Re: Dual registration ?
K. Wickward (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Thu May 21 22:25:06 1998
You cannot charter under an organization as loose as a parent's group, I
was told by the council. They prefer the relative permanancy of a
reputable organization. In Seattle, there is a sponsor that has an
Explorer Post and a Ship (Post and Ship 220), but they have different
members and different leaders.
On Thu, 21 May 1998, Exploretac wrote:
> Has anyone thought of taking their Post and registering them
> as another Unit to benefit from both programs? This could be
> a useful idea to a limited number of Posts. This idea will most
> likely cause some controversy, but is it any different that having a
> Varsity unit and a Scout troop? If a unit did this they could chartered
> under one organization and then setup as charter under "the parents of
> XYZ community". This idea has been used military Scout troops that lost
> the chartering org because of reduction and or closing of military bases.
> Shawn M. Cosgrove
> Barbarossa District Exploring Chairperson
> Transatlantic Council, Germany
> HP: 49-06373-20717
> DP: DSN 480-5703 Civ 06371-47-5703
> email: Exploretac@aol.com or