2018 Centenary Rover Moot: An Epic Gathering

Boy Scouts of the Philippines celebrated the #Rovers100 with its 2018 Centenary Rover Moot held in three key locations in the Philippine archipelago. Mindanao had it in the historic Camp Jose T. Atilano, Pasonanca Zamboanga City with 720 Rovers and Rover Peers. While Visayas housed 1100 participants in the lovely woods of Capitol Hills Scout Camp, Cebu City. And the biggest group who gathered, Luzon startled the entire BSP with its 3600 strong Rovers and Peers camped in the adventure filled Camp Kainomayan, Botolan Zambales. In total, the 2018 Centenary Rover Moot got the all-time high 5420 Rover gathering.

This milestone formally opened simultaneously on 26th of August with numerous VIP’s from DepEd, Local Government Units and BSP. Mindanao was graced by no less than Gen. Cedric G. Train, Chief National Commissioner, while Visayas had the ever supportive Mr. Roberto M. Pagdanganan, Senior Vice President and Luzon had the very passionate and full of wisdom, our very own Secretary General, Eng. Rogelio S. Villa, Jr. Everyone is energetic and excited despite the heavy rainfall in Luzon. Right after the Grand Opening Ceremony, all participants were endorsed to their respective Immersion Officers and went to the Immersion Sites.

The true highlight of all the Rover Moots are the Community Immersion, all Rover Scouts’ mandate. Partakers are tasked to accomplish community focused projects from 27-29 August scattered in different areas intended to create wide impact in the city. Rovers from Mindanao formed five Immersion Projects, while Visayas created six and Luzon managed to come up with thirteen assorted projects. Here are the list of Immersion Sites and Projects:

• Barangay Mariki
Mangrove Tree Planting and Coastal Clean-up
• Barangay Caralian
Garbage Bin Making and Installation
• Barangay Pasonanca
Construction of Flagpole Area and beautification of the School Garden of Pasonanca National High School
• Barangay Tulungatung
Repainting of houses in the relocation site of the displaced families during Zamboanga Siege, Creek Clean-up, repainting of the Barangay Fence and beautification of the school garden
• Barangay Lamisahan
Construction of Day Care Centre

• Capitol Hills Scout Camp
Repainting of the BSP Regional Office, Comfort Rooms and the Grand Arena Stage
• Pakna-An, Mandaue City
Coastal Clean-up and Mangrove Planting
• My Home Youth Center, Sitio Baha-baha Tayud Consolacion Cebu
Mural Painting of the fence leading to My Home Youth Center
• Barangay Tapul, Talisay City
Repair/ Rehabilitation of Foot Path leading to the school and repainting of classrooms

• Barangay Candaluwan, Talisay City
Candaluwan River Clean-up
• Naga National High School, Naga City
De-clogging of school drainage system and river clean-up

• Bancal Elementary School/ River
Mural Painting, landscaping and construction of wash area
• Parel-Danac Bunga
Mangrove planting with lecture
• Tarlac Road/ Santiago HWY
Clean-up and tree planting
• Kainomayan Village
Construction of Comfort rooms and clean-up
• Alao Resettlement School
Construction of Comfort rooms and tree planting
• Baquilan Barangay Plaza
Construction of Comfort rooms and clean-up
• Camp Kainomayan
Construction of Comfort rooms and tree planting
• Batonlapoc Elementary School
Mural painting, clean-up and sand barricade filling
• Baquilan Elementary School II
Construction of Plant Box and landscaping
• Barangay Poon Bato
Wall painting and clean-up
• Loob Bunga Elementary School II
Wall painting, landscaping and clean-up
• Banua Tamo
Clean-up and repainting of Botolan North Integrated School
• Tarlac Road/ Malomboy-Bagatsing
Tree planting and Clean-up

After three days of hard work, campers are back on their respective campsite for various in-camp activities dedicated to life skills to equip them for real life services like water safety, emergency preparedness and ham radio. They also had fun adventures like high ropes and obstacle challenge. And of course to prepare Rovers to become global citizens, they engaged the World Programmes like Messangers of Peace, World Scout Environment Programme, Scouts Go Solar and Scouts of the World award. This amazing event is possible through the hard work of the Project Officers/ Directors: Mr. Arnel C. Delute, RFSE WMR/EMR; Mr. Bienvenido B. Toledo, RSD WVR/EVR and Ms. Imelda Samson, RSD NELR/ CLR/ IR and all the staff of the National Service Team.

To sum it all up, 2018 Centenary Rover Moot is a milestone for the BSP and able to leave a lasting impact not just in the lives of the locals in the community, but to the Rovers who took part of the event. It was indeed a celebration of 100 years of Rover Scouting, life-long services, sustainable projects, community development, peace advocacy, environmental awareness and a hundred more reasons!

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Started On
Sunday, August 26, 2018
Ended On
Friday, August 31, 2018

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