Re: dividing dens
Allen Maddox (atmaddox@JUNO.COM)
Wed, 5 Nov 1997 11:24:18 -0800
>Has anyone run a group of 13 Wolves? We need to find a big enough
>they plan to run activities in stations, round-robin style. I'll be
>them to make a decision and I told them I'd ask around to see if anyone
>else has experience one way or the other.
A year and a half ago, our troop crossed over 15 WEBELOS into our troop
from one WEBELOS Den. These scouts work and play very well together and
have become the new core of our troop. This coming March a WEBELOS Den of
12 WEBELOS will be crossing over. Strangely enough the Den Leader of the
new WEBELOS is the husband of the other large WEBELOS Den. As husband and
wife, they help each other out with their Dens. So, from experience, I'm
looking forward to the next cross over.
As far as space. They used the Church basement and did a lot of out door
activities, with a lot of help from the parents. I'm also looking forward
to the parents that made this happen to cross over, too.
Allen Maddox SMT9
Honey Brook,PA Chester County Council, Horseshoe District
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