Re: MOM and SON, DAD and LAD
Jim Miller Sr. (jjmsr@LSFCU.ORG)
Wed, 17 Jul 1996 09:48:00 +0000
We went through the same name problem. It took me two years of pushing as counc
il president to get the name changed. We must be sensitive to the many youth wh
o have no "dad" to go with them. Our committee finally settled on the name "Ake
la/Cub Weekend" a nice compromise for all.
From: Scott Patterson
Sent: Tuesday, July 16, 1996 9:50 PM
To: Jim Miller Sr.; Multiple recipients of list SCOUTS-L
Subject: Re: MOM and SON, DAD and LAD
Marie E. Lackore wrote:
> First of all, let me introduce myself. My name is Marie E. Lackore
> and I am from the Gathering Waters District of the Bay-Lakes Council
> in Wisconsin. I have been very involved in Scouting for the past
> eight years on a unit level, district level and council level.
> Currently I am serving as Committee Chair for my older son's troop
> and Committee Chair for my younger son's Pack. I am also an
> Assistant District Commissioner. I just resigned as Vice Chair of
> Cub Scouting to take a council position in Family Camping. I also
> serve on the District Boy Scout Leader Training Staff. I have done
> numerous other activities throughout the years also!
> Presently, I am looking for information from anyone out there who's
> district/council has a MOM and SON, MOM and ME, DAD and LAD or
> similiar type event. I am especially interested in information on
> DAD and LAD as one of the responsibilities of my new position is to
> launch a DAD and LAD program.
> I look forward to hearing from you!
> Is there anything other than a "Bear" (C-17-94)!
> Marie E. LackoreYou might want to use the phrase"Parent and Lad" our council c
this about 2 years ago. It was due to complaints. It is sad not to have
a "Dad and Lad".
UC,ASM and Dad
James J. Miller, Sr. <JJMSR@lsfcu.org>
President, Liberty Savings Federal Credit Union
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