Re: Girl Scouts/Dads
Sally Garnaat (sally@U.ARIZONA.EDU)
Thu, 29 May 1997 10:17:39 -0700
On Wed, 28 May 1997, J/C Porter wrote:
> I guess my .02 is this. If your daughter thinks GSUSA or Campfire or
> whatever program she is involved in is lame...roll up your sleeves and
> help her make it right!
> If I am off-target on this GSUSA leaders, please correct my aim. :D
Exactly. YOU, yes you Dads CAN be Girl Scout Leaders. Some councils are
less enthusiastic, but I know several men who are leaders or co-leaders.
Your daughter can't find a troop she likes? Start your own troop. Offer
to teach skills to an existing troop. Most leaders will take whatever
help they can get. How can the kids ask to do exciting things if they
don't know about them?
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Sally Garnaat Brownie co-leader
Support Systems Analyst
Dept. of Political Science Sally@Arizona.EDU
University of Arizona Phone: 520.621.3409
Tucson, Arizona 85721 FAX: 520.621.5051
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