Re: Units Living Together Hel...
Tom Granvold (Thomas.Granvold@ENG.SUN.COM)
Fri, 16 Dec 1994 09:20:41 PST
> What do you mean that "...they threw Scouting out of the schools"? Was that
> a California thing? Here in central Indiana Cub Scouting is very much
> supported by the elementary schools.
I missed the orginal post that this is a responce to, but that won't
stop me from commenting. I don't know about California in general, but
I have two examples of Scouting being supported by public schools, I know
of lots of support for Scouting by private schools in this area. I'm the
Scoutmaster of a troop who meets in the cafeteria of a public elementary
school. Also I'm the Unit Commisioner for a pack that is charter by an
elementary school and has the pack meetings in the school's cafeteria.
These are both in Sunnyvale, California.
Tom Granvold <email@example.com>
Scoutmaster Troop 436 I use to be a beaver ...
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