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About goodmana

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  1. This troop has a history of being one of the largest in town for many years. With the occasional period of only 15-20 activ boys in the troop and 10-20 boys in the cub pack. We are well liked by the boys as far as our troop has the equipment to go caving, repelling. and all of the equipment for outpost camping and canoeing. When we asked the boys (Since Scouts are suppose to be Boy lead) what kind of discipline actions they wanted to see, they came up with. Pushups for the first few instances and a suspension for 1 week away from scouts if the problem persisted along with the parental pho
  2. I have been through been through all of the training from Fast start, new leader essentials, Leader specific, &Scout MAster Trainging during theh 1999, 2000, & 2001 Time frames. During those traing program we was instructed that as long as they we delivered in a fair fashion - Pushups was approved. We currently don't have "Snack time" to take from the kids. Also have you seen kids with fire that is only best done when outside. We tried to implement the Three strike and your out policy. Where once they recieved 3 strikes they was banned from the next campout. thus creating n
  3. Good day. I have been Active in Scouts Since I was a tiger cub in 1987. I transferred from three different packs/troops on my trail to Eagle in 1998. As a scout a discipline that I always contributed to Scouting was pushups. I am now Assistant Scoutmaster and Assistant Den leader of a troop in Wichita, ks. I took Leadership training three years ago, and pushups was still accepted. Some of our New parents went to the leadership training here recently summer 2004. And found out that pushups are considered as HAZING. And after talking with the other adults in our current pack the
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