History of the 65th Toronto (Earl of March's Own) Scout Group
1910—We were founded as the 24th Toronto. 1911— We were represented at the coronation of King George V, at the same time we received the patronage of the Earl of March. 1917— A 14-year Scout received the Silver Cross for saving the life of a neighbour from drowning near Port Carling. 1921— A 12-year old Scout received the Gilt Cross for saving a 9 year old from drowning in a sewer hole. 1923— We were rechartered as the 65th Toronto. 1937— A 14-year old Scout received the Certificate of Merit for stopping a runaway milk wagon. 1949— A 16-year old Scout received the Gilt Cross for saving the life of a canoeist at Sunnyside Beach. 1949— We attended the 1st Canadian Jamboree. 1953— We attended the 2nd Canadian Jamboree. 1955— We attended the 8th World Scout Jamboree. 1967— We attended the 12th World Scout Jamboree 1985— We attended the 8th Canadian Scout Jamboree. 2004– Out Scout Troop was reformed as a Sea Scout Troop. 2012— Our Sea Venturers sailed to Fort George to participate in the bicentennial re-enactment. Our first of many. 2014—We participated in the bicentennial of the sinking of HMS Nancy. 2016—We attended the 4th Canadian Cub Jamboree. 2017—We attended the 13th Canadian Scout Jamboree. 2019– We hosted 40 English Scouts after the 24th World Jamboree.