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    Rover Scouts, or "Rovers" is the fifth and final youth section of Scouts Australia, and began in 1918. Rover Scouts are young adults aged between 18 and 25 years of age and are organised into local Crews, which can be associated with a Scout Group or operate as a stand-alone Crew. Crews accept anyone interested in taking up Rovering, whether or not they have been in Scouting before. The section is based on Baden-Powell's book Rovering to Success and the theme of knighthood. Rover Scouts are actively encouraged to become better citizens through taking part in Scouts Australia's nationally accredited training programs, developing leadership skills, participating in outdoor activities, attending national and international events, providing service to the community and generally building their life skills. The Rover Scout Section is organised from a National level down, however the day-to-day running of the section is organised at a Branch level. The larger states are split into Regions, which in turn are made up of Crews. Victoria has the largest Rover Scout population, with around 1200 Rovers Crews and there are around 250 Crews Australia-wide.

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    The numerical value of Rovers in Chaldean Numerology is: 7

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of Rovers in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7

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