We had a meeting last night. As part of the meeting, the boys who were there (about 60% of normal crowd) played manhunt on our COR property. They do this quite a bit. One of our other ASMs (who's not there often due to work) basically chastized me and my son (former SPL who was leading the game), because 1) none of the boys had flashlights; 2) he didn't feel the boys were specific enough in telling adults about the game they were playing and 3) that we didn't have two deep leadership, because no adults were outside during the game. I know the boys, and it never entered my mind that we had to directly supervise the game (adults were in the Scout hut, as it was about 29 degrees last night). Am I just too lax? Should adults have been outside? Should the boys each have a flashlight, etc.? How does adult vs. boy leadership enter into this scenario?
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Am I too lax, or is this guy too tightly wound.Page Title Module
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