Looking for Info on Camps in Louisianna
Michael F. Bowman (mfbowman@CAPACCESS.ORG)
Wed, 13 Dec 1995 05:26:50 -0500
Ralph Romig is having a hard time getting through to Scouts-L, but needs
your help. Please take a look at the forwarded message and reply to him
privately - Ralph.firstname.lastname@example.org
Speaking only for myself in the Scouting Spirit, Michael F. Bowman
DDC-Training, GW Dist. Nat Capital Area Council mfbowman@CAPACCESS.ORG
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Date: Tue, 12 Dec 95 21:44:00 -0500
From: RALPH ROMIG <email@example.com>
Subject: Rejected postings to Scouts-L
Mike, the listserver on Scouts-L is rejecting my postings even though
I'm posting from the same account that I subscribed from. I think it
may be associated with BHA's change of internet providers so the actual
source may appear different to the listserver. Could you help me out by
posting this request on my behalf while I try to sort out the problem
with posting? Thanks in advance.
Here's the rejected message:
Could anyone on the list provide me with names and locations of Scout
camps in Western or Southwestern Louisiana? First hand impressions of
these camps would be a real help.
Troop 848 is in our annual planning cycle. It starts with patrol leader
fast start in November, December is Junior leader training, January will
be our annual "Big TOW" Troop Organizational Workshop. The boys set the
troop objectives during brainstorming sessions in the PL Fast start and JL
Training. We (boys and adult leaders) refine those goals and boys set
up our actual activities at the January "Big TOW" for the next 18 months
(6 mo overlap each year)
One of the objectives stated by our boys last Saturday at the JL
Training was to go to at least one new out of state weekend camp.
We're located in SE Houston, Tx so the only possible weekend out of
state camps for us would be camps located in Western (Southwestern to
be precise) Louisiana. This info will be provided to the boys when we go
to the Big TOW in a few weeks.
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