Re: Is good enough really *good enough*?
Stan Pope (StanDCmr@AOL.COM)
Tue, 15 Apr 1997 23:28:53 -0400
Date: Mon, 14 Apr 1997 10:46:48 -0400
From: "Hodges, Mitch" <Mitch.Hodges@TRANSQUEST.COM>
Subject: Re: Is good enough really *good enough*?
re: "have lost none of my Den from the original group. I feel I am doing a
good job, though perhaps not as well as could be done if I had had
appropriate training, or better guidance (another issue, another time).
I'm just not completely convinced I want my child associated with a
organization that has some of the die-hard attitudes that Scouting
leadership sometimes portrays. I had hoped to encourage and help all
three of my sons through Eagle. Now I'm not so sure. I'd love to be
I'm probably what you would call a "die hard Scouter"... but I'm sensitive to
your concerns. I'd like to have something more specific to work on (and
improve on) but, from your post, I could not identify any specific actions or
attitudes that caused you distress.
Can you list some more specifics?
By the way, it sounds like you did a "bang-up job" with those Wolves this
past year... advancement and retention! Congratulations! And for them,
please pass along a "Grand Howl" from Illinois!
Stan Pope (Lilchpin Elangomat)
A volunteer Scouter for W.D. Boyce Council, BSA, Peoria, IL
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