Re: CSPs and Town/State strips
Kelly B. O'Neil (KONeil@SISNA.COM)
Thu, 21 Mar 1996 03:46:43 -0700
I found this on a web page the other day..I just don't remember where.
This information is from one of the Fact Sheets that National puts out.
A year-by-year summary of the major events in the history of the Boy Scouts
MORE THAN 80 YEARS OF SCOUTING IN AMERICA
1913_The first local council charters were issued to first-class and
second-class councils. Local supervision was facilitated by dividing the
United States into eight districts_the forerunner of 12 regions. Scouting,
the official magazine for Scouters, was started. Boy Scout Week was
observed. A registration plan for Scouts was adopted. Scouts demonstrated
the motto "Be Prepared" in first aid during spring floods in Ohio and
Indiana. Scouts rendered service at the 50th anniversary of the Battle of
Gettysburg reunion of veterans. The first Children's Book Week was observed.
Membership during the year, 115,364. Total members to date, 188,964.
"But even though they probably certainly know that you probably wouldn't,
they don't certainly know that although you probably wouldn't
there's no probability that you certainly would"
-- Sir Humphrey Appleby
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City