Re: smoking policies
Mon, 25 Sep 1995 01:46:39 -0700
At 07:06 PM 09/24/95 -0400, you wrote:
> I am trying to determine three things -
>1. Have Councils nationwide adopted the national smoke-fee policy verbatim?
>2. If modifications were made from the language proposed by National, what
>3. Did anyone come up with any specific guidlines/council regulations or
>to implement - i.e. what happens if you just don't get with the program?
>Dawn and I are sharing the list, as it took too long for each of us to read
>Please advise me directly at JPMESQPI@AOL.COM of any responses to this
>Jim Moriarty DMAL Northstar District, Katahdin Area Council. ME
>I used to be a Bear.
When I worked at Camp Silverado last year I was told that camp followed
national policy on smoking, which is.... That leaders can smoke if they do
it in a desinated area out of the sights of scouts.
I can't be sure if this is a true policy but that is what I was taught
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City