Re: Pack Problems
Norman J. MacLeod (gaelwolf@SSNET.COM)
Fri, 8 Nov 1996 13:55:17 -0500
Boys of Cub age can behave. After all, they are required to behave when
theey are in class at school, and that seeems to work out pretty well in
The parents in your Pack appear to have a problem. Simply put, they are
abdicating their parental responsibility to ensure that their children
The Pack should pick up the tab on the destroyed toys, and I feel that
the parents of the children who were involved in the destruction of the
toys ought to reimburse the Pack for the cost of the incident.
If the parents of your present Pack do not find it necessary that their
children behave to a decent standard, perhaps there is another Pack that
would be better served by your leadership.
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