Re: Help - CM w/ son going to another Troop(long)
Ted Burton (tedbrtn@CYBERHIGHWAY.NET)
Sat, 6 Apr 1996 20:52:45 -0700
At 11:55 04.04.96, Bill Williams wrote:
>However, now here my concerns. I am a Cub Master which a part of my job is to
>promote/encourage my Webelos to go up and join the Boy Scouts Program or
>expose them of it - with the same Church correct????
One size does not fit all. There is no shame in boys' going different
directions. They may even learn a new dimension to reverant: respecting the
views of those whose views are different. If your 'own' troop permits
hazing, which is contrary to BSA rules, it is owed no duty.
And cheer up, your son sounds like a go-getter; in this day and age get
down on your knees and thank Creator!
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