Re: Is your Troop the Council 911 ??
Ted Burton (tedburtn@HALCYON.COM)
Tue, 11 Apr 1995 06:46:11 -0600
Paul Brown, today's proliphic author, wrote:
>On Sun, 9 Apr 1995, Ed Henderson wrote:
>> no time for a tour permit, it was not in my troop's monthly calendar, my PLC
>> did not have a chance to vote on it, and it was at least the 6t time in the
>> past 12 months that my council has done something like this, on events that
>> they knew, or should have known about months in advance.
>I think you've hit the nail on the head. Scouting is a program run by
>boys. If the PLC hasn't voted on it, its not a boy program. Good
>relations with the curia isn't part of the scout program. Yes, we can be
>friendly, helpful, etc., but we're not enablers for their lack of
>planning. I suggest the next time you get such a call you respond that
>you'll take it up with the PLC at their next scheduled meeting.
After all, if we help Scouts grow and learn by letting them fail, what
about letting SE's, FE's, and DE's fail? What's sauce for the goose.....
;-) Whoops, now my beloved professionals in this Council will think I do
not like them....
Actually, if you decide to quit playing EPT (emergency program technician)
I would warn them first sometime when it's an academic issue.
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