Re: Re2:Exploring Scouting to end as we know it?
Nathan Alan Beauheim (beauheim@CAE.WISC.EDU)
Mon, 16 Feb 1998 18:38:15 -0600
> >Will my communications post be LFL and my Service Team in the same
> >district? Or will I need ST's in every district?
> I don't know how the service aspect of the new Venture program will be; I
> don't know if we'll have "Venture Commissioners" similar to what we have for
> Packs, Troops and Teams, or if we'll have something crossing the old
> Exploring Service Team (a bad concept, even though I led several and trained
> plenty) and the District's Commissioner setup (the best way to deliver
> Exploring to each unit in my opinion).
> I do know that Learning for Life is supposed to have something called a
> "Support Team" to work with individual groups on an ad-hoc basis.
What is LFL's policy regarding Atheists and Gays? Seems to me that's what got
us into this mess in the first place. If LFL's policies are the same as the
rest of BSA's, we've trashed Exploring, and haven't even gained anything. (It
wasn't just not allowing girls into Boy Scouts that caused Chicago to stop
sponsoring units, it was also the religious policy and the anti-homosexual
policies of BSA)
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