wagionvigil wrote:This is the second time IO have heard that BSA Rules and policiies are "Guidelines" and that troops can do what they want. Both from Out west. Seems odd to me. Big Councils Some in area and some in Size not watching what is going on in their councils.
wagionvigil wrote:I bet if you talk to long time scouters. I do not mean less than 10 years you will never hear that these are guidelines. This stuff is being done by relatively new scouters that have an agenda and feel rules are made to be broken. They also must have limited training and are not in contact with council much.
You must be a member of the "committee" ! (smiley thingy)wagionvigil wrote:Junior Assistant Scoutmasters must be nominated by the Scoutmaster and confirmed by a vote of the troop committee, must be at least 16 years old but not yet 18, must demonstrate marked ability as a leader, and must be proficient in scouting skills.
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