Robert Craig (rcraig@LIBRARY.CARLETON.CA)
Mon, 17 Oct 1994 15:34:50 EDT
> Hi there!
> My name is Heather, and I just joined Scouts-L. I'm a Canadian Rover
> currently residing in Massachusetts (for school). I'm 19 years old, a Geology
> major, and into piano playing and outdoorsy stuff. Sufficiently introductory?
> OK, now a question: I miss Rovering, and know that there are at least
> three crews in the States. Does anyone know what starting up a Rover crew
> entails? Does it matter that I'm Canadian? Is American Rovering similar to
> Canadian? (17-26, co-ed, service, camping, parties every once in a while,
Actually, Canadian Rovers goes from 18-26 and while there are three Rover
Crews in the US, they exist under a "grandfather clause" from the BSA; There
is no longer a Rover program with the BSA.
So for now, you will have to do without!
> Thanks! :)
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