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Thirty (30) selected Rover Scouts from all over Pakistan participated.
The hikers of Rover Scouts belong to Balochistan, Sindh, Punjab, PIA and other far-flung areas of the country.
Doing a "Good Turn" is a practice rooted in the values of all Scouting youth: Beaver Scouts (ages 5-7) promise to "help take care of the world;" Cub Scouts (ages 8-10) promise to "do a good turn every day;" and Scouts (ages 11-14), Venturer Scouts (ages 14-17), Rover Scouts (ages 18-26) and volunteers promise to "to help other people at all times.
Present at the ceremony was Col J S Wilson of the Boy Scout International Bureau, Mr H L Mitchell, assistant County Commissioner for Rover Scouts, and Mr J C Scott, County Commissioner for Scouts.