Re: Scouts and Alcohol
Thu, 21 Aug 1997 21:11:35 -0700
Ron Raab-Long wrote:
> I wish you'd asked about this during last night's committee meeting. The
> company we are doing the work for, American Family Day, does not provide any
> alcoholic beverages, does not serve alcoholic beverages, and does not ask
> their volunteer staff to serve alcoholic beverages.
> If beer is available at the picnic, it would have to come from the
> participants themselves. We cannot control what they do.
Well Hello Ron, esteemed CC and Dad!
To tell you the truth, I really didn't think about all the possible
ramifications of the alcohol until after the meeting - while I was
getting my daily fix of Scouts-L! It looks like I misunderstood you at
the meeting - when you told us that there would be beer at this event, I
assumed...well, we all know what they say about that word ASS-U-ME!
I think this project is great - we can buy a lot of Cracker Barrell with
$1200! And I am relieved to know that the alcohol is a non issue. Ron,
I hope you're feeling better. And to the list members - Thank You for
your thoughtful and generous replies.
Until next time,
AdvChair, Troop 903
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City