Re: Following rules (was Tiger Cubs and Belt Loops)
Kathie Cerveny (kathie@EECS.NWU.EDU)
Tue, 28 Feb 1995 14:43:29 -0600
One of the problems I have always had with the program as National has it
> now was that the quality of the program has been left up to one
> individual and that is the Tiger Group Coach.
--From it's inception in 1982, there was always to be a Tiger Cub
Coordinator at the district and council levels, with support
committees. Where there have been, Tiger Cubs are very strong.
However up until the last
> two years no real training was available for this position and only now
> with a push from various Training Staffs are we getting anyone trained to
> this position.
--I was trained in 1982; 1985; 1987; 1989; 1990; 1992 for the district
Tiger Cub position, as well as the Tiger Cub coach position. So this
is not a very new training program. My problem, is that it is not
being worked. But then, I probably was one of the first trained
district Tiger Cub people in 1982. Yes, that's 1982.
Hope this helps a bit. We all benefit from this list because of just
this kind of thing. I have to wonder how strong our program (all
parts) would be if we all just "went out of our home council" once in
awhile. That is why so many of us do.
The training has always been the responsibility of the district and
council training teams. That is how I got involved, as the district
Hope this helps.
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City