Re: Behavior Away from Home
Tom Turba x6774 (turba@UNIRSVL.RSVL.UNISYS.COM)
Wed, 1 Feb 1995 11:59:25 CST
Milt Fosberg states:
> I understand that Isle Royale National Park has banned Scouts.
I just talked to the ranger at the Isle Royale National Park station in
Houghton, Michigan. He said that this is totally untrue. Scout groups are,
and always have been, welcome on the island. He further went on to say that
Scouts groups are normally well behaved, and they have less problems with
them than other groups. In 1994, out of the hundreds of Scout groups that
visited the island, there was only a problem with one group that he knew of,
and there were no general complaints against Scouts.
T. N. T.
Thomas N. Turba
Indianhead Council, Boy Scouts of America
1170 W. Burke Ave.
Roseville, MN 55113
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