scouts-l Mail Archive for May of 2000: Re: Scoutmaster's Key Question
Hank Voegtle (hvoegtle@IX.NETCOM.COM
Tue May 09 2000 - 21:37:25 CDT
At 06:20 PM 5/10/1993 -0500, (MAJ) Mike Walton (settummanque, the
>This is why it takes two years for all Cub Scouting (training) Awards, and
>why the number of years it takes to earn the Scouters' Training Award was
>reduced from three to two.
I thought that one of the Cub Scout training awards (I can't remember
which) was announced as having it tenure requirement reduced to 1 year in
the September 1999 issue of Scouting.
>And it's also why we have the "interim award", the Scoutmaster (and Advisor)
>Award of Merit, which is presented after a year and a half of service (and
>the completion of other requirements).
Why can't there be a similar award for Cubmasters? (Other than the minimum
tenure being two years)
Yours in Scouting,
Hank Voegtle--Eagle Scout-Class of '68
Cubmaster, Pack 456, Dallas, Texas
District Committee Member, North Trail District, Circle 10 Council