "AER-BOY" ESPANCHO
  51. 51. Silliman University Rover Circle 01- Pioneering Batch. Founded in 1993
  52. 52. Atty Dax Montealegre, RPT Rover Scout logo
  53. 53. BSP PROVICIAL JAMBOREE - San Jose, Negros Oriental 1995
  54. 54. During the Japan Rover Moot and the Asia Pacific Rover Moot.
  55. 55. Rover Scout Basic Mountaineering
  56. 56. 1998 Volunteer in Habitat for Humanity
  57. 57. Community Service
  58. 58. Rover Scout Batch 1998
  59. 59. Rover Scout 1999
  60. 60. Batch 1999 Scout :Josefino T. Larena Jr.
  61. 61. Investiture Ceremony Venue • Silliman Church • Chapel of the Evangel
  62. 62. • Most of the Rover Scouts Circle 01 batches are very successful in their field of Endeavour's such as Medical Doctor, Lawyer, University Professor, Banker, Businessmen, Pilot, Dive master, Professional Tour Guide, Farmer, Government Service, Civic Leader, Engineers, Public Service and Working abroad . • We own it to Hon. Judge Rafael Cresencio C. Tan, Jr. for the kind of training and leadership he has given to us . • Thank you so much To God be our Glory
  63. 63. SCOUTING IN THE MILLENNIUM
  64. 64. Media Council Members in the Past Alex Rey Pal Atty. Alexander Romeo Geopano Amor
  65. 65. World Scouting Memorial Day July
  66. 66. BSP Headquartes
  67. 67. Senior Scouts of the Outfit 37 joined the 26thAsia-Pacific Jamboree last December 26, 2010 to January 3, 2011.
  68. 68. 26th Asia-Pacific Jamboree last December 26, 2010 to January 3, 2011
  69. 69. CWTS – Rover Scouting
  70. 70. Investiture Ceremony
  71. 71. Coastal Clean Up
  72. 72. Semaphore flag signals
  73. 73. Street Clean Up
  74. 74. Knot making in Rover Scout
  75. 75. Peace Month Celebration
  76. 76. Joint BSP-GSP Camporal
  77. 77. 4 top BSP officials given nat’l awards 2013 • Four (4) officers of the Negros Oriental Council, Boy Scouts of the Philippines will receive national awards from the Boy Scoutsof the Philippines on February 21, 2013 at the Philippine Scouting Center for Asia-Pacific Region, Mt. Makiling, Los Baños, Laguna on the occasion of the 57th Annual National Council Meeting scheduled thereat on February 19-22, 2013. They are Judge Victor C. Patrimonio, Chairman, Negros Oriental Council, BSP who will receive the award as Outstanding Chairman for 2012 and Mr. George M. Villamor and Mr. Dionisio E. Ramirez, Council Assistant Treasurer and Council Treasurer, respectively Silver USA and Bronze USA Awards.
  78. 78. Medal of Honor Scout Christian John N. Hingpit • In noble living news, two Philippine boy scouts save lives. Seventeen- year-old Christian John Hingpit and 16-year-old Jazon Yangzon rescued two younger boy scouts in Maasin City Forest Park, the Philippines. The boys were at a large gathering of boy scouts in the park.
  79. 79. BSP Council Officers
  80. 80. St. Paul University with Scout master Doris Rabanal Dago-oc
  81. 81. St. Paul University Boy Scout & Girl Scout with Scout master Doris Rabanal Dago-oc & Mayor Bentham de la Cruz of Amlan
  82. 82. BSP & GSP San Jose Negros Oriental with Mayor Melo Remollo
  83. 83. Scout Bernabe Valde Arcaya Jr.
  84. 84. Philippine Scouting Centennial Jamboree
  85. 85. Scout Memorial Day July
  86. 86. 99 years of Silliman U. Church with the Boys Scouts from Grade School to College
  87. 87. First Negros Island Boy Scout of the Philippines Invitational Jamborette
  88. 88. •“A person who values their goals actually values their achievements.” ― Onyi Anyado
  89. 89. • Mr. Josefino Tulabing Larena Jr.a regular faculty of the Department of Liberal Arts, College of Arts & Education, St. Paul University. Penn has a Master’s degree in Public Administration Graduated in 2011 & Certificate in Professional Education in 2015 from St. Paul University Dumaguete. Bachelor of Arts major in History & Political Science Graduated in 2000 & 2001 from Silliman University • Boy Scout History of Mr. Penn T.Larena Jr. started as Kab and Junior Scout @ C.V.P.C now Negros Oriental State University 1987-1992 ,Senior Scout @ Colegio de Santa Catalina de Alejandria 1992-1996, Rover Scout of Silliman University Batch 1999, full member from 1999- 2001
  90. 90. Photo credits: • Photo credits: Janice Magdalena • Carla Abella Maxino & Family • Jojo Larena & Family • Silliman University • St. Paul University Dumaguete • SPUD College of Arts & Education • Eagle Scout Carl L. Madrazo Jr . • BSP Negros Oriental Facebook Account • Rover Scout Circle 01 batch 1999 • Serafin D. Teves III • Doris Rabanal Dago-oc
  91. 91. • Rover Scout Circle 01 Facebook account • Atty. / Scout Dax Montealegre • Greg Morales • Adlai Amor and Family • Scout Josefino T. Larena Jr. • Scout . Vilfred L. Jayme • Atty. /Dr. Arturo Valencia Umbac • Pinili Cultural Educational & Heritage Society • Alex Baena • Foundation University • Silliman University Church
  92. 92. • Foundation University • SPUD Alumni Office • BSP Negros Oriental Council • Philippine History Class of SPUD under Sir Penn Larena • BSA,BSHRM,BSAT STUDENTS OF SPUD • Scout Bernabe Valde Arcaya Jr. • Ron Jacob Calumpang
  93. 93. Thank you so much
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Mr. Josefino Tulabing Larena Jr.a regular faculty of the Department of Liberal Arts, College of Arts & Education, St. Paul University. Penn has a Master’s degree in Public Administration Graduated in 2011 & Certificate in Professional Education in 2015 from St. Paul University Dumaguete. Bachelor of Arts major in History & Political Science Graduated in 2000 & 2001 from Silliman University Boy Scout History of Mr. Penn T.Larena Jr. started as Kab and Junior Scout @ C.V.P.C now Negros Oriental State University 1987-1992 ,Senior Scout @ Colegio de Santa Catalina de Alejandria 1992-1996, Rover Scout of Silliman University Batch 1999, full member from 1999-2001

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