Re: TLC question
John Durbetaki (JohnDurbetaki@WORLDNET.ATT.NET)
Mon, 2 Jun 1997 11:13:58 -0700
Mark Arend wrote:
>My questions (finally!): how do the rest of you do this?
We have met at the SPL's house and at the regular meeting hall.
Currently, we are meeting at the meeting hall. We found meetings at the
house of the SPL was a bit of an imposition on the family of the SPL.
Also, the adults were not able to handle the BORs and other advancement
things as well, because we were unable to get two-deep for both places.
As far as making changes with short notice, since the SPL has to have
support from the adults (two-deep), I condition my support on the
approval of the PLC. In other words, if it is OK with the PLC, then it
is OK with me. If he can't get approval from a majority and does not
make contact with all, then it is not OK to change. The SPL is a leader,
not a boss, so he can't "just decide".
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City