Re: Re: Intro and participation question
Greg L. Gough (ggough@OZARKS.SGCL.LIB.MO.US)
Wed, 12 Jul 1995 06:55:32 -0500
Your response to my observations about the way our Troop operates is
inappropriate and not a solution to the problem. It is interesting that
you can comment on our uniform policy without knowing what it is. Your
comments should have been and probably were included in the previous
thread on uniforming.
The question I responded to was, what to do with a dad that doesn't like
the full class A uniform policy of the Troop. Money was not a problem.
Our aim is to build character, foster citizenship and develop fitness the
foundation is as you state, the Oath and Law. We lead by example and a
disruptive dad is not showing good character or citizenship. The fact
is, every Troop has policies. If they are decided by the PLC and Troop
Committee they should be enforced. If they are not, you are setting the
I beg to differ on little league baseball, here if you pay the fee you
play. The exception is at age 13 there are teams that are choosen by
I am sure you are providing a quality program for your youth. We all are
trying to do the same. I am an Eagle scout with 25 years in the program,
I have seen many things but still have alot to learn.
SM Troop 201
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City