Young, Lawrence S. (Young@COURIER4.AERO.ORG)
Tue, 17 Jun 1997 17:46:00 -0700
Mike Walton wrote:
>Does this mean that a SM who doesn't like a boy, has a clear shot
>to disqualify him from becoming an Eagle Scout, and without having
>to be held accountable for what he says.
>It's possible. And since there's no written recording of the procedings,
>it's more likely that a Scout that has found himself on "the edge of making
>Eagle" could find himself being disappointed when he returns and the Chair
>of the Board of Review states "We're sorry, Scout...but information that
>been given to us has forced us to deny your Eagle Scout application."
>How would a Scout (and/or his parents) appeal this?? On what basis??
>With what documentation??
GREAT QUESTIONS ! !
I suppose that the BOR would probably give some reasons for denial.
Thus, if the Scout thinks that they are not good reasons, he can point out
what he can.
But I'm curious about this whole appeal process.
Is there any documentation? How does it work?
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City