Troop 19 user Josie Provencher tosses a log in the log hurling place for the Klondike Derby. (Jonathan Wilson for WHYY)
It’s Lily Rohner’s very first time contending when you look at the Klondike Derby in the Horseshoe Scout Reservation in Peach Bottom, Pennsylvania. Think about the derby as a battle associated with bands for scouts. coque huawei nova Troops pull embellished sleds full of gear round the camp, doing scouting tasks — such as for example medical and fire building — for points.
Champions have ribbons and bragging rights.
Lily, 10, along with her selection of friends understand they’re at a drawback. That’s so they haven’t learned everything some of their male peers have because it’s only their second day as official members of Boy Scouts of America.
Due to the organization’s decision to start its flagship system to girls, the Boy Scouts changed its title to Scouts BSA on Feb. coque iphone xs 1. The advertising company continues to be the Boy Scouts of America and troops inside the Scouts BSA system are solitary gender, all-boy or all-girl, many years 11 to 17. The troops intermingle at events just like the derby.
Several thousand girls have actually already signed up for Scouts BSA across the nation, in accordance with the company.
But in the Horseshoe Scout Reservation at the time following the title modification took effect, Scouts BSA Troop 19, located in Marshallton, Chester County, may be the only girls troop noticeable in a ocean of greater than 100 boys. That’s Lily’s group — 12 girls total.
She does not mind that Troop 19 could be the only all-girls troop at the derby. Continue reading “Girls who aren’t ‘girly’ find a fit in more rigorous tasks of Boy Scouts”