Seascout-Net Mail Archive for June of 1999: Introduction
Sat, 05 Jun 1999 23:03:17 -0700
My name is Robyn Kolke, and I am a mate aboard the S.S.S. Propeller,
Ship #62 out of Seattle, Washington, Chief Seattle Council.
A little about myself, I am a 3rd generation Sea Scouter, my father and
grandfather were both Sea Scouts and then leaders. I guess Sea Scouting
is in my blood. For the past 8 years or so I haven't been involved in
scouting much at all, until about 3 months ago when I signed on again as
a mate. Looking back, I was really missing scouting but didn't realize
it until now. As for what I do outside of scouts, I am a stay-at-home
mom. My daughter, Leslie, is 1 1/2 years old. My husband is not
involved in Sea Scouts, and he really doesn't understand the draw it has
on me. He is very supportive of my efforts though, and I hope we can
get him "converted" at some point in the future.
I learned about this discussion group from some of my fellow mates, and
after reading some of the archived messages I knew I would enjoy putting
in my 2 cents worth, as well as getting feedback on some issues my ship
is facing. Hopefully I won't unbury any dead topics that should remain
dead, but there were a few issues I would like to give my input on at a
I'm looking forward to "meeting" you all!
Robyn Kolke, Mate
S.S.S. Propeller, Ship #62
Chief Seattle Council, Seattle, WA
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