Multiple Registration Questions
Utah Cox (cox@VT8200.VETMED.LSU.EDU)
Mon, 12 Feb 1996 15:46:01 -0600
>1. What is the minimum number of adult PRIMARY registrations
>required for an Explorer Post?
A portion of Mike Walton's response:
>FIVE, SEVEN if you have a Co-ed Post. The positions:
Chartered Organizational Represenative
(* indicates that if you have a co-ed post, add two female or
two male (depending on sex of other leader) to this roster.
In other words, you should have two males and two females as
advisor "teams" of the Post. This is not required of rechartering; it's
required if you are going to have any outdoor
activities -- and your Post SHOULD -- involving both males and
Thanks for your response, Mike. Our Post is a COED high adventure
Post with about 60 youth, been to SeaBase, skiing in NM & Colorado,
rafting in Georgia, and going on Philmont Cavalcade this summer.
We turned in recharter with following adults (only one of
which we paid for):
Committee Chairman -- paid primary
IH/CR (same person) -- unpaid -- primary in pack
Advisor -- female, unpaid multiple -- primary as MC in troop
Associate Advisor -- male, unpaid multiple -- primary in district
(This one is yours truly)
2 committee members -- males, unpaid multiples -- primary in troop
This didn't go thru. Were told Advisor and her Associate would
have to be primary (and pay) in Post. Because I had to remain
primary in the district, I switched positions with one of the MCs,
and he became a primary paid AA (and multiple in troop).
So now we have 6 adults on charter, 2 primary and 4 multiple.
However, the Advisor and I are the only trained adults and we
no longer can qualify as a quality unit (as if I care, but I'm not
supposed to reveal that because I'm a district flunkie <G>).
But we still don't appear to meet the criteria you gave above in
total numbers of adults and especially, females.
Also, we you indicated in another (deleted) portion of your post
that a person can multiple in th same unit (or maybe I misunderstood
you). We were told that the CR is the only adult who could multiple
in the same unit. Maybe you can clarify that plus add any insight
to our present situation (but please do NOT suggest that I get other
adults trained -- that won't work -- don't even ask why not!).
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City