Re: another new one!
Richard Russell (lderlore@XMISSION.COM)
Wed, 2 Nov 1994 14:14:00 -0700
On Tue, 1 Nov 1994, goede schueler wrote:
> Hello out there,
> my name is Goede Schueler, I subscribed last week to SCOUTS-L. As you can
> possibly see in my faults of writing, english is not my original language.
> I`m 23 years old and I`m coming from Germany. Normally from Duesseldorf,
> in the western part of Germany at the river Rhine.
> I started scouting in the age of 8. I grew up in our "Stamm"(=tribe) till
> I was old enough to become leader when I was 18 years. Well, I know that
> this is quite different in the BSA. I was Scoutmaster an tribe leader for
> a year then. I leaded "Jungpfadfinder" (12-14 years) for some years till I
> started my studies in Bonn (Chemistry) which is about 30miles from
> Duesseldorf. I`m still very active in scouting. I take part of every
> important thing in our tribe.
> If there someone is interested in more details. Just send me a mail. Or
> I`ll post more here.
> That`s all for now.
> in scouting
> TRI TRA TRUM wer nicht fragt bleibt dummm...!
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Ich moechte nicht dumm bleiben!
Goede, I spent a wonderful summer, many years ago in Bonn with the
Experiment in International Living. My counterpart was a student at the
university and the "brother" I lived with was an art student in
Duesseldorf. Die Welt ist doch ein Dorf! (The world is a village = "It's
a small world!")
I never really understood how the Pfadfinder worked in Germany even
though I have spent over five years living there. I was not involved in
Scouting during that time so did not have occasion to find out. Please
tell us more about the programs, coed or single-sex, leaders, training,
membership numbers, service, ages, etc.
Richard C. Russell
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