Re: 1995 Guide to Safe Scouting
Jess Olonoff (jolonoff@GATE.NET)
Thu, 12 Oct 1995 12:05:05 -0400
Please make note:
The "Guide to Safe Scouting" in hypertext format is now
available on the U.S. Scouting Service Project's Web Site.
Aim your web reader to: http://www.hiwaay.net/hyper/Scouts/g2sstoc.html
This will take you directly to the Table of Contents of the Guide.
This is also a great web site for Scouting info in general, offering an
Index and Text only use. There is literature, clip-art, training
materials, requirements, etc. etc.
use: http://www.hiwaay.net/hyper/Scouts/titleindex.cgi or leave off the
last filename for the main screen (homepage).
The amount of material on "the web" is growing by the day. By hook or by
crook get yourself a web reader even if it's a text only version like
There is so much available you will finally be able to fill your entire
day with reading scouting literature, not too mention filling your hard
Jess Olonoff, CM Pack-206 | Eagle - 1970, T-10 Tulsa, Okla.
Riverglades Elem. - Parkland, Fla. | Tsa-Tsu-Hwa - Ordeal '70, Brthrhd '71
Lighthouse Dstrct - S. Fl. Council | Scout in NYC-Brooklyn 61-66, Tulsa 66-71
"We just might all be right!" | Boca Raton 73-74, Parkland 94-?
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