Re: Uniform Wear Complaint
David G. Weerts (DWeerts@AOL.COM)
Sun, 12 Mar 1995 12:15:18 -0500
Howdy from KC-
I been watching this thread over the last few weeks. I was at commish
college yesterday (3/11/95) and got my bachelor. What I notice over the day
of classes was that the leaders who took pride in their uniform using were
the better leaders. There were leaders teaching us who had the plain
uniform. They understand the aims of scouting and presented good classes.
The last class I took was on budgeting and BSA funding policies. I really
thought this was gooding to be boring. The guy who taught this class had
knots (5 rows of 3), and used everything he had be taught to make the class
very exciting. I 'd almost decided to go sell popcorn full time.
I personally do not like sewing things on my shirt (Linda said that if I
wanted to working BSA then I sew on the patches-what a negative attitude).
But if we want the boys to be correctly uniformed then we need to be
correctly uniform. Also it immediately tell a novice in the BSA movement
that you just might know what you are talking about and not just a opinion.
Out surfing the net again :-)
Eagle Class of 74
Bachelor of Comm. Service Class of 95
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City