I'm back...and I owe people patches...and I missed all of you
Mary Lee Foley (mlfoley@EARTHLINK.NET)
Fri, 30 May 1997 17:29:56 -0400
Hello to all my old friends and here's hoping I make some new ones.
Since losing my job at the University of Toledo to a budget cut, I
bounced from one ISP to another. I think I'm finally settled down, so
it's time to renew old acquaintances and pay some debts.
I know several people were patiently waiting for CSPs and OA flaps. Due
to changes in hardware, software and ISP, and a broken backup tape, I've
lost most of the addresses. Thanks to search software, I found Mike
Walton and he led me back here. Anyway, I want to make amends. If you
think I owe you anything, please e-mail me your snail mail address and
For those who have joined Scouts-L since I left, I spend most of my
"free" time with Troop 71 (10 boys) in Toledo, Ohio, where I'm the
advancement chairman and wife of the SM. I attend most of the meetings
and activities and keep all the records. My other jobs are related to
Anthony Wayne District where I'm officially Cub Scout Leader training
chairman, maybe moving to Boy Scout leader training chairman, unit
commissioner for 2 packs and a troop, and "helper" for the Pinweood
Derby chairman (any of you bright people want to guess who the chair is?
;-) ) For Toledo Area Council, I'm co-chair of the Cub PowWow part of
University of Scouting. Maybe I'll slip a Woodbadge ceremony into the
proceedings. I completed my Cub Woodbadge ticket two years ago and we
keep postponing the presentation. (I used to be an Eagle...)
When I'm not Scouting, I can be found at a PC. I teach adults about
computers, beginning with "Intro to PCs" and continuing through learning
about Windows 95 and various applications. My favorite classes right
now are the ones related to the Internet because I can always claim to
be researching my material! :-)
Enough of this; I have to go do some "research."
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City