markkeeney: Re: Scouts and Alcohol
Mark C Keeney (markkeeney@JUNO.COM)
Thu, 21 Aug 1997 17:57:02 -0500
>(pssssst - one could simply say these adults < whom also happen to be
>in scouts> are running that booth... )
Remember a scout is trustworthy.
We teach our kids about th dangers of drugs of which alchohol is included
from the time they earn their Bobcat in cub scouts. then to say it is ok
we are getting paid for it is the worst message we could send. What
things can we do to make money? Sell drugs? Its ok well get a lot of
People keep saying it is part of life, but it is not part of the Boy
Or I and my son is in the wrong program.
BTW my children will NOT try alchohol or pot cigarretts in my home if
they try it
they will be ashamed of trying it and for me to find out about it. From
experience that is the best deterrant available.
I grew up in Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts and unless things have changed a
boy scout could be couted on to stand for the best and most noble of
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Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City