William J Turner (wjturner@IASTATE.EDU)
Fri, 17 Mar 1995 11:12:03 CST
In message <199503171621.KAA13534@pop-2.iastate.edu>, email@example.com wr
>Correct me if I'm wrong, but my understanding is that the Senior Patrol
>Leader is to be elected by the Patrol Leaders from among themselves...i.e.
>the SPL is the Patrol Leader who leads the other Patrol Leaders.
In my troop the entire troop elects the SPL, and then the patrols elect their
PLs. Those are our only elected positions (except for the SPL-elect serving 3
months as ASPL before taking office and then again after leaving office, which
I explained in a post yesterday). Everything else is appointed by the SPL or
PL, depending on if it is a troop or patrol office.
Of course, the JASMs are all appointed by the Scoutmaster, like required. (Or
is it the troop committee. I forget. Anyway, it's the way it is found in
whatever handbook it is in...)
William J Turner "A leader is a man who has the ability
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don't want to do and like it."
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