Re: Scout Stumpers
Patrick LAM (plam@CS.MCGILL.CA)
Tue, 27 May 1997 08:25:46 -0400
On Mon, 26 May 1997, Cliff Egel wrote:
> Have a question which I've never been able to get an answer to:
> Who are the members of the Court of Honor? And who is their Chairman? This
> is not from an obscure reference, but from Woods Wisdom, Ceremonies p. 11-
Traditionally the Court of Honour was (and is, in Canada) the collection
of patrol leaders, and exists to make decisions that affect the whole
troop. One of itx roles is to defend the honour of the troop- thus,
Court of Honour. The decision-making role, in the BSA, has been renamed
to the Patrol Leaders' Council.
In Canada we don't have a Senior Patrol Leader, so the CoH is supposed to
elect one of its members to be chairman. I would suppose that the SPL
would eb the leader of the CoH otherwise.
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City