Re: Leaders Misbehaving
Earl Needham (kd5xb@AMSAT.ORG)
Sun, 14 Sep 1997 17:27:41 -0600
At 06:34 PM 9/14/97 -0400, Bruce E. Cobern wrote:
>At 04:07 PM 9/14/97 -0600, Earl Needham wrote:
>(I do not recall the original note, so my comments relate only to the
>statement below and not necessarily to the original thread.)
OK, here it is. Please read it carefully.
The original point is that this troop has a problem with an assistant
Scoutmaster. The definition of "two-deep leadership" should not be a major
factor here -- solving the problem should be.
At 05:52 PM 9/14/97 -0400, David Garlitz wrote:
>I am the S.P.L. for my Troop, Troop 299 in Lansing,Mi. One of my leaders an
>Asstiant Scoutmaster whom shall remain nameless treats me and the other
>scouts like crap. He makes fun of us calls us names and really picked on my
>brother who left scouts when he turned 18 because he only made it to
>Tenderfoot and he still makes fun of him today by saying things like " don't
>be like that idiot Philip who only made it to Tenderfoot so get your #$@#$
>moving." and theres been time when the Troop was acting bad and he would go
>into a swearing rage of a few minutes. And theres been times when I thought
>he was going to punch a scout.
>The Troop Commitie says the can't do anything because the have no proof he
>does those things. So how should I handle this?? You can respond directly to
>me if you wish.
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City