Re: uniforming & merit badges
Ted Burton (tedbrtn@CYBERHIGHWAY.NET)
Sat, 2 Dec 1995 07:20:20 -0700
Jeff L. Glaze wrote:
>But the reality is: If you are serious about using the methods of Scouting,
>including uniforms, then the Troop Committee will do all that is necessary
>to see that boys have uniforms.
>Fortune or luck has nothing to do with getting into a uniform... teamwork
>and cooperation, and individual effort can get even the most "economically
>disadvantaged" scout into a proper uniform.
Blessed are thou among adults, Jeff, that you have never lived in a
community where the error of your math was obvious to you.
Summer camp 125
Badges and awards?
Camping outings transportation & food
He is gone; dead, let's say to avoid getting into a fight over responsibilities.
She works for $4.25 an hour, when she can get and hold a job even when
taking out time for a sick child.
Child care for the littlest is a neighbor who is not the super best people.
She is the norm for a Troop parent. The Troop Committee consists of such
people. The Scoutmaster is another.
Newt Gingrich seems to think her medical problems can be resolved with a
medical savings account. You set aside a significant savings account on
$4.25 an hour for thirty hours with six kids.
Those uniforms are a week of her work. What is a week of your work?
If those kids can be raised trustworthy, loyal, etc., it will not be
because of uniforms; it will be in spite of the absence of uniforms.
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