Re: Yellow Vs.Khaki
Wendy Meador (nhmeadors@TOP.MONAD.NET)
Sun, 2 Jun 1996 18:39:41 -0500
>>(The 4 Webelo male leaders all wear their khaki uniform).
>>They have said they don't want any "glory" and are doing this for the boys.
>>Hence as long as they're "there" for them... they don't want any awards,or
>>recognition. Like the "Trained" Patches, Quality Unit, Den Leader Patch,
>Then how do you identify the leaders and what they do if they don't wear the
>Den Leader Patch?? The "Trained" status of the leader? The Quality Unit
>Award is a UNIT award, not an individual one.
>Man, this sounds NOT GOOD!!!
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Wendy here again: Just to clarify, the men like to wear their uniforms with
all the patches. Although,I did have to lead them step by step to get them
to fill out their papers for their Den Leader Awards this year (they really
did deserve it) and one of our Webelo leaders won the District Webelo
Leader of the Year Award ( because I took the time to nominated him).
It's the mothers (den leaders) who absolutly won't. No, at the Pack
meetings we can't identify them and they rarely attend District events
(These are the same people that I can't get to spend Pack money on the boys.)
I'm against a rock and a hard place with these people, but fortunately I
get 100% participation from my den and I enjoy doing this "for them" so...
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City