RE: A couple of unrelated questions.
(no name) ((no email))
Sat, 13 Mar 1993 12:07:27 CST
Mark Wilson <mwilson@POLARIS.ORL.MMC.COM> writes:
>Question 1: We have a Scout who is likely to complete the requirements for
>First Class prior to the next Board of Review. He is already scheduled to go
>before that BOR for his Second Class. The requirements state that each rank
>be earned in order. If he is reviewed on the same night for both ranks, the
>advancement report will show the same date for both ranks. Is that a problem?
>My initial thought is no, as long as First Class doesn't PREDATE Second Class.
>What does the collected wisdom of the list think?
That's not a problem...the advancement repotrt should show
both Second and First Class if he had earned them both. Just make
sure that you place the Second Class rank advancement BEFORE the First
>Question 2: Our troop experienced a major growth spurt last fall. One of the
>requirements for the SM Award of Merit is that at least 50% of the troop
>attain First Class. As things stand right now, more than 50% of the current
>troop membership could not be eligible for First Class (there haven't been
>10 troop functions, other than meetings, since they joined). As of the next
>BOR all but one of the others
What others, Mark?? I am confused hence the reason why I haven't
replied to this posting until now.
>will have First Class (the last one may as well,
>it depends on whether he's mastered the diagonal lashing yet). Given the
>circumstances, has the rank requirement for the SM Award of Merit been met?
>(I'm asking for my Troop Committee Chair who approached me on the topic)
50 percent is fifty percent. Clarify this for me so that I can reply
to your question and give you a better answer than this one....sorry!
( Settummanque, the blackeagle... ) )
((MAJ) Mike L. Walton (among other "endearing" names) ( )
( AIS/MR Recreation/Leisure Specialist, Lifeskills Inc. ___)_ )
( Phone 502-782-7992 (home) 502-842-2274 (office) |-=-|] )
(3201-D Cave Springs Avenue -- Greenwood, KY 42104-4439 -------- )
( WALTOML@WKUVX1 / "No such thing as strong coffee, only weak people" )
( KYBLKEAGLE@AOL.COM (America Online) / BSRWALTON@EKU (EKU VAX) )
( "I don't speak for Lifeskills, Inc. or WKU...but man, do I speak!!!!" )
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City