Re: Summertime Pack Award
Stanton Schmidt (sschmidt@HP.UWSUPER.EDU)
Tue, 24 Sep 1991 11:55:16 CDT
> In cases like these, I feel it is ALWAYS better to give the kids
> the benefit of a doubt. The positive feedback is more important
> to the kids than any of the politics and "fine print".
> I say let the kids have the ribbon.
> Jon Eidson
My first inclination was the same. And I hate to play devils advocate here,
but I am going to anyway.
If the attendance at the summertime events had been 0,4,6 respecively the
"average" attendance would still be 3.3, should they still be awarded the
If you award the ribbon to the den for 2,3,5 attendance will this
"technicality" come back to haunt them?
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City