Re: New Rules for Local Tour Permits?
Pam Glidden (pglidden@YAHOO.COM)
Thu, 20 Aug 1998 11:13:44 -0700
When I was camping chairman for our district, I used to tell leaders,
"When in doubt whether a tour permit is necessary, just file one.
Then you are covered. It doesn't cost anything and is relatively
painless to fill out. No big deal!"
District Advancement Chair
Green River District
Chief Seattle Council
---"Robert F. Reeder" <rfreeder@QWKSILVR.COM> wrote:
> A number of people are stating that
> "If you have an activity somewhere other than where your unit normally
> meets, you have to file a tour permit."
> So, if the troop has a cook-out dinner and Court of Honor at a
> house (which isn't the normal troop meeting place) and everybody meets
> there (with associated families) that a tour permit is required?
> Bob Reeder
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