International Rover Committee
Sir Henry Hutalle Sir Dan'l Adams Sir Adrian McDowell Sir Forest Getter Sir Ray Hampton
Sir Mar Cruz Sir Jamal Abdullah Sir John Chow Sir Ulrik Sorensen Sir Jose Hernandez
Sir Orhan Taymaz Sir Steven Chiaw Dame Sanja Nykjaer Sir Philipp Lehar Sir Kok Kit Yap
Sir Cengiz Yilmaz
JANUARY 1, 2012 COMMITMENT TO SERVICEVISION- THE WORLD BROTHERHOOD OF THE OPEN AIR AND SERVICE committed to serve GOD, country and fellowmen in the Principles of Humility, Selflessness and Chivalry in quest for peace, cooperation and youth development beyond national boundaries.
November 22, 2011 RSI Chief Rover Scout, Henry S. Hutalle conferred Sir Ray Hampton as Chief Rover Scout Emeritus of Rover Scouts International
Sir Ray Hampton, LT, ROSG-GK RSI Chief Rover Scout Emeritus
November 21, 2011 Sir Ray O'Donnel Hampton resigned as the RSI Chief Rover Scout position for health reasons and designated Deputy Chief Rover Scout Henry S. Hutalle, LT, ROSG-GK as the new RSI Chief Rover Scout.
Sir Henry S. Hutalle, LT, ROSG-GK RSI Chief Rover Scout
November 13, 2011 Rovers Philippines issued Rover Crew Charter to the 1,500-strong Rovers Crew of Fr. Saturnino Urios University, Butuan City, Philippines.
July 18, 2011 Rover Scouts International celebrates its 3rd Founding Anniversary with a new official RSI Logo and a national Rover organization, the Delta Baden Powell Association of People's Republic of China.
July 1, 2010, Thursday- RSI launched http://www.roversintl.webs.com/
Rover Scouts International, the world brotherhood of the open air and service.
RSI is the guardian of the Open Air and Service respected for Citizenship Development, Community Service, Environmental Conservation and Leadership Excellence by the World Rovering community.
RSI is committed to-
1. Promote Rovering as an avenue for the young people on Citizenship and Career Development;
2. Promote Rovering as a scheme for service on community development and emergency rescue;
3. Promote Rovering as an advocate for Environmental Conservation;
4. Promote Rovering as an institution for Leadership Excellence; and
5. Promote Rovering as a forum for World Brotherhood and International Peace.
Pacific Coast Council Rover Crew of Scouts Canada at the 26th Scout Jamboree and 1st Rover Scouts International Fellowship in Mt. Makiling, Philipines on December 28, 2009.