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RE: [AT-L] scouts



Well, having a son as a cub scout and a daughter as a Cadet Girl Scout, and
I, being a leader, often take the both of them on the other's events. My
daughter, at 13, is a veteran hiker & camper. I am pleased to share my
scouters with either group. 

My Kids' Dad.

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>Sent: 	Monday, September 23, 1996 1:04 PM
>To: 	Ed LaVine
>Subject: 	[AT-L] scouts
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>first, i am impressed that girl scouts are going outside. when i was
>a girl scout we made crafts. once and awhile roasted marshmallows.
>this summer, i didn't see any girl scouts, or any girls really. lots of 
>big boy scout troops were seen tropping throught the woods.
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>is their any unified theory on firebuilding, in any group?
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>--chrisatee
>na
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