Re: COOKING, SCOUTS V LEADERS
Edward G. 'Ted' Burton (tedburtn@HALCYON.COM)
Wed, 29 Mar 1995 17:34:38 -0700
Mike Woessner <STRIDERMW@aol.com> asked:
>A quick question for the NET. Do Scouts cook for themselves and an adult
>leader or do the scouts cook just in patrols and the leaders cook for
>themselves?I was wondering how other units do the cooking.
For a second I thought it read cook ... and adult leader; cannibalism is a
no-no under the Adult Protection Policy....
It has always been my belief that in a troop with enough scouts not to
burden one patrol with two guests three times a day, adult leaders should
be guests of patrols for meals by invitation always extended by someone.
On the other hand, occasionally the adults cook and invite a patrol. This
is a subtle way to introduce Scouts to the wonderful cooking that can be
done in a campsite.
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