Carey Probst (hcprobst@NETHEAVEN.COM)
Fri, 9 Jun 1995 08:51:03 +0000
Tim Hurd wrote:
>scouts. Their noisiness and "pre-teen" behavior gets on his nerves and
>is quite difficult for him to handle.
>I fear that when he finishes his eagle rank, he will want to back out of
>the troop somewhat, to do things more at his level.
>I have had discussions with his on this subject, but I am not sure he
>understands everything I am trying to say.
Maybe you can get him interested in Exploring or a Venture
patrol within the troop to keep him interested and active.
In the end, the decision has to be up to him. I think I
understand his problem though. I may just be getting old, or
the new scouts or changing, but it sure seems that the latest
bunch of Webelos to cross into our troop is the most undisciplined
that we have ever had.
Wish him my best.
Carey Probst, firstname.lastname@example.org
Adv. Chr., Troop 16, Saratoga Dist., Twin Rivers Council
SM(ret.) Troop 16, Brotherhood Member, Ganienkeh Lodge 19
District Committee, Past Dist. Adv. Chairman
Beaver, NE-II-53, Elk Lick Reservation, 1988, beads, 1989
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City