Re: The Big
Marc Scimonelli (email@example.com)
Sun Feb 15 22:32:59 1998
>From: Douglas Yeckley <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>To: Multiple recipients of list <email@example.com>
>Subject: Re: The Big "E" is no more!
>Date: Sun, 15 Feb 98 22:00:56 CST6CDT
>> In a message dated 98-02-15 13:56:42 EST, Martin Flynn write:
>> << The Boy Scouts of America, responding to a recent court case in
>> which the City of Chicago and the BSA settled, and in which as part
>> settlement, the City signed an agreement in federal court stating it
>> not renew its charter with the BSA's Exploring program, decided
>> special meeting of it's Program Group (which has supervision over
>> Scouting, Boy Scouting and Exploring programs and which has
>> membership and professional advisement), that the Exploring Division
>> disbanded and elements spread to a new division and to two others.
>> ============= Message Below =========================
>> I have 2 questions I hope someone has the answer to.
>> First, does anyone know what happened in Chicago? This is the first
>> Second, a question I have asked many people in scouting, but not able
>> an answer. I have been involved with scouting units in other nations,
>> registered with a BSA Cub Pack, Boy Scout Troop and Sea Explorer
>> have wondered:
>> Why are the Boy Scouts of America the only major Western World nation
>> be coed "top-to-bottom."
>> You may answer me offline at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks.
>> Dave Riter (email@example.com)
>> Skipper, SES Albert J. Mackie
>> Ship 544 - Bronx, NY
>I would like to know the answers to your questions also. If you should
>get any respones and reasonable answers, how about letting the rest of
>Doug Yeckley, Commodore, Nat. Cap. Area C.
I already know of quite of few scouts who are distressed about this as
well. We may have a few other questions in a bit, I'll bring thiers as
soon as I get them.
Regional Boatswain, NER
Ship 361 Columbia Ranger
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