Re: Who does what.
golden cliff (c60clg1@CORN.CSO.NIU.EDU)
Mon, 5 Feb 1996 12:32:48 -0600
On Sun, 4 Feb 1996, Bob Sargeant wrote:
> In your recent post you state that if the District Commissioner substitut
> for the District Chairman we would be down to a Key 2. I believe that you
> have forgotten that the Key 3 in BSA in each District is made up of the
> District Chair, the District Commissioner and the District Executive. If you
> follow the various levels of BSA above the unit, you will find that a professi
> al is always one of the members.
> Yours in scouting,
> Bob Sargeant, DC for the GW District, NCAC, BSA. I used to be a fox.
Maybe I wasn't clear enough in my post.
Yes, I understand the Key 3 concept of Dist Exec, Dist Chair, and Dist
Comm. My point was that if the Dist Comm. substituted for the Dist Chair,
then you're down to a key 2, ie the Dist Comm and DE. If a Vice-Chair
substituted for the Dist. Chair you still have 3 people carrying out
responsibilities, rather than two.
I believe it's preferable to have a Vice Chair substiute for the Chair
so the Dist. Commissioner doesn't have to pull double duty with two
YIS, Cliff Golden firstname.lastname@example.org First Lutheran Church; DeKalb, IL
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