Re: Relatives, SMs at Eagle BOR
Paul H. Brown (phbrown@CAPACCESS.ORG)
Mon, 11 Dec 1995 07:36:00 -0500
> It seems fairly clear that a relative can bring the Scout to the BOR, but
> cannot sit in the audience. Likewise the unit leader can observe, but is
> not a member of the board.
is this the only time that a parent is not "welcome" at a BSA event
attended by his/her son? I understand that OA stuff is now more open
than it was a generation ago. If a parent wants to attend troop outings,
can the troop deny that request? I assume that the SM can conduct a SM
conference within sight, but out of anyone's hearing.
I'd like some thoughts on what to do with parents who want to attend
everything involving thier son. (I already know that the win-win
solution is to appoint such a parent SA. What else?)
Paul H. Brown, UC, GW District, National Capital Area Council
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City