Re: Camp grace
JAMES SHECKELS (sheckej@EARTHLINK.NET)
Fri, 21 Jun 1996 16:59:19 -0700
When I took Woodbadge many moons ago, a staffer told me that you would know
it was time to quit Scouting when you no longer had FUN and lost your sense
Jan, don't see any form of offense here!
At 06:53 AM 6/17/96 -0600, you wrote:
>John Burke sent me a post reminding me that my post looking for a funny
>grace might be offensive to some of the group. I apologize to the group.
>(Please don't flame me!) Perhaps "contemporary" is a better term for what
>I'm looking for. Something different. John's point is well-taken; some
>of the other staffer's might be offended if you guys would be. I'll
>suggest something from the Cub Scout Songbook and see what the other
>staffer's come up with. Again, my apologies if this wan't an appropriate
>post. (Learning something the hard way again - but I'd rather learn it
>here than anywhere else, I guess).
> - - Jan Mussler, DL, Pack 170, Nederland, CO
> / \ / \Arapahoe District, Longs Peak Council
>/ \/ \8500 feet and still climbing...
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