Re: Arrow of Light
Marie E. Lackore (mlackore@VBE.COM)
Sat, 22 Feb 1997 08:36:08 -0600
> On the other hand, I had one boy in my den who met all the
> requirments of the AOL except the conference and application and
> had no interest in going on to Boy Scouts. His father inquired
> about his AOL and I showed him the requirements. The father, though
> somewhat bewildered by his son's reluctance to move on, accepted the
> situation. His son will not receive his AOL.
Why bend the rules? Where do you draw the line? The requirements say =
they should visit a Troop Meeting. They didn't visit a troop meeting. =
They have NOT earned their AOL. =20
You really put yourself between a rock and hard place when you start =
It all goes back to the theory of the bald man. Is the man with two =
hairs on his head bald? You need to follow the requirements. They are =
there for a reason. They even the playing field and give Scouts across =
the country the same set of rules to play by.
Marie E. Lackore
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