Re: BSA WINS ONE ! (So far)
Don Newcomb (newcomb@NAVO.NAVY.MIL)
Sun, 11 Jul 1993 20:39:13 CDT
Whoops! Once again I must apologize to the group for forgetting that a
reply goes to the list and not to the originator of the original message.
>In Mississippi only a judge can wave a minor's rights.
> Donald R. Newcomb Naval Oceanographic Office
> email@example.com Stennis Space Center, MS 39522
> Voice: 601.688.5998 FAX: 601.688.5485
This was in response to the message below. It would probably be a good
idea for anyone involved in Scouting and other youth activities to understand
exactly the value of "waivers" signed by parents in their State. In
Mississippi they have about the same worth as a piece of "bathroom tisue."
> Maybe the next time I teach the Rifle Shooting merit badge or
>Shotgun Shooting . . . or perhaps even Archery . . . I'd better get a SIGNED
>parental waiver rather than the verbal permission I now seek.
> Yours in Scouting,
> Carroll Hale SM T-118 SAINT MARK CHURCH RICHMOND, KY.
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City