Seascout-Net Mail Archive for May of 1999: Re: Introduction
Fri, 28 May 1999 06:24:13 -0700 (PDT)
Welcome aboard, Alexander!!
SSS 361 Columbia Ranger
--- Alexander Rubin <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Hello, my name is Alexander Rubin and I'm part
> of Sea Scout Ship 210 in
> Fort Lauderdale, Florida. I'm an Eagle Scout and
> Vigil honer member of the
> Order of the Arrow and have been apart of the
> scouting program for about 12
> years. Our ship was started in late November of
> last year. We currently
> have about 10 people registered. We are realy still
> going through our
> growing pains, getting a fixed day of the week for
> meetings, programs for
> meetings, monthly activities and so on, but we are
> working through that
> right now and hope to have that all sorted out very
> soon. We are also in
> the process of building a classic Herreshoff H-28
> sailboat that should be
> finished by the end of this year and hope to be
> obtaining several more
> vessels very shortly.
> On a personal note. I got the sea scout bug
> about two years ago at the
> National Jamboree. I was serving on the Order of
> the Arrow Indian village
> and was only about 100 yards for the Sea Scout
> display, needless to say
> almost all my free time was spent at their display.
> Since then I started
> this sea scout ship and we're moving along slowly.
> I'm sure that I will be able to get a lot of
> great infomation from this
> mailing list.
> Thanks again.
> Yours in Sea Scouting,
> Alexander Rubin
> Boatswain - Sea Scout Ship 210
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