Re: When is a "clic" a "clic"?
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Mon, 12 Feb 1996 13:44:35 -0600
>Mike, opps your references are not quite correct regarding the >Award of
Merit (maybe out of date?) The 1994 printing of the >application states
>"A professional Scouter may not receive this award based on >professional
service. However, a professional Scouter who also >serves as a volunteer
Scouter may be eligible, based on volunteer >service.
Yep. That's right and a recent change. I based my answer on the fact that
those pros have served as volunteer leaders (in the case of the
pro/volunteer couple, they served as Cubmaster and Committee Chair for a
small Pack in addition to his professional duties. There are also some
professionals that have received the Award of Merit ONLY for their longtime
professional service to their Districts (in the immediate past). I have a
1991 version of the application here at the house.
Professionals still have to have their applications approved "up
the chain" before presentation.
>Last comment, Richard Gill, if you are still reading this
>(I know you are on Scouts-L) NOMINATE THOSE PEOPLE AGAIN NEXT >YEAR!
That's a great point! Just because the folks that you thought
would "get it" this year didn't, doesn't mean that they are
ineligible for the award next year. Also consider some other
service awards for those Scouters as well.
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