Re: Is The Minister Required To See YP Tape?
Godbout, Marc (GodboutM@ANDOVERCONTROLS.COM)
Tue, 2 Dec 1997 15:23:45 -0500
Our Assistant District Commissioner recently ran a town-wide viewing of
the YP tape. Not only were the troops and packs invited, but also the
church-based youth groups. Quite a few of the youth groups showed up.
Also, one of the Unit Commissioners is a State Police Officer and he
came in, in full Statey uniform, to answer questions from that angle.
All in all it was a very positive experience.
SM Troop 98
ASM Troop 412
> From: hilding holroyd[SMTP:hilding@BLUESTONE.COM]
> Reply To: hilding holroyd
> Sent: Tuesday, December 02, 1997 2:39 PM
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> Subject: Re: Is The Minister Required To See YP Tape?
> My opinion would be that the minister would/should NOT be required to
> the Youth Protection tape(s). However, I'd let him (or her - since we
> talking Protestant Churches here) know about the tapes. They might
> want to
> view them anyway.
> The Religous Award programs are being done in the Church, not in the
> We should not impose our own YP rules onto any other organization. But
> that does not mean that we do not let them know about our own rules.
> Frankly, when my church was working up some YP rules, I brought in all
> the BSA 'stuff' and presented it to the others on the evaluation
> We would up writing nearly all of it into our churchs' own rules.
> fight a good thing.
> Hilding W. Holroyd Troop & District Advancement Chairman
> Jackson, NJ BSA Troop 250, Lakewood, NJ
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