Rob Sherman (rsherman@CAP.GWU.EDU)
Mon, 14 Jun 1993 14:58:09 -0400
I just wanted to introduce myself to the list. First, a few statistics:
Name: Rob Sherman Boy Scout Troop: 781 Location: Rockville, MD
Troop Office: Ptrl Ldr Email: email@example.com
I've been in scouting for several years now, and have been in Cub Scouts
for more than that. I have also held the office of Troop Scribe. I'm
very interested in Scouting and enjoy all of our Troop's activities. I
just attended the Troop's 2nd Junior Leader Training session and I enjoyed
it very much and found it very informative -- sort of like an opening to
things for all of us who were there.
I also wanted to ask a question:
We've been [informally/off the record] thinking about some sort of
non-denominational religious thing built into troop activities, such as
grace before meals or optional service on weekends that we have campouts.
Please comment on all that you feel qualified to answer:
1) Does your troop/scouting group do any sort of religious
(non-denominational) activities? If so, what are they?
2) If you answered yes to #1, what do you think of the activities? How
could they be changed to better your experience?
3) If you answered NO for #1, would you be in favor of such an
implementation in your scouting organization? Why or why not, and please
4) ALL: What does the Troop Chaplain Aide do? What is their place in the
troop and how does he relate to the boys? I know the official definition
of duties, but what are his working responsibilities.
Thanks so much -- I can already tell this list will be great for me!
Rob Sherman <firstname.lastname@example.org> Rockville, Maryland, USA
Student, Redland Middle School 7th Grade - Age 13
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