Re: [Scouter_T] Digest Number 534
>The troop committe advancement chair should hand overthe paperwork, make himself/herself available for
counsel, and set the boy on his way.
The SCOUT is responsible for his paperwork, and it's
The SCOUT and his family decide what type of ceremony,
and where it is held, and how elaborate or plain it
will be. The troop is always invited and usually
plays a very large role, but DOES NOT SET THESE SORTS
George Bruck, Jr
> > From: "John Houlihan <johnnyh@...>"
> Subject: Eagle Policy
> The Troop Committe has recently put lots of effort
> into drafting a
> policy for eagle scouts from every thing to getting
> space in the hall
> for court of honor, and starting the paper work when
> a scout earns
> life rank.
> Is there any established guidelines by BSA or
> existing troop
> traditions that could take away the feeling that the
> wheel is going
> to be invented?
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