Olan Watkins (olan.watkins@CHRYSALIS.ORG)
Mon, 11 Apr 1994 00:07:21 LCL
To Mike Hayes
Sc> This brings up another source of orienteering information.
Sc> The US ARMY ROTC contingent at the closest universities.
Sc> You may just hit them at the time they have the bug for
Sc> Mike Hayes
A lot of High School ROTC groups also register as an Explorer Post, for
a couple of reasons, to take advantage of the Scouting insurance
coverage and also to gain access to Scout camps to carry on some of
their other training. These groups are into orienteering type activities
In addition to running the course, there are other ways to do it also,
people that aren't up to the running, can do map walks. This is what
most of the Cub Scouts do, and they can go as a Den if they desire and
they have great fun just doing the map and compass and walking the
course and being able to find all the markers and stations. Most of the
Cubs do the white course.
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