Re: Dads as MB Counselors
Mayhew, Robert SSGT USAF J2 (mayhewri@HAITI.ARMY.MIL)
Mon, 7 Jul 1997 13:15:03 -0400
In order to create a "master" merit badge cousellor list, I requested - and
received - lists from all of the troops in our district. They were all
complied into one database and one copy was given to each troop. Updates
which include changes/additions/deletions are printed out once a quarter and
are made available to the units from the Council office.
Bob Mayhew, Jr.
Catalina Council / Papago Lodge #494
Tucson, AZ (via Port-au-Prince, Haiti)
From: Blaine A. Jackson
To: Multiple recipients of list SCO
Subject: Re: Dads as MB Counselors
Date: Sunday, July 06, 1997 9:03PM
On Sun, 6 Jul 1997 20:50:07 +0600 Daniel Brown <dabrown2@VT.EDU> writes:
>In our troop we have a policy that parents (dads or moms) do not serve
>and counselors for thier sons.
I am sure that this policy works well for you, but it is impossible for
many (most?) troops to provide counselors for all badges without a parent
sometimes serving as a counselor for their son. There are less drastic
ways to avoid the potential problems.
Blaine Jackson, firstname.lastname@example.org
SM T-450, 1st SA Jambo T-1807
An extinguished Bodacious Bobwhite
A Proud Razorback & an Eagle farmer
I am ready to go to Jambo; fire up the bus!
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City