Re: Youth Protection
Paul H. Brown (phbrown@CAPACCESS.ORG)
Fri, 13 Sep 1996 07:43:39 -0400
I don't have any problem with my son's Varsity Coach taking him and 2
other team members to the OA ordeal next weekend. As long as there are 3
people present in the car, its no big deal.
> Typically it's the adult with the Geo who can go, not the one with the
> Suburban, the adult with the Suburban will loan you his/her kid for the
> weekend but not the Suburban<grin>.
As the adult with the Suburban (actually, its a van), I've been known to
lend it (even without lending the kid, too) to the SM for the weekend.
It came back clean, full of gas, and with a flat tire. I'd lend it again.
> -It often seems the "game of scouting" is interpreting the rules of scouting,
> but we are going to have a blast at the conclave. -
Its supposed to be the scouts who are playing the game. The adult
"gamemasters" should know what they're doing. This group helps us do that.
Paul H. Brown, WB 82-66
Roundtable Commissioner, George Washington District, NCAC
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