Handbooks and Literature
Michael F. Bowman (mfbowman@CAPACCESS.ORG)
Fri, 21 Nov 1997 22:51:28 -0500
Earlier in the week we had some discussion of how BSA Handbooks and
Literature have changed over the years. There were some comments about
some of the things that used to be there that are missed and some
thoughts about what be good to have in a Patrol Leader Handbook, the BSA
Handbook, the Scoutmaster Handbook, etc.
Well as things would have it, I ended up chatting with one of the folks I
know who serves at the National level and who would be happy to take a
look at ideas I receive from Scouters and Scouts.
If you have ideas on what would help make the handbooks more useful to
Scouts and Scouters, things that ought to be included, things that
aren't particularly useful, things you'd like to see, please take a
minute to hit the keyboard and share your ideas. If you want to send
them to me privately or share an idea with the list to see how others
feel, I'll see that your comments get forwarded on to my contact at National.
Speaking only for myself in the Scouting Spirit, Michael F. Bowman
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