Re: 1995 PowWow / Potlatch
John Bemis (jbemis@CASS.MA02.BULL.COM)
Mon, 31 Jul 1995 10:00:41 -0500
Peter, the email address seems to be bad. Are you having a problem? I
am sending the message here.
On the totem pole, is there a webelos or arrow of light? Neat idea,
already starting to perculate.
Try Moritz, we sent a request for a patch for our 25th anniversary.
Response was the same day for art/support. Will supply address/800 #
when my wife goes to lunch.
> Part two: The resource book is divided into two sections, one for Cub
> Scouts, the other for Boy Scouts. The question I have is, (and anyone is
> open to respond to this question) as a leader what aspects of a PowWow
> book are the most useful and beneficial to you and to your Pack / Troop.
> Also, what were the least useful and could have been left out.
Keepers: Games, crafts, ceremonies materialthat support a "hands-on"
session. Specifically what tools/material are available to leaders.
Outdoor crafts for leaders, especially Webelos Den Leaders. Training
den leaders with "what would you do" situations similar to commissioner
training. ADD training for leaders comes to mind as a discovery process.
The skills cross over to non ADD children. Also, practical methods to deal
with kids. For experienced leaders, more "recharge" / motivation along
with the practical stuff. Den chiefs and how it is supposed to work, TRAIN
the VOLUNTEER LEADER, be they Cub Scout leader, Bou Scout leader, or Boy
Hope to hear from you,
YiS, Jay Bemis
new address, but the same old job
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City