Re: What to do with an former SPL
John Pannell (PANNELLJ@DELPHI.COM)
Fri, 1 Dec 1995 12:49:55 -0500
It has been asked in reference to SPL's:
>If they are not reelected, do they become part of the 1 patrol we have?
In the last troop I was in, the immediate past SPL was appointed by his
successor to serve as ASPL. The SPL and his Assistant(s) are not members
of a patrol.
Just to add some more...
In the last elections, the ASPL was not elected as SPL. The immediate past
SPL is now ASPL. *His* predecessor went from SPL to Troop Guide and was
this fall promoted to JASM, with essentially the same responsibilities
(meaning that troop currently has no one hold the office of Troop Guide).
So our current SPL has the benefit of having the experience of his two most
recent predecessors available. This is notable since we elected leaders for
a one year term.
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