John Conley (ITI@FRONTIERNET.NET)
Wed, 9 Sep 1998 13:13:13 -0700
I'm generally from the school of thought that advocates changing your
Scouting position from time to time. I had been thinking recently that
I won't hold my District Commissioner position a lot longer. However,
since our District Chairman is stepping down this year, I postponed
any thoughts of changing my own status, thinking that it might be better
if we didn't replace 2 of the key 3 at once. But, our Chairman (who
knows of my general intentions) feels that it would be better for the
District to make a clean break, as it were, and put the new team in
place all at once. Of course, he might think that I'm doing a lousy
job, but I don't think so.
For your further info. my DE says he is fine with either way, and I
think I have a great replacement for me lined up for whenever I do move
on. Oh, and I have absolutely no illusions that the District will fall
apart without me.
What do you folks think of the two sides of this question?
Arrowhead District Commissioner
Finger Lakes Council (NY)
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