Kim Moye (kmoye@SPDMAIL.SPD.DSCCC.COM)
Mon, 17 Feb 1997 11:01:03 -0600
John Pannell wrote that someone should have been aware of any character flaws
that the person in charge might have had and kept her from taking over this
part of the pack meeting.
Cathy Porter and I can both attest to the fact that you *CANNOT* always tell
until you get burned (yes, Cathy I'm speaking for ya :)
Sometimes there is no indication and you learn the lesson the hard way. If
this person DID cheat, at least it was a cheap lesson.
When we have drawings at pack meetings, the kids pick.
And yes, I do believe that coincidence does happen. At our Cub Roundtable,
after I first introduced door prizes, the first name I picked randomly from
a list was a member of my pack. And yes, there was screaming of a FIX,
done jokingly, but it has made me change the method by how I award door
cubmaster/webelos den leader
pack 308/allen tx
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