Re: Who Has Authority to Drop Scouts
Alan Houser (troop24@EMF.NET)
Sun, 18 Jun 1995 15:06:11 -0700
Previously I wrote:
>At the Annual Planning Conference last month, our PLC revised its definition
>of "active" to be
> 75% of meetings
> 50% of outings
> 50% of Troop-sponsored service hours
What I didn't make clear is that this definition is used to allow
participation in Venture Crew activities (for those 13 & older) and for
Scout spirit and leadership. A Scout is not dropped until recharter time.
Any time before that he can come back and get re-involved, or he can pay
the registration fee for another year and remain "inactive". Any time he
wants to come back and be an "active" member, he is welcome.
With the Venture Crew program, however, we have had almost no dropouts from
among the older Scouts.
Alan R. Houser ** Scoutmaster, Berkeley Troop 24 ** email@example.com
** WWW page ** http://www.emf.net/~troop24/t24.html **
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