Re: BSA and GSA
Sally Garnaat (sally@U.ARIZONA.EDU)
Mon, 29 Jul 1996 13:41:26 -0700
My daughters Brownie leader was her son's den leader and her older
daughter's Jr Scout leader. She felt that was too much and did back off
to asst. Brownie leader the 2nd year. There has now been a school
redistricting so our school has lost her services. She was very good and
we will miss her. Perhaps you could be a co-leader. You might find
someone else who is willing to 'help', but doesn't want to be Leader.
And yes, I am thinking of volunteering to be asst. leader. (Guilt, since
my mom was troop leader for my sister and for me at different times)
I would think that some activities could be done by both groups (perhaps
not the same year, but over time as the Brownies get older, could they do
some of the same things the boys did 2 years earlier?).
The Brownies and Jr Scouts paired up a lot (I know that is easier than
boy/girl troops) for field trips and Scout sponsored events.
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