Mon, 17 Oct 1994 17:22:52 -0400
Welcome to the South, Heather!
I'm a Canadian Leader living and working a bit more to the south - in
Delaware. There is no Rovering programme here in the States, but why not look
around and join an American Scout Troop as a Leader? That's what I've done -
more than once. There are no Beavers here, either, and Cubbing a VERY
different to what we have at home.
I'm rather fortunate in that there is Canadian Group less than two hours away
from where I am living now, so I have quite a bit of contact with a widr
range of international Scouting than you are likely to in Massachusetts.
There are a lot of BSA Troops out there looking for new and interesting
Leaders, and the Scouts down here don't get a whole lot of exposure to the
international side of Scouting. Be sure to shop around a bit and find a GOOD
Troop, where you can feel like a part of the "family".
I would be willing to bet that there is a Rover Crew in the Montreal area
that would take you under their wing for the larger gatherings and
If you have any questions, feel free to post away. Answers I've got, even if
tehy don't always agree with everybody else's!
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City