Re: BSA:Women at camp
Bob Sargeant (SARGEANT@CUA.EDU)
Wed, 7 Dec 1994 22:50:06 -0500
I do not see any reason why a Mon should not be allowed to go camping.
Particularly this is true if you would allow a Dad to do so under the same
conditions. Of course she would not be allowed to use the same tent and the
If she has the experience that you report in your posting, I would get
her off to training and make her an ASM. Training should help to defuse the
compaints that things are not being done correctly. She should either be able
to see why things are done the way your troop is doing things or she will be
better prepared to help the troop to do them a better way. Capitalize on her
interest rather trying to combat it.
Keep us informed on how things turn out on this one.
Yours in scouting, Bob Sargeant, DC for the GW District, NCAC, BSA. The old
fox. Opinions are mine in the spirit of scouting.
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City