Re: while we're talking about
Michelle M. Longley (michelle@CS.TAMU.EDU)
Sun, 3 Jul 1994 23:04:33 -0500
Settummanque, the blackeagle writes:
> At the minimum, there should be TWO cabins...one which has the youth
> members on one side or floor of one gender; and the other side or
> floor with the adults of that same gender....and the other cabin with
> the youth of the other gender on one side or floor and the adults on
> the other side...
I guess I wasn't clear -- this was the set-up we used at camp. (above)
> If your Post has NOT seen the Youth Protection program presentation, I
> URGE you to get it and show it (or better yet, to have your Exploring
> Executive or other professional to present it to your Post or Ship!).
> This is good stuff, something that teens AND your adults that work
> with your teens...should be exposed to.
> And careful attention should be made to your program so that it meets
> the CURRENT BSA's YPP guidelines.
To clarify -- this was my post when I was in high school. It was not
formed until my senior year -- so, I was not in long. (Moving to college
and all.) Other than that, all of my scouting has been with GSUSA.
Since I have no affiliation with BSA -- some of my questions may seem
odd to the huge number of BSA'ers on the list.
Michelle M. Longley "To every thing there is a season,
firstname.lastname@example.org and a time to every purpose under
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