Re: Eagle Scouts and College
Randy Finder (NARAHT@DRYCAS.CLUB.CC.CMU.EDU)
Mon, 3 Jul 1995 00:07:05 -0500
Couple of small points...
Alpha Phi Omega is open to all students, so those who didn't reach Eagle
(as well as those who were never Boy Scouts) are equally welcome to join.
Ele Scouts however tend to recognize both the History and the Principles
more easily. (I only reached Star :(
For information specially about Alpha Phi Omega, you can write to the
Alpha Phi Omega National; HQ at
14901 E. 42nd St
Independence, MO 64055
or call at 617-373-8667
or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
There should also be a more complete write-up on Alpha Phi Omega arriving
on scouts-L soon (I send it out the night of 7/1).
I'm happy to answer any questions that anyone might have on Alpha Phi OMega..
Yours in Leadership, Friendship and Service
Alpha PHi Omega Alumnus
(Kappa chapter Carnegie Mellon U.)
ALumni Volunteer Maryland & DC
On Sun, 2 Jul 1995, Ted Sarah wrote:
> Just a reminder to those of you who are Eagle Scouts and are off to college,
> there is a faternity just for you. It is Alpha Phi Omega. For more
> information see your latest issue of "Eagletter", what you say you aren't a
> member of NESA??? Shame on you. All kidding aside :-), if you are
> interested in either APO or NESA write: Boy Scouts of America, 1325 West
> Walnut Hill Lane, P.O. Box 152079, Irving TX 75015-2079.
> YIS & WWW
> Ted in Ohio
> ASTA #1888
> Assistant Scoutmaster Troop 273 - Stow, Ohio
> MOECOMDWS District Advancement Chairman - Great Trail Council
> WWW Ordeal member Marnoc Lodge #151
> Camp Visitation Specialist - Area 5/Central Region
> ** Who said it only takes one hour a week!!!!!! :-)
Leadership, Friendship and Service - Alpha Phi Omega
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