Re: Explorers who are female
J/C Porter (jcporter@IX.NETCOM.COM)
Sat, 7 Jun 1997 03:40:18 -0500
Since my older son has been in Boy Scouts, I've seen many
> young women working at summer camps. Camp Strake in SHAC has an
> Explorer Post that registers their female employees, although they could
> belong to another Post instead. They must be registered Explorers to
> work there, I think. <snip> Is that
> SOP for most Scout camps?
As soon as I sent this, I realized I had placed my question in the wrong
place. I was trying to ask:
Don't most BSA camps have an Explorer Post and is that where the young
female employees are registered? They could be registered in another
post of course, but there is one at Camp Strake.
(I was _not_ trying to ask if most female Explorers worked in the
dining hall!! I _know_ that that is not true!!!)
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