Re: Troop Leadership Requirement-Part 2
Mark Arend (arend@PEOPLES.NET)
Fri, 4 Oct 1996 07:33:54 -0500
>1. Asst Patrol Leader is not recognized as a "troop" leadership
> position... And in fact, with sports conflicts
> etc., he ends up as acting PL in many meetings and on campouts.
> Is there any
> concensus in this list that BSA should modify the rules to
> include APL or at least make it a local troop call?
I agree, it should count. Of course, there is the added option something
about serving in a leadership position selected by the SM (don't have the
books here). Couldn't the SM say that APL is the leadership project
selected for that Scout?
Mark W. Arend
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