Guide to Safe Scouting
Susan Best (talarowski@SPRYNET.COM)
Sat, 3 May 1997 20:02:53 -0700
In a week and a half, I'm giving a presentation on the Guide to Safe Scouting at
Roundtable. There's obviously a lot of information in the Guide and I will only
be able to touch on a small part of it. To help me prepare a useful
presentation, I'd like some feedback from the group on these questions.
1. Are there particular parts of the Guide which you find confusing?
2. Are there parts of the Guide which you find most useful?
3. Have you had any experiences where following the Guide made an obvious
difference (beyond the normal things that following the guide should do for us)?
4. Have you had any experiences where you didn't follow the Guide and something
happened that could have been prevented? (Don't worry - I won't report you.)
5. Have you been able to use the Guide as a good excuse for doing/not doing
something and therefore deflected the arguments away from yourself? (e.g., it's
not my rule, it's the BSA's rule)
6. Any other comments you have which would help the presentation would be
Troop 296, Cradle of liberty COuncil, PA
I used to be an Eagle (and working my ticket, which includes this presentation)
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City