On the weekend of October 24-25, with the support of the AGBU Armenian Representation, the AGBU Armenia Scout Council held a seminar in Tsaghkadzor. The goal of the seminar was to discuss important issues, share their scout knowledge with all the participants and develop methods, which would help recruit new scout members. An opening speech was made by a member of the AGBU Armenia Scout Council, who passed on the microphone to Karen Tirarian, Head of the Scout Council. He presented the newly developed scout regulations and one by one explained all the articles in it. Hagop Zhokian stated in his speech that every scout project should have its form, goal and methods of fulfillment. Karen Tirarian spoke about discipline and co-relation between the scout heads and members. The closing speech was made by Eduard Ter Gasparian. After that the groups presented their annual programs, mentioned the important holidays and annual events that should be celebrated, and formed their schedule of activities for the next three months. On the second day of the seminar, the groups presented the developed programs. Karen Tirarian spoke about the issue that interested everyone – how to recruit new members and expand the scout movement. For that purpose they decided to use all possible means of information and publicity including ads. The next place for scout activities will be the Nork Children’s Center. By the end of the day the future scout leaders together with Hermine Duzian, AGBU Diaspora Youth Projects Coordinator in Armenia, also joined the seminar participants. Guest speaker Hovig Eordekian, AGBU Armenian Representation deputy director, delivered a lecture about the historic past and present relations between the AGBU and Armenia, as well as the development of scout movement and future responsibilities of the scout leaders. After the lunch break the seminar participants visited the Kecharis monastery in Tsaghkadzor. In the end of the seminar every group leader presented its impressions. The seminar served its goal and the participants pledged to fulfill their duties to the best of their abilities.