Richard Russell (lderlore@XMISSION.COM)
Sun, 30 Jun 1996 08:57:25 -0600
On Sun, 30 Jun 1996, JASON CRUSE wrote:
> When I was a boy in the Great Rivers Council, an annual junior leader
> training course was conducted council-wide at one of the council camps.
> Our course was called Pine Tree, but I am somewhat familiar with other
> JLTs, including Oak 11 and others. Was served on staff as SPL and JASM
> for Pine Tree, but I moved out of council before I could do it as an
> My new Council, Denver Area, does not have a council wide JLT and almost
> nothing in the districts, as I have been told. I want to do one, a
> really first class job, with the boys in my troop and invite the other
> troops in the district to take part (not an official district activity
> at this point, but simply invite them to be a part of our training).
> Does anyone have a "syllabus" for a JLT course, or suggestions for what
> should be a part of such a course?
> -- Jason A. Cruse
> University of Denver
> (303) 321-4970
> FAX 321-4947
Your council training office should have copies or be able to order in
national syllabi. GSL council runs both Boy Scout (called ???) and
Varsity Scout (Powderhorn) courses.
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