Re: How do we handle former CC?
Ted Burton (tedbrtn@HOST-2.CYBERHIGHWAY.NET)
Sat, 9 Mar 1996 05:00:06 -0700
At 10:43 3.08.1996, Sara Duff wrote:
>Our new CC wants to know if we should tell the parents
>their concern of the former CC behavior. Or just keep quiet and hope it
>goes away. What upsets us know has gotten after her for her behavior
>but they got after us because what she wrote about us. Any suggestions.
>Sorry this ended up long.
Well, I can tell you that the remedy which must have occurred to you more
than once in all of this is illegal, and probably would also violate the
firearms laws of your city. Free advice from a Prosecutor.... <g>
Patience, quiet contact one on one with varioius concerned adults, and the
proof will be in the success of a boy-run troop.
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