Re: Wagner's "Ring" Operas
Russel Madere (rmadere@GEOLOGY.UNO.EDU)
Tue, 7 Mar 1995 07:25:30 -0600
>What is "typical BS" anyway? Would you be willing to share another
>example? Will it be more accurately aimed?
The entirety of New Orleans Area Council actions of the past 15 years.
Specifics: The sale of Old Camp Salmen in Slidell, listed on
The National Registry of Historic Places to a developer
to make condos, then not using the monies for program
like was promised, the monies went to something else
During a 6 month period 10 years ago, the individual
responsible for running Eagle Boards of Review for my
district was too busy playing politics too worry about
scheduling boards of review, resulting in several
Scouts who completed the requirements for Eagle never
to recieve the award. Complaints about the person fell
on deaf ears.
The recent events involving advancement camps as
outlined by Vic Viosca.
>Russel, Russel, Russel. That's no way
>for a good Scouter to talk
If you get deficated on enough by council and district "politicians" you'll be
talking that way.
I know things are different in Istruma Area Council. But here in New Orleans
Area Council, all I have ever gotten from the people who were supposed to
SUPPORT the units was grief. I almost went to Pine Burr Area Council
(Mississippi) recently, but was persuaded to stay.
Craig, I have been upset by BSA politics here in New Orleans. I'm suprised
that the limited registration was not implemented here.
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City