scouts-l Mail Archive for May of 2000: Re: How Should This Problem Have Been handled?
Peter Farnham (pfarnham@ASBMB.FASEB.ORG
Mon May 15 2000 - 08:39:02 CDT
In our district (Colonial/NCAC) we do not require a tour permit to attend a
There is usually a special permission slip, although our troop has gone to
the annual permission slip model, all of which we keep in a notebook. We
turn in this notebook to the camporee headquarters staff and it is
acceptable in lieu of a special camporee permission slip.
We also turn in a check, and a form with things like basic numbers, etc. as
well as who is going to be participating in what program item during the
Not sure, however, now that I think about it, that our district even needs
to collect a special camporee permission slip. Why not leave it up to the
troops to worry about that? One less thing for the camporee staff to worry
MC, Troop 113