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    • For my council you cannot find the information.  Any stakeholders report just note Scouts at camp.  Most of this is extolling the wonders of all the fundraising they do. Fully 25% of the staff employed are involved in fundraising.  Ask how the council is doing, you will get fundraising numbers
    • As I have posted elsewhere, my BSA summer camp abuse occurred after several weeks of prior campers clearly experienced my abuser's tactics.  When I arrived and signed up for his merit badge, other scouts (who were attending multiple weeks) told me that he was a pervert and queer.  He was quite comfortable at his little hideaway in the woods.  If BSA didn't know, they certainly should have known his actions were inappropriate.  They did not remove or reassign him. I don't know what that means, legally.  But had they not concealed his behavior, I would not have been abused.  
    • Just stick with facts you know. You are not (I think) a spokesperson for BSA, so be up front about that.  Any ideas you communicate are your own and not the position of BSA or your council on the matter. If you want to have something to relay regarding BSA's position, reach out to your DE and SE for your council's talking points. Then, please be so kind as to share them here.  
    • Kiwis and Ausies? Too many syllables. How about Koowies? Unfortunately that's too close to Cuey, a delicacy in South America. And a pet in North America. Given that Ausies eat kangaroos, why not?
    • Can anyone point me to some guidance on how to communicate with my troop to address the recent publication of this program or the others that will likely follow?  While it's easy to share good news, it's honest to share the bad news as well so it can be openly discussed. Bob
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