Re: Ordeal Projects (was ordeals and timing
ken kerns Jr. (KGK8878@EXODUS.VALPO.EDU)
Wed, 23 Feb 1994 18:24:09 -0600
Back on the Island (long Island NY) the brotherhood projects are no different
then those for the candidates. We ask the brother going for brotherhood to
work hand and hand with the candidates. We have only one task master and that
up intill the time I went to school was my job. I'd divide the candidates up
into different work group by the following method:
1 . When Candidates & Brothers show up (Adult and Youth) have them
fill out a form that tell about hobbies, interest, *JOB*
2 . Once I know who can do what I can assign groups to the brothers.
Depending on the size of the job usually about 8 in a group.
3 . ON Sat. morning we send them to work. Upon completion of a job
they find me and get another job.
Jobs are usually given decided by the ranger, camp maintence chairman, camp
director, and services chairman(youth). We will do everything from retaining
walls, electric, plumbing, roadwork, tents (fixing, put up, take down), etc.
Usually we get a lot done using this method.
Kenneth Kerns Jr.
Services Chairman Shinicock Lodge 90-93
Suffolk County Council
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