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    Elite Member Bob77064's Avatar
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    Default Re: Son graduated

    Congratulations

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    Default Re: Son graduated

    Bet it seems like yesterday he was just starting school?

    Nothing like High School graduations...

    Congratulations to you both!

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    Default Re: Son graduated

    Robert, I just saw this. Congratulations to your son.
    Jim


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    Veteran Member mostly_gas's Avatar
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    Default Re: Son graduated

    Congrats on the graduation

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    Default Re: Son graduated

    I'm kinda jealous... He graduated, and then yesterday went 2.5 hours north of here, near Mt Lassen National Park, to work at a Boy Scout camp all summer. I have spent a lot of time with him at that camp, during Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts. I spent time there for Wood Badge leader training... "I used to be a Buffalo, a good ole Buffalo too..."
    RobertN in Shingle Springs Calif

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    Super Star Member Thomas's Avatar
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    Default Re: Son graduated

    Proud dad indeed.

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    Default Re: Son graduated

    Congratulations Robert, It takes work to get them to this point. Camp is a great leadership role that will take him to the next level.

    have fun with it.

    paul

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    Default Re: Son graduated

    Congratulations to you both. Raising children is often the hardest job you ever do and the most rewarding.
    A young man today plotting his course through school or work is facing some very challenging times. Hard to give him a piece of advice fearing that the unknowns will make your advice a bum steer. I expect you are both proud and concerned at the same time.

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