Wood Badge Ticket
JASON CRUSE (jcruse@DU.EDU)
Tue, 22 Apr 1997 07:03:10 -0600
Here's my ticket:
Service to Others through the Troop
1) Assist the PLC in planning, conducting, and carrying out a service
project for a local historical site by December 1996.
2) Put together a stake (for my church, LDS) junior leader training,
which Troop 357 will host, before April 1, 1997.
3) 3 service projects for the chartered partner before the end of
Goals to Strengthen my Unit
1) Assist the PLC in planning...one campout or outing per month for the
next seven months.
2) Conduct a troop junior leader training course before December 31,
3) Set the example. In complete proper uniform and 15 minutes early to
75% of the troop meetings for the next 7 months.
1) Set aside one weekend per month for the next six months (ending
January 1997) where my wife and son decide the activity for the weekend.
2) Be able to identify 18 local flora and fauna before April 15, 1997.
3) Finish my master's thesis before September 30, 1997.
Some of these may look wimpy, and indeed they probably are, but
understand that I am the only person from our troop to *ever* attend
Woodbadge. I took over a troop in July that had only gone camping
fourtimes in the previous 10 months (all after I became an assistant).
And they had never had a JLT.
I proud to say that all of the above have been accomplished except for
the MA thesis. My time limits were shortened to just ove rhte 6 month
minimum, because when I wrote my ticket, I knew I'd be gonig to Zimbabwe
this spring, and moving to a new area, and a new troop, later this
-- Jason A. Cruse
University of Denver
"Toujours en avant. Si Dieu avait voulu que l'homme reculat, il lui
aurait mis un oeil derriere la tete."
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City