Re: cubmaster or rt commish
James A. Sheckels (sheckej@EARTHLINK.NET)
Mon, 16 Sep 1996 15:59:03 -0700
Kim Moye asks, in reference to Cub Roundtable:
>There is one thing I did discover that I was curious about. I have to have
>break-out sessions. I don't want to start flame-wars on whether you should
>or should not have break-out sessions, I was just curious as to whether
>this was a National policy. The books I have on RT (thanks to all who
>told me the books existed!) do contain break-outs, but is this my
>council's policy or is it dictated higher up. Doesn't matter, I follow the
>policy, I was just curious.
The method of "break-outs" at the Cub RT is a national level suggested
method. It is not dictated that I know of. For smaller RTs, the break-out
may not prove of any real gained value. As your RT attendance grows, the
break-out becomes more of a tool to use positively.
It's what your Cub leaders need - how, when, quantity - that should be your
deciding factor on how to conduct the RT. After all, that's why you were
given that other hat to wear!
YIS, Jim Sheckels - I used to be a Bobwhite...SE 308-7 '82/'72-WWW-B'Hood
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