Citizenship in the Community Req#7

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Postby Rick Tyler » Wed Oct 05, 2005 7:44 pm

SoopaScouta wrote:Two words: Forrest. Gump.


Prostitution, exotic dancing, drugs, vivid scenes of combat.

Not so much a good choice.
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Postby SM270PAL » Thu Oct 13, 2005 7:51 am

I would agree with Remember the Titans - we are about to watch it as a Troop this weekend.
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Postby SM270PAL » Thu Oct 13, 2005 7:55 am

SoopaScouta wrote:Two words: Forrest. Gump.


Two More Words : Bad Choice

This movie is fiction
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Postby Scouting179 » Thu Oct 13, 2005 8:00 am

Remember the Titans is shown in Wood Badge as a model of team building.
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Citezenship in the Community Req#7c - service hours

Postby MisterChris » Thu Apr 20, 2006 12:04 pm

Has anybody ever been asked before whether these service project hours for Citizenship in the Community can count towards Rank Advancement?

I was just asked this question from our counselor and would like a seasoned answer.

My gut reaction is to say 'yes' since I do not believe there is a prohibition on using requirements for separate simultaneous things.

I think the only thing is to make sure the service hours are performed 'while First Class' or 'while a Star Scout'.

Any Takers?
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Re: Citezenship in the Community Req#7c - service hours

Postby evmori » Thu Apr 20, 2006 2:32 pm

MisterChris wrote:Has anybody ever been asked before whether these service project hours for Citizenship in the Community can count towards Rank Advancement?

I was just asked this question from our counselor and would like a seasoned answer.

My gut reaction is to say 'yes' since I do not believe there is a prohibition on using requirements for separate simultaneous things.

I think the only thing is to make sure the service hours are performed 'while First Class' or 'while a Star Scout'.

Any Takers?


As long as it is understood up front & meets the rank requirements I would say yes but it should be up to each individual unit.
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Re: Citizenship in the Community Req#7

Postby JRTroop270 » Fri Apr 21, 2006 1:12 am

Polaris_Scouter wrote:
I thought about Erin Brockovich, but it is rated R (language).


You could try "John Grisham's The Rainmaker" its a good money about a lawyer who trys to change the community he lives in
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