Re: Typing Eagle Application for Service Project
Joanne R. Merrill (jmerrill@NORFOLK.INFI.NET)
Thu, 14 Mar 1996 17:48:53 -0500
I agree that a computer is DEFINITELY easier and neater than hand written.
In all the cities we have lived (we are a Navy family) the public library or
schools have computers available for student use. All they have to provide
is a disk. If the eagle packet was available on disk through the councils,
like the training videos, everyone would have access.
National doesn't care what the eagle packet looks like, because they never
see it. They only care about the application which could still be made
available to download from their Web site (if it ever arrives) or, again, on
disk through the councils for those who have access to a computer. It could
still be provided on paper for those who prefer to use that. Even the IRS
has switched to electronics!
Joanne R. Merrill
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City