Re: Boy Scout Pow Wow Book?
Andrew Heath (HEATHA@YVAX.BYU.EDU)
Sun, 1 Oct 1995 18:47:52 -0600
>To the best of my knowledge, annual Pow Wow books are prepared
>for Cub Scouters and Cub Scouting programming. Has anyone
>prepared a similar book for Boy Scouts? What has been the
>outcome? (ie: was it purchased by the Boy Scouters?)
>We are thinking about this for 1997 and wonder if it is worth
>our effort? Some sample topics: Dutch oven cooking, Eagle Project
>Ideas, COH ceremonies, Scoutmaster Minutes etc, etc.
I know there was a discusion a while back where someone did a combined pow-wow
type activity (both Scouts and Cubs), I forget what they called it. I know I
would be interested if you produce such a book. Especially if you could make it
available electronically. I loved the 93-94 India Nations Council Pow-Wow book
that was made available, and would love a copy of any others that anyone would
be interested in making available.
I especially enjoyed the help file format, and am curious which program was
used to write a help file. Does anyone know of any help file editors that are
available? or does windows come with one? I would like to try my hand at making
help file documents that would be useful for Scouters.
YiS, Andrew J. Heath (email@example.com)
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City