Scouts-L Mail Archive for October of 1998: Re: Tiger numbers
Re: Tiger numbers
Thu, 15 Oct 1998 11:49:54 -0700
I have been District Tiger Coordinator for a long time and there are
various ways to work this depending on the rest of your unit. Our boys
in one unit ceremony at the end of the school year but dont officially
start working on their new ranks until September. That way they can
work on arrow points and such all summer.
With this type of structure, if your existing Tiger Group is still meeting
on their own, you could feasably hit the kindergarden classrooms and
get them started.. or as guests of the Pack as mentioned.
And the Tiger Group can run more than 9 months. There are 17 big
Or, if fall is more to your liking, then recruit the first week of school and
have a parent night close to that time.. explain to the parents that
somebody in this group has to coordinate and that the rest lead. And
also be sure to point out that the group will not exist without a
Hope this gives some of you some ideas :-)
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