Re: hazing policy taken too far.
Peter K Kennon (lego@VISI.COM)
Tue, 16 Sep 1997 18:25:27 -0500
I am a staff member at a council summer/winter scout reservation. During
this last summer we had an adult leader demand that we not sing some of the
classic summer camp songs such as:
-Sing a Song....
-Round the Table You must go
-Ain't no flies on us
-If I couldn't be on the ____ Staff
She said that these all fell under the BSA's hazing policy and we "should be
ashamed of ourselves" for singing them at summer camp. So we stopped. At the
end of the week almost all the unit evaluations made some comment about how
the camp experience had be less because of the missing songs.
Comments.... Are these songs hazing???
Peter K. Kennon
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