Re: Sleeping Arrangements for Explorers
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Mon, 8 Jul 1996 12:22:22 -0500
Bruce Dollens asked:
> I have a question that was asked of me a couple of weeks ago. I am
>an Explorer Advisor and the explorer "age" is ages 14 to 21 for Youth. Now
>in training courses and other materials it states that an adult can not
>sleep in the same tent as a youth unless they are family. In the Troops that
>means an 18 year old can not tent with a 17 year old so does that same
>theory apply to the explorers? Does that also mean that the 18 year old can
>not sleep in the same tent as the Advisors?
Yes, it does apply to Explorers. Basically, youth members cannot sleep with
adult members. Remember, however, that the Exploring ADULT age starts
at 21, not 18. Therefore, it is possible for two 18 year-olds to sleep together
(as long as they are both males or both females). However, a 18 year old
cannot sleep with a 21 or older person.
When all possible, adult and youth tentage should be separate and separated
by sex as well.
Hope this helps out!
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