Re: Cub Scout Woodbadge
Jonah Triebwasser (jonaht@JUNO.COM)
Sun, 29 Dec 1996 18:18:30 EST
Our recently completed Boy Scout Woodbadge was not terribly physically
taxing (I am 47 years old, could stand to lose 20 lbs and I get my
exercise chasing golf balls into the rough.) We had a Scouter in our
patrol who had very bad knees and he was transported by the staff in a
golf cart. Any BSA event should make similar accommodations where needed.
If there is a hike involved, your group should pace itself to the slowest
hiker in any event. Enjoy the Woodbadge experience.
Jonah Triebwasser, Assistant Scoutmaster, Troop 128
Boy Scouts of America Rhinebeck, New York, US of A
I used to be an Eagle; NEII-83
On Sun, 29 Dec 1996 10:55:35 -0600 Kim Moye <kmoye@SPDMAIL.SPD.DSCCC.COM>
>I am fortunate to be invited to Cub Woodbadge Trainingt
> One big problem. It states that while this event is not a
>competition, the attendee should be in good physical shape.
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City