Court Of Honour/PLC
Marcus Ridgway (marcus@INTEQ.COM)
Tue, 21 Nov 1995 08:58:14 GMT
David Wilson <Djh.Wilson@EE.QUB.AC.UK> wrote:
>As a UK Scout Leader for the last six years, and a Scout for a not
>inconsiderable number of years before that, I must confess that I have
>never heard of a Court of Honour in relation to UK Scouting; I had always
>thought that it was a purely American term. In my Troop, the situation
>referred to would indeed be dealt with at a PLC meeting. I'd be intrigued
>to hear what Derry Hamilton, who first brought the topic up, meant by it.
>Perhaps things are different across the North Channel...
Having been a Scout in Canada and now a Scout Leader in Scotland I can say that
a 'Court of Honour' is not specific to the States. A Court of Honour is used in
Canadian Scout troops in much the same way that the PLC is used in the UK, its j
ust a difference in terminology.
Scout Leader, 1st Muchalls/Newtonhill Scout Troop, Kincardineshire, Scotland
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City