Re: The Exploring "Change" controversy
Bob Amick (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Tue Feb 17 00:52:44 1998
Thanks to Pat for noting the correction. I was aware of the existence
of Rovers in Europe, but neglected to include Europe in the sentence.
I was not aware of their existence in the Phillipines and New Zealand
and FYI Alpha Phi Omega has a very large presence in the Phillipines as well.
At 12:32 AM 2/17/98 CST6CDT, you wrote:
>On Tue, 17 Feb 1998, Amick Robert wrote:
>> interest in the career exploring programs that we now have. Rovers only
>> exist in Australia and Canada, and as you know have not been in existence
>> in BSA since the early sixties. I support and encourage Rover programs
>> for those young adults of college age, similar to the Alpha Phi Omega
>> program, but not as a replacement for Exploring.
>I'd like to point out that Rovering exists in many different countries,
>from Sweden to New Zealand to Switzerland to the Phillipines. In fact
>there is a World Rover moot in 2000 held in Mexico. There were 80
>countries represented at the last moot in Sweden, if I recall correctly.