Carol McFadden (mcfadden@RSO.RADSAFE.PITT.EDU)
Tue, 22 Sep 1998 15:18:48 EST5EDT
Jim and other Scouters,
It's my understanding that the cooking MB requirements are in the
process of being revamped by National as part of their desire to go
over all the MBs in the next few years. I also understand that the
cooking requirements in the ranks will be changing with the other
Jan. 1999 revisions. This was news my husband brought home from
the District meeting, but I haven't seen the paperwork--we call his
Scouting briefcase The Black Hole, and that's where he put the
Jim Miller replied on 21 Sep 1998:
> Given that the recommended method is to rotate positions through use of
> a roster, maybe this is a requirement that we should attempt to get
> Jim Miller, Sr.
> > Auntie Beans wrote on 20 Sep 1998:
> > > A Scouter mentions a policy in her troop that the three meals
> > (cooking for
> > > First Class) are "spread out" over three separate campouts.
> > >
To which I replied:
> > Not only do I agree wholeheartedly, but the requirement reads:
> > "On one campout, serve as your patrol's cook. Prepare a breakfast,
> > lunch and dinner menu that requires cooking; secure ingredients;
> > supervise your assistnats in fire building; and prepare the meals.
> > Lead your patrol in saying grace at the meals, and supervise
> > cleanup."
> > Therefore, the requirement CANNOT be spread out over more than one
> > campout.
> > Carol McFadden (who finally had her book at work and could give a
> > definitive answer)
> > ASM, T194, Allison Park, PA
> > The opinions expressed above are entirely mine, and have
> > nothing to do with the University of Pittsburgh.
ASM, T194, Allison Park, PA
The opinions expressed above are entirely mine, and have
nothing to do with the University of Pittsburgh.
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City