How Scouting is supposed to work

TruenorthThis post from Shawn Cleary, a Scoutmaster in Green Bay, WI is about correcting a wrong and keeping a Scout in the program.  It is amazing to me how wrong a Troop can get a program.  It is good that there are people out there that know the Scouting Program and are able to correct it.

I am reposting through here, so you can read it and understand that there is a correct way on how to use the program to everyone’s advantage.   Scouting is not a program to put limits on a youth.  It is there to help them discover and learn.

Again, another reason Scoutnation is a wonderful thing.

About Adam R. Cox

Former Tiger Den Leader & Cubmaster of P221 in Pioneer District CS Roundtable Commissioner & Trainer Former District Training Chair WE1-492-09 Beaver W1-492-11 Troopguide for Bobwhites
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2 Responses to How Scouting is supposed to work

  1. Bryan Mondy says:

    Stories like this are what drove me to volunteer as a Unit Commissioner.


  2. Sarah says:

    (Sarcasm turned on) Don’t you just love it when leaders impose their own standards on badge work etc. (Sarcasm turned off)


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