Danny Schwendener (macman@BERNINA.ETHZ.CH)
Thu, 19 Nov 1992 01:26:40 +0100
I came across the following message on Usenet:
>I am heavily involved with Project C.O.P.E. at Camp Geiger, St. Joseph, MO.
>I am extremely interested in talking to others involved in C.O.P.E.
>Camp Geiger was the home of the first BSA C.O.P.E. course 10 years ago.
>I would like to find out what has happened to the program since then, and how
>it has changed.
Mike "Settumanque" Walton posted a brief explanation on what COPE is
about, but this has left me hungry for more.
Brian: I see that you're a Project COPE director. Could you give us
more details on how the project actually looks on the field? How
does a course look like? What material do you use? And to refer to
the above message, how has COPE changed in the past years?
Thanks in advance. I'll forward the reply to Usenet.
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