Timber Wolf Philosophy

While offering a traditional program as first developed by Father Jacques Sevin who embraced Lord Baden-Powell's teachings and approach many years ago as outlined in our home organizations (known as the FSE) program standards we continue to strive to offer a program that will meet the following basic objectives:

  • to support parental efforts to raise successful, happy and responsible members of our community

  • to recognize that every boy is a unique and special individual

  • to encourage each and every Timber Wolf to live their promise and law, to do their best, and to measure their success based on personal progress while not comparing one Timber Wolf to another

Timber Wolf Dens - Sahi Boys

  • to provide a positive Christ centered, loving and caring environment for all members, both youth and adult to grow in and experience the adventure of our FNE Timber Wolf program

  • being faithful to God (presented from a Catholic faith perspective) is an important part of our program and our movement. We encourage our boys to embrace their faith in their every day life as they grow ever stronger in their faith

  • to create program activities that appeal to the sense of adventure and belonging while respecting and better understanding nature, while also being a visible (and service focused) member of our community

  • to encourage all leaders to give of themselves, to lend their unique strengths to the Timber Wolf Den, while benefiting and learning from others and their strengths

  • and after having said all of the above, to fully enjoy working with and caring for our youth, while ensuring that all Den members not only have fun but positively benefit from the program experience they go through

  • Experience over the years continue to highlight the fact that the vast majority of our Timber Wolves, Explorers or Wayfarer Explorers want to be part of our FNE family, to wear their full and complete FNE uniform with purpose and a sense of belonging, to fully enjoy their program experience, to explore, make new friends, and above all have lots and lots of fun!

We have two units meeting on Monday or Wednesday evenings from 6:40 p.m. to 8:35 p.m. at Baythorn Public School in Thornhill; a third unit meets on Thursday evenings at Northmount School in North-York from 7:15 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

We are proud members of the Union Internationale des Guides et Scouts d'Europe - FSE 
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