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A Tribute To Brbb Courage And Leadership

This article first appeared in issue 20, and was written by Ed Waggener.

While the BRBB has never, and will never, assemble to hand out Merit Badges, we are recognizing the diligence of one member as representative of the dutiful nature of all BRBB Bearmen/women. It was a few short months ago that Bearman Bill Twyman took the oath at the Circle R, assuming the duty for the sector from Hibernia in Taylor County, northward through LaRue County, across the Salt River to Bernheim Forest, to the Outer Loop. BRBB members do not serve a probationary term, but just like politicians' backdoor voter pledges we check new ones out. We keep a watchful eye on results. Activity doesn't count. Results do. The BRBB is against unnecessary activity, particularly when it involves work, especially work that oughtn't have been done in the first place. What we found is: BRB Boardman Twyman has done good.

True to BRBB traditions, in Mr. Twyman's sector, there have been no bear transgressions. Humankind and bears are co-existing without a single outrage since he assumed authority. That, we submit, gloriously typifies BRBB leadership. -ED, BRBB

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