Activité au camp


This 16 in. x 20 in. painting, entitled “Activity at the Camp”, commemorating the 1907-2007 World Scouting Centennial, also represents the first scout camp on Brownsea Island in 1907; it illustrates the exact same number of tents and persons attending that camping event. This painting was created by Mr. Clarence Bourgoin, an internationally renowned professional painter from Saint-Leonard, New Brunswick, Canada. 

The certificate for the drawing of the "Activity at the Camp" painting will be sold for $25, which will be shared as follows: for each $25 certificate sold: $3 will go to the painter, $12 to the Canadian Amateur Boxing Association (CABA), Quebec Federation of Olympic Boxing (QFOB) and $10 to Scout Palace Inc.


Purchase a certificate for the draw


Purchase a printed reproduction

14X18 inches

16X20 inches