Re: JAMBOREE HELP NEEDED
Jim Miller Sr. (jjmsr@LSFCU.ORG)
Thu, 17 Apr 1997 14:22:01 -0500
If that "special invitation" is what I think it is you're reading a lot
lines. I have one sitting in front of me that I'm certain was sent out to all
James E. West Fellows. It does say "list others who will be in your party"
but it also says that "you are invited for a one-day overview of the
I can't find any implication that this invitation gives anyone any special
right to circumvent the rules if traveling with youth covered by BSA
insurance. Are we talking about the same thing or is your CC's invite
Please don't take this as a "flame." Just an attempt at clarification.
Sent: Thursday, April 17, 1997 9:54 AM
To: Jim Miller Sr.; multiple recipients of list scouts-l; Jim Miller
Subject: JAMBOREE HELP NEEDED
The Troop Committee Chairman in my troop has received a special invitation
to attend the Jamboree from the President and Chief Scout Executive of BSA.
He is going to accept the invitation and bring along three scouts from our
troop and myself.
Since he is an invited guest we will be able to stay or camp in the area of
the Jamboree but not in the actual Jamboree grounds. (50 or 75 mile rule
does not apply)
I need help in locating a place to camp during the Jamboree from July 29 to
If anyone has any suggestions for places to camp please respond privately
Dwight Garner ASM Troop 81 Carriere Mississippi
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