Re: Webelos -> Boy Scouts
RYAN KEIL (RYAN.KEIL@M.CC.UTAH.EDU)
Tue, 7 Jun 1994 23:25:43 -0600
Nothing wrong with the letter, assuming it is well written for the
intended audience. As far as a visit, save the stamps and deliver the
letters personally. Make the visits short, personable, and somewhat
By assumptive, I mean something like, drop off a Scout Handbook with the
letter. Discuss what your troop's plans are for the next couple of
months. Really emphasize on the fun things, like Summer Camp, hikes,
cooking, swimming.... Whatever you're doing that you think they'll want to
do. Let them know when your troop meets [ I know, that one's a
no-brainer, but if I didn't say it, someone else would, and I look the fool
so very well! ;-) ] and invite them and their parents to attend.
I know there will be some good ideas coming from the list about your
Ryan, bear-ly Scoutin'
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City