Re: Boards of Review
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "averagejoe0269" <averagejoe0269@...>
>Such as for the Star Rank you have to have leadership and if you are not
> Ohh how correct you are. As the boy should never make it that far.
fulfilling that requirement then you would never make it to the
Scoutmaster Conference or the Board. So as long as the leaders or
people signing off in the boys book are all on the same page it shouldnt
be an issue. Where it gets hairy is when a boy or a parent says I or he
has done this and pressures someone into signing a book when the
requirement has not been met. But even that is not a boy issue as
someone signed it.
It is very easy to tell if a Scout has completed the requirement without
actually retesting him.
Ask the Scout what he learned by doing such-and such requirement. That
should tell you whether he has completed the requirement or not. Most
Scouts will remember something about the requirement. However, if the
adult asking the question has no clue, then there could be a problem.
District Advancement & Recognition Chair
Inland Northwest Council
"Once a Fox, always a Fox"
- Most laws I'm aware of deal with the sale of tobacco products to minors, not the
possession of. The onus is on the vendor. .
Scoutmaster, Troop 310
From: Herb <hadulzo@...>
Sent: Fri, January 13, 2012 8:03:35 AM
Subject: [Scouter_T] Re: Boards of Review
Silly me why does the troop have rules against using tobacco products? Isn't it
already against the law in the state?
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