Scouts-L Mail Archive for February of 1999: Re: Eligible to be "Lone Scout"?
Re: Eligible to be "Lone Scout"?
Sun, 21 Feb 1999 19:17:38 -0600
Bob Taylor added something I left out of my previous posting which
is VERY, VERY important; I'll let him say it:
>From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Bob and Rusty Taylor)
Mike Walton stated:
>>It is quite possible that your Scout could transfer between your
>>Troop and one of the Direct Service Council's Troops in
>>So, in advance of meeting with your Council's IR, work up an
>>transfer form for your Scout and make sure that the dates and
>>awards are all documented CAREFULLY (this may be the ONLY record
>>that his "incoming Troop" may have for MONTHS!!), make TWO copies
>the only thing I would add to this is that the Scout (parents,
>someone!) should also have a copy of any paperwork kept with the
>family, just in case anything goes astray
Thanks ever so much, Bob, for the additional GOOD ADVICE!!
(c) 1999 Mike Walton ("no such thing as strong coffee,...") email@example.com
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