Re: GS vs. BS
Sally Garnaat (sally@U.ARIZONA.EDU)
Thu, 13 Feb 1997 10:22:39 -0700
Our council has some fathers as leaders and trainers. I just took some
outdoor training and there were some male trainers and male leaders.
Re: training, our council requires you to have current training.
Sometimes GS rules change over time or even Forest Service rules change
over time (our camp is in a National Forest). I suppose each council
could have different rules due to different conditions in their council.
On Wed, 12 Feb 1997 email@example.com wrote:
> I am a father and Boy Scout leader who has just registered as a Girl Scout
> leader. My wife and I are in the process of getting me caught up to her in the
> GS training so that we can both be GS backpacking trained (there is noone in
> our district to take girls backpacking). We are anticapating some sidelong
> I have also found that the Girl Scouts are not national in their training
> sylibuses. The local council office, where the training is held, is 40 miles
> steve cobb
> "i used to be an eagle"
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