Re: BSA Eagle Positions of Responsibility
Sat, 20 Aug 1994 00:20:07 -0600
>Our new scout patrol disbands after a maximum of one year. The boys move
>into the patrol of their choice. Usually, each boy has had a month or
>two of "experience" as patrol leader of the new scout patrol. They have
That is interesting, in my troop, when we get new scouts they are just put into
patrols with the older boys. We tried once to do the new scout patrol, but at
the same time several of our oldest most experienced scouts got Eagle, and flew
the coop so to say. The patrol had no Youth to show them by example, and the
idea failed. How are you able to have youth help this patrol out?
Lodge 66 Yah-Tah-Hey-Si-Kess Kevin Murphy
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