FrankJ wrote:What I was trying to say was:
2) You can only be tapped out by your lodge which is the one that is in your council. The exception would require a letter for the home lodge attesting that the candidate has been elected in his home lodge.
wagionvigil wrote:Should the troop leadership of these troops still be in scouting regardless as to what kind of troop program they have? They are not supporting the BSA Programs.
wagionvigil wrote:Remember the OA is boy led and adults have very little input. If the boys do not do it it may not get done. In the OA it is NOT the adults responsibilty to make sure it heppens. It is on the Boys!
Billiken wrote:As I've posted, our troop was "absent" from the OA for around 30 years.
We now have 4 new ordeal members (3 scouts, 1 adult).
I was excited that several other Scouts (not yet in OA) have spoken with me to make sure they qualified for the troop OA elections in 2009.
One, who did not qualify (had only 14 day/nights camping) is now making a purposeful effort to attend more weekend campouts.
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