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Noticias

Australian 'Fly the Flag' competition

1. Ago 2007

As part of their World Centenary celebrations, Scouts Australia is running a competition called Fly the Flag where Scouts display the World Scout emblem as creatively and widely as possible. The winner will be chosen based on a combination of perceived creativity, originality and the amount of exposure that the entry receives.

This competition is a great way for Australian Scouts to show their pride in the Scout Movement, letting the public know what Scouts can achieve.

One of the most creative places that the flag has turned up is at Flinders Street Station in Melbourne. Flinders Street is the best-known railway station in Australia and Melbourne's city hub. With the World Scout Flag flying above the station, more than 120,000 people see it each day!

The flag is not only flying above the station, but has been draped out of one of the front windows also