Chartered Org. Rep
Steve Souza (76703.633@COMPUSERVE.COM)
Thu, 4 Mar 1993 03:39:03 EST
Quoting From: Bob Haar rhaar@ALBERT.CS.GMR.COM
===>> Bob Haar Chartered Organization Representative, Troop and Pack 188
BSA, Clinton Valley Council, Pontiac, Michigan, USA. Chippewa Lodge #29, WWW
Bob, I see that besides being in the OA (Order of the Arrow), you are a
Chartered Organizational Representative (COR) for your Troop & Pack.
I have been a COR for a Post for about 2 years, and am still getting my feet
wet as far as the dutues and responsibilities. Can you (and other CORs on
the list) share any insight, experiences, 'war stories', etc. for folks like
me who are new to the COR positions.
What kind of things should I do with/for the unit? What about the annual
Council board meeting? I'm a long time Scouter, but a short time COR.
PS. (Post Script) I'm starting to get inthe habit of explaining
abbreviations once in a while for those who may not be aware of them, or
ones like COR that can mean more than one thing (Camp-O-Ree).
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