When the scouts were celebrating their 60 years of existence and the Guides their 40 years existence, the rich collection was presented to the public. The Saint-Paul museum, named tot the patron saint of the venture scouts, was born. A lot of scouting organizations come to visit the museum. But people become more and more interested because the Scouts of Leopoldsburg have a lot of interesting material in their possession, like uniforms, tent camps, instruments, models, standards, and flags, and a real old caravan with a First Aid box, from the good old days. The logbooks recall a lot of memories of the scouts.
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