Re: Cub Scout Leader Recognition
Kathie Cerveny (kathie@DELTA.EECS.NWU.EDU)
Fri, 30 Oct 1992 11:30:47 CST
> With regard to adult leadership recognition a person can only be
> awarded for tenure in the registered position. This is written in
> Leadership Training Plans,Procedures, Materials , no. LG4169 as
> Kathie cited. Although, in many councils recognition is being made
> now for simultaneous tenure in different registered positions (eg:
> CM and Unit Commissioner or like above). Perhaps Kathie can
> comment on if this change is universally recognized.
---from the October 1992, page 6, this is now stated a bit clearer and
supercedes the Leadership manual, 4169. Any time a policy, etc. is printed
in your Scouting Magazine it supercedes other publications unless otherwise
stated. As long as I have know you have indeed been award based on the
registered position. But it NEVER said how many positions.
> Kathie: I can't agree with your statement that "Tigers are not for
> every pack." With the exception of the LDS packs (based on the
> Charter Organization rules), I have yet to find any pack where
> the Tiger program does not add a great benefit in both the
> recruiting of boys and adults. Some leaders that have fought the
> program change in the past are now my best advocates.
----Well, I have been in sales and marketing a long time, and as a
recruiter of some success, I find that if you try to force volunteers to
manage and accept a program they do not want that it done very poorly and
not at all good experiences for the boys. Thus, my statement.
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City