RE: Cub Scout Leader Recognition
G E Hedrick (rhaar@ALBERT.CS.GMR.COM)
Mon, 2 Nov 1992 12:10:07 EST
> > Do the adults have to be approved by the head of the chartering org., the
> > or a member of the chartering org.?
> The COR (or CR as listed on the charters) represents the organization.
> Thus, his/her signature is approving the adult leader candidate FOR the
> organization, not his own personal self. A CR never is supposed to be
> voicing or representing his/herself. To the units he/she speaks for the
> organization; to the organization he/she speaks for the units and their
> boys and leaders.
> > Our pack has always used a member of the chartered organization to sign most
> > of the adult applications.
> That is correct. The CR approves for the parent teach club in your case.
As I interpreted the original post, the pack was using ANY member
of the chartered organization to sign adult applications, not
the COR. I thought that it had to be either the COR or the
executive ehad of the sponsoring organization.
Chartered Organization Representative, Troop and Pack 188
BSA, Clinton Valley Council, Pontiac, Michigan, USA.
Chippewa Lodge #29, WWW
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