Registering Adult Leaders & Requirements Book
Michael A. Golrick (mgolrick@SCLC.ORG)
Wed, 5 Nov 1997 11:05:11 -0500
Joseph A. Alessi <JosephAlessi@Compuserve.com> said:
>The point that I was trying to make is that we should probably take the
>entire process more seriously, and not register as a uniformed
>leader any warm body who expresses an interest.
I am a Committee Chair, and we have had a recent influx of Webelos (now
scouts) and their parents. There are a couple of parents who are great (as
always) and some who are enthusiastic but sometimes misguided. Some of the
latter have submitted applications to be Adult leaders (they will be
Committee Members). One of the ASMs has had some history with one, and
related one experience (several years old) which makes me nervous. Another
just doesn't seem to "get" the boy-run part of the program and caused a
minor ruckus at the last Parents/Committee meeting.
So, my question to the group is, what grounds do I need to have to not
register someone as an adult? (The one of the two in question is a Webelos
Den Leader with one of our feeder Packs. The Cubmaster and I have talked,
and consider the idea of sending these two to Troop Leader Training part of
a potential solution.)
On a different note:
>>The most recent printing date for all of the MB booklets is printed on
>>the inside of the back cover
Has anyone seen the latest yet? The last I saw is the 1996/97 (effective
Thanks for the help I know I will get.
Mcihael A. Golrick
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