Re: Woodbadge Training
Les Chaffin (chaflesl@ISU.EDU)
Mon, 14 Sep 1998 09:41:22 -0600
Let me throw in my two cents. I just came off from a Wood badge
Course and I loved it! When I left Wood Badge I had a feeling of
closeness with the others in my patrol, and that the spirit of Scouting
and God was with us. I don't know if others have felt this way when they
finished their course but our group did and now we are more like family
than friends of Scouting. You maybe able to copy the mechanics of the
course but I don't think you could copy the spirit of Wood Badge.
But if we could get a manager to register as a Scout leader then I
think Scouting has done good. Then that manager will take back to his
job what he has learned but he will still be a Scout Leader for at least
two years if you can get him to commit to two years he may commit for
more. I know in Snake river Council that we are always looking for
leaders either on a unit level or district/council level.
Well that all
Yours In Scouting,
Les Chaffin email@example.com
WV2-111-98 I use to be a Beaver a good O Beaver too!
Scoutmaster Troop 104
Falls District Varsity Roundtable Commissioner
Snake River Council, Twin Falls Idaho
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