Re: Sea Explorers
Kathie Cerveny (kathie@DELTA.EECS.NWU.EDU)
Thu, 20 Aug 1992 09:51:47 CDT
I am not fighting with Mike or anyone. However, I did talk to Ed Stein,
and the Exploring Executive in my council, Chicago Area Council, and am
still told the same thing, Ed is our council's commodore, we have 12 ships
only left in the program; our neighboring council Northeast Suburban (right
on the lake also) has 1 ship left out of a huge fleet.
The Exploring executive said that "in the absence of a regional commodore"
our commodore has made himself available to answer questions and assist
where he can, but that his task of developing more ships for Chicago Area
is his only committment.
Glad to hear you have the info you needed. I have ALWAYS wondered how WV
became a part of the then East Central, now Central Region! However, some
of the greatest Scouters I know come from there, and I would NEVER have met
them, probably, if they had not been a part of our region and attended
things like "Akela Calls" and "Hoe Down" at the regional level!
Last weekend we had a big parade of boats in Lake Michigan here in Chicago,
after dark --- it was beautiful! Can you imagine how pleased I was when
one of our Sea Exploring units came into view, with lights everywhere and
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City