Re: Guide to Safe Scouting
Glenn E Schwartzberg (gschwartz@EARTHLINK.NET)
Fri, 13 Sep 1996 08:36:50 -0700
At 19:20 09/12/96 -0500, you wrote:
>There are many questions that could be answered simply by using the Guide to
>Safe Scouting ( LM34411). This is the order number for the 1995 version,
>that also appears in the 1996 Scoutings Library of Literature. There is a
>1996 version and undoubtabily will be a 1997 version early next year.
>There are a lot of "experts" who say "Scouting says", often they have not
>consulted the guide or don't even own one. This book has the policies and
>rules. They are published in bold type, to set them off from other parts of
>Any Scouter should have a copy. They are available from Councils, Scout
>Shops and National supply. Infact if you call they will get you the up to
In addition, a few months back Nathan Brindle created an online version(PC
help file format) for a Woodbadge ticket item. I've found it very useful.
Included with it was the requirements book. I will be happy to email it to
anyone who wants it. Two disclamers 1. I assume that there is no copywrite
problem since Nathan sent it before. 2. I use Eudora Mail which decodes
files automagically, I do not know what your email does.
If you would like it please email me privately at email@example.com or
Nathans listed Email is NATHAN@LSOFT.COM.
I am an Eagle '73
I used to be an Antelope WCS-30-92
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