Re: Starting Coed Explorer P
Chris McCullough (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Sat Mar 28 21:56:02 1998
There is a booklet available at your Local Council Service Center and through
the National Catalog entitled, "Post Program Helps". This is laid out and
designed to give you assistance in planning your year round program. There
is a version entitled "Post Program Help for all faiths", same booklet, but
geared towards church youth groups.
OTC EOA Advisor
Post #697 Advisor
Olan Watkins wrote:
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> 28-Mar-98 11:45:28
> Sb: Starting Coed Explorer Post
> Fm: Brian E Watkins > INTERNET:brian.watkins@JUNO.COM
> Hello All
> I need advise, help, or information. The church youth group at the
> church wants to start a coed explorer post for the older youth in the
> church. Presently, there isn't any scouting units at the church, so this
> will be a first for the church. This is a small Methodist church and the
> pastor beleives this will be a good thing to keep the older youth active
> in the church and give the younger youth something to look forward to.
> The youth are also excited about doing this, especially being able to go
> out and do more things.
> My questions are: has anyone on the list started a coed post, and would
> you share with me any experiences, suggestions, ideas, and problems that
> you have gone through? How were campouts or other outings handled? What
> type of activities do yall do? This will be a high adventure post.
> Brian Watkins, Assistant Scoutmaster
> Eagle Scout-1982, COPE Facilitator, NRA Instructor
> Rock Climbing & Rappelling Instructor
> "I used to be a Bobwhite..." SC-377 - Longhorn Council
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