Bob Ellis (rhellis@SERVTECH.COM)
Thu, 4 Sep 1997 19:55:19 -0400
>Please allow me to introduce myself.
>I am a new adult (over 50) volunteer in our district in western New york
>State (on Lake Erie) and I recently heard about Scouts-L. I am interested
>right now in helping the Cub Scouts at the training level even though I was
>never a cub. I am a District Committee Chairperson. I was awarded the Eagle
>the same time I received the fiftieth anniversery achivement award and so
>that gives you an idea of how long it has been since I was involved with
>scouts. I have two daughters who are now having children and that is, as
>best as I can put it, the reason that I am getting back into scouts.
> I am interested in training issues and hope to use this list as a
>resource as we begin the cub scout recruitment time of the year. I haven't
>reviewed the index yet but have sent the request and hope to find innovative
>approaches to University of Cub Scouting sessions, roundtables, and Pow-Wows.
> I am looking forward becoming a part of this list. If the above is
>too impersonal, I would be glad to tell you all more about my grandson (3
>mos.) and granddaughter (2 mos.), :-), profession (neuropsychology), and
>hobbies (old books, especially first editions, scouting books.)
> Thank you in advance for your understanding of my naivete and any
>toes that I may step on as I become acquainted with the 'lore' of this list.
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City