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scouter_t@yahoogroups.com
Jul 1
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Re: Vendor quality for Porta-Potties

That was a great story when it was going around. I was there and was told it was a made up story. It got tons of laughs whenever I told it. Connie From:
Connie Knie
Jun 8
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Re: Vendor quality for Porta-Potties

A suggestion for using plastic portable toilets: Designate some for sitting-only and some for standing only. This keeps use levels much lower for the
Liam Morland
Jun 5
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15201

Re: Flushable toilets in cub scout camping

The reason for the board to keep the covers close is to keep the odors down. Ed Harvey Hudson Valley Council Cub Training Chair In a message dated 6/4/2015
ed5870
Jun 5
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Re: Flushable toilets in cub scout camping

What I stress as a BALO trainer is no surprises. Make sure your leaders and parents know what will be there. No need for flush toilets just the information. Ed
ed5870
Jun 5
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Re: Vendor quality for Porta-Potties

My funniest story regarding Porta-potties occurred at the 2010 National Scout Jamboree. I was an Assistant Scoutmaster for my council's troop contingent, and
Sean Waiss - AOL
Jun 5
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15198

Re: Vendor quality for Porta-Potties

Re porta-potties: For a camporee I organized in which porta-johns were used, each unit was required to sign up for cleaning duty. Once every hour, a cleaning
Daniel Kurtenbach
Jun 5
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Vendor quality for Porta-Potties

For those faced with poorly maintained porta-potties, I would suggest that you write your complaint out and submit it to the event chairperson, SE, or business
Kelly Parker
Jun 5
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Re: Flushable toilets in cub scout camping

Sanitary Toilet Facilities include such things as State Park latrines and boy scout camps without running, flushible water. It is virtually any facility that
Deborah Slager
Jun 5
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Re: Flushable toilets in cub scout camping

Kelly wrote: “The key phrase that I use when teaching Baloo is . . . “ I reached for my mouse to click “Like” for your post, and realized that
Daniel Kurtenbach
Jun 4
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Re: Flushable toilets in cub scout camping

The key phrase that I use when teaching Baloo is "how to plan and organize a successful outdoor experience for Cub Scouts, adults, and siblings." I usually
r13867
Jun 4
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Re: Flushable toilets in cub scout camping

The only restrictions I still know of is that Latrines must be designed to prevent a Cub Scout from falling in. most current facilities have bars under the
Dan Dreelin
Jun 4
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Re: Flushable toilets in cub scout camping

While not exactly on-topic, the following link contains BSA's design guidelines for their camps and may be of interesting reading...
Chad Cooper
Jun 4
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Re: Flushable toilets in cub scout camping

Hey folks yes, port-a-potties ARE acceptable as well as outdoor latrines as long as they are CLEAN and a wash station is with them; any toilet can become a
A. Dukovic
Jun 4
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Re: Flushable toilets in cub scout camping

Sherry: The idea is to get the families out there camping.  I know of parents who WILL NOT go camping if there are no flush toilets.  The kids will usually
Thomas Roberts
Jun 4
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