Re: hazing policy taken too far.
Rodrigo Sandoval (rodrigos@MEX1.UNINET.NET.MX)
Wed, 17 Sep 1997 11:34:06 +0000
Peter K Kennon wrote:
> 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
> -Happy Birthday
> -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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Happy Birthday in the policy???, please give me a break
I'm from Mexico and also we have a policy about books, songs, etc, but
happy birthday, I think this person is mad or doesn't know anything
about scouts, maybe she's kind of religious fanatic or something like
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Rodrigo Sandoval Velazquez
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