Joe Clay (koshare@IGUANA.RURALNET.NET)
Thu, 29 Feb 1996 08:53:21 -0700
Having recently subscribed, I note that an introductory message is desired, so
here you are.
I'm an Eagle Scout, God & Country, Vigil OA member, 45 year Scouter who has
served in about every boy position I can think of, and as a Scoutmaster,
Explorer Post Advisor, OA Chapter Advisor, OA Supreme Chief of the Fire,
District Commissioner, District Executive, National Executive Staff, Camp
Director, and High Adveture Base Director. I've been to NEI, National Camping
School, National Jamboree, National OA Conference, and Philmont. But I'm still
learning about this fun-filled, confusing, and sometimes exasperating game we
call Scouting - and it's good to see your comments and suggestions.
We are Troop 232 of the Rocky Mountain Council, also known as the Koshare Indian
Dancers. Our troop was founded in 1933, has about fifty boys now, and has
graduated 563 Eagle Scouts. We perform in shows all over the country, and will
be travelling to Washington DC in May to represent the State of Colorado in a
performance at the 25th Anniversary Celebration of the John F. Kennedy Center
for the Performing arts.
Please take a lok at our home page, and feel free to contact us at any time if
we may be of assistance. Good to meet you and we'll see you on the net.
Director of Programs
Koshare Indian Museum
115 West 18th Street, POB 580
La Junta, Colorado 81050
Local Calls: (719) 384-4411
Long Distance: (800) 693-5482
FAX: (719) 384-8836
Web Site: http://www.ruralnet.net/~koshare
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