Re: Ex-leader now Parent Troubles
James H. Moss (JHMoss@LAWYERNET.COM)
Sat, 11 Jul 1998 19:48:55 -0600
Probably a better and easier way is to immediately remove that person from
the accounts and have the bank make sure checks signed by that person are
flagged. Also, have the bank issue new checks and the last couple of months
statements. Working with the bank will cause less stress than getting the
old stuff back.
Yours in Scouting
12340 W. Alameda Pkwy., Lakewood, CO 80228-2841
Eagle Class of 69, Vigil, Denver Area Council
Ginny Gilliam wrote:
"This ex-leader was also our Pack treasurer and he refuses to hand over the
Pack checkbook back or the building fund one."
I am sure this line raised as many red flags around the entire list as it
did inside my head (and Heaven knows there's enough room inside there for
plenty of red flags!). Whether this person is just being obstinate, or has
something to hide by holding on to the checkbooks, your committee should be
focusing on getting those back immediately. You may even need to call on
some outside resources from your district, council or charter organization.
Scoutmaster, Troop 295 Webelos Den Leader, "Raptor Patrol", Pack
Desert Pacific Council San Diego, CA
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