Re: SCOUTS-L Digest - 27 Apr 1998 to 28 Apr 1998
Andrew Wright Saywell (asaywell@IUPUI.EDU)
Wed, 29 Apr 1998 18:11:16 -0500
Why should he not hold more than one position, if he's able, and does a
good job, why not? Especially two seperate positions such as Den Chief
and PL, they should not interfere with each other, and until they do, I
say, let him do both...they will both teach leadership, often different
types of leadership...
Andrew Saywell XXX WWW
Eagle Class of `93
Firecrafter Class of `93
Quanasita Chapter Chief
Wulakamike Lodge #21 Activities Committee Chairman
> >> I need your help. My oldest son is the new Den Chief for my Bear
> group. He is also the Patrol Leader for his patrol. How can he wear the
> and Den Chief arm patches when they both go on the same sleeve? <<
> The intent is for a boy to only hold one position at a time.
> Therefore, there is no provision for more than one position
> My suggestion is that he choose the den chief position, and give
> up the position of PL so that another youth can practice his
> leadership skills.
> If he is going to continue to serve in both roles, how about
> using safety pins to pin the Den Chief patch over the PL patch?
> Joseph Alessi
> Vice Chair - Program, Lafayette District
> ASM Troop 313 Cradle of Liberty Council
> Advisor to the Treasurer Unami Lodge
> I used to be an Owl!
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