item 33088 from the the scout shop. ($3.99)Advancement Committee Policies and Procedures Pamphlet
My advice would be to keep in mind that advancement is a method & not the goal of scouting.
smtroop168 wrote:There is a change to this in the 2008 edition of the Advancement Committee Policies and Procedures #33088
Page 30: “The Scout may have no input into the selection of the board or review members.”
Here's the link:
http://www.zion412.org/Library/Advancem ... deBook.pdf
Quailman wrote:I guess I shouldn't be concerned about the fact that this may be a complete surprise to the DAC. Either she didn't know about the change and has been advising unit ACs incorrectly, or she didn't know what was going on in the units.
 I agree that we should proceed with today's EBOR.
Oh, and did I mention that the AC is the wife of the SM? [/edit]
Quailman wrote:I went ahead and called the DAC. She was surprised that any unit AC would not know better. When she heard that the AC didn't want me to come to the EBOR, the DAC told me to come as her guest. So I am going to ask the former AC to bring all of her records (blue cards, copies of Eagle Applications, etc.) to the committee meeting next Monday and hand them over to the new person. I was going to ask her to do that anyway, but now my question is, should I allow/ask her to remain as a committee member or thank her for her service and suggest that she find another place to devote her volunteer time? Since her husband is the SM, I am sure she'll want to stay to report to him every move I make, though that's not necessary. The SM's sister is our treasurer.
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