` Rovers


The Rovers meet every Tuesday at Gilmore Park United Church from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Rovers (men and women ages 18-26)

The outdoors is an essential part of the Rover program. Rovers often participate in adventurous activities like mountain climbing, or white water rafting.

Rovers also help their local communities by running service activities such as food drives, park clean-ups, and tree plantings.

Rovers meet in a group called a crew. Rovers develop and manage their own program under the mentorship of a respected advisor. Rovers adhere to a promise and motto.

To meet the Mission and Principles of Scouts Canada in the Rover program, emphasis is placed on activties that encourage Rovers to:
Develop spiritual depth and joy in living;
Establish their own sense of identity, values and lifestyle;
Become self-directed individuals and responsible adult participants in society;
Blend personal freedom with group responsibility;
Develop meaningful and lasting friendships;
Provide meaningful services to the community; and
Participate in satisfying outdoor activities that contribute to the protection of the environment, fitness and a sense of well-being.
The Rovers Promise :

The Rovers Motto :

Rovers Motto

Rover Uniform

The Rover uniform is worn with pride includes a tan shirt, Red belt and buckle, neckerchief, neckerchief slide (woggle), navy blue or tan pants (no jeans) and the option to wear a Scout Baseball style cap or the official Scouts Canada "Lifestyle Wear" Bush Hat (a wide-brimmed, "Tilley"-style hat).

A smart successful Rover Crew wears complete uniform with distinction and commitment. When everyone is in uniform, a Crew quickly comes together as a unit.


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