Scouting Anniversary Int'l Traditions Survey
Jeanne Scharfenberg (JScharf@AOL.COM)
Mon, 3 Nov 1997 20:24:19 -0500
The Roundtable is a monthly leaders meeting held for a large
geographic area. Its purpose is to provide Cub Scouters with the
resources and ideas to provide quality program during the following
month. The theme for January's meeting for February is "Let's
Celebrate Scouting" in honor of the American Scouting anniversary.
For this Scouting Anniversary theme, our Cub Scout Roundtable staff
is trying to gather some new ideas for how to "...Celebrate Scouting"
We would like to present to our Cub Scout leaders some Scouting
Anniversary traditions celebrated by Scouters from around the world.
If you would like to help us, please answer the following questions
in your reply. If there are any cultural concepts unique to your
country which need explaining, please do so. My e-mail address is
Thank you in advance for your kind assistance. Please reply before
November 30, 1997.
1. What is your name, city, and country?
2. What branch and age group of Scouting are you involved with?
3. How do you celebrate the anniversary of Scouting in your unit?
4. How do the children participate?
5. How do the parents participate?
6. Describe other unique traditions for celebrating Scouting's
Anniversary used in your country:
7. Indicate with an "X" whether you wish to be credited for your
contribution to our program. This recognition will either list just
your name, city and country or will also list your e-mail address.
( ) Yes. It is okay to list my name, city, country and e-mail.
( ) Yes. It is okay to list my name, city and country.
Do not list my e-mail address.
( ) No. Do not credit me at all. My contribution is anonymous.
Thank you again for participating in this survey. If you know of
Scouters in other countries who might also like to help us, please
forward this letter to them. Please remember though, our deadline
is November 30, 1997.
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