National Supply Office
Kim Moye (kmoye@SPDMAIL.SPD.DSCCC.COM)
Wed, 30 Jul 1997 11:23:49 -0500
One of the main problems I see happening, at least in my district, if the
policy was instituted to check for a registration card, many *valid* scouts
and scouters would not be able to purchase what they need. This last
recharter was the easiest I have had, but in the past, I have had to send
numerous copies and letters to the council to get the recharter corrected.
It seems that adults may always be a little behind in receiving their card.
It is just not my pack. I filled out my form for my son's troop. Several
adults that have done it *after* me have received their cards. I still
don't have mine from March.
I haven't pursued it, because this thread just now made me think. Since I
already have at least one card, I'm not too concerned for me, but it would
be a big headache for many people (including my advancement chair) if the
council made them proof up.
Just a thought about maybe holding the reins too tight.
cubmaster/pack 308/allen texas
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