John Vance Stutsman (email@example.com)
Thu May 14 21:20:38 1998
Any pointers on how to get a post started? I'm thinking of doing that
myself and would appreciate any and all suggestions.
> From: MMorri7864 <MMorri7864@aol.com>
> To: Multiple recipients of list <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Subject: Re:Introduction
> Date: Thursday, May 14, 1998 3:00 PM
> We started a High Adventure Post 2 years ago with 5 boys, all who are
> Scouts. We now have over 20 young men and women, some who have been in
> and some who haven't. The main thing you have to do is let them run the
> program. It's hard to let go and let them run. They'll make mistakes, but
> that's how they learn. Those elected as officers must be willing to do
> job. We give them a lot of help and support and an occasional prod in the
> right direction.
> Some of the activities we've done are: deep sea fishing, camping,
> pool parties, bowling, went to an air show, Scout-a-rama, Spring
> staff), many service hours( we require 10 to go on major outings), skiing
> twice, and Christmas Caroling with an overnighter. We're going white
> rafting in July and to Philmont in June of next year.
> The other thing you must have is adult participation. If you're coed,
> as well as men. If you treat the young men and women as adults, they'll
> adults. Our bylaws come out of the Explorering book with a few changes.
> try to get them scanned into the computer and put them out over the net.
> Mark Morrison, Advisor Post 30