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  1. Is there any BSA reference material regarding the duties and responsibilities of the committee and of the chairman? I have seen them for the Scout position, such as SPL, Scribe and the like and for Scoutmaster, but not for others
  2. Replying to Eagle Foots Post, that is almost exactly as our Troop and the Pack run. The only differnce is that after the opening the WEEBLOS I and II break off into their groups with their leader and then reassemble when the SPL calls for a "Fall In" for the closing. We also get approxmately 100% turnover from the WEEBLOS into the Troop and I don't want to disturb the apple cart, so to speak. The problem I have is when a nosey Committee Chairman, who was a former Scout master for the Troop, puts his two cents in and I need ammo to counter him, even though he should just mind his own busines
  3. Thanks for all your replies, they were all very helpful. The WEEBLOS meet the same night in the same hall as the Troop. They don't share in the same meeting and events as the Troop but they have the same numbers as the Troop and they are our main supply of new Scouts. I agree that the WEEBLOS should be reciting the Scout Law and Promise and they should only worry about the Cub Oath at the Pack nights. Thanks again for all of your help
  4. The Weeblos meet on the same night as my Troop meetings. The Weeblos Leader asked me if it would be alright if my SPL during the opening and after the Scout Oath, if he could ask for the Cub Oath to be recited. He stated that the Weeblos need to recite it in order to remember it and feel part of the meeting. The Weeblos fall in with the Troop so I did not see a problem with this. Most of my Troop were previous Cubs in the same Pack so they know the Cub Oath. My Committe Chairman, a former Scoutmaster, before me, stated that he did not beleive that it was necessary or fair that the Cub
  5. Thanks for the advice. I'll give it a try and let you know how it turns out.
  6. What do I do when I have two boys that just don't seem to like or respect each other? The other day the Troop attended the Pack's Blue & Gold Dinner, a yearly tradition for us. Two boys, who I know don't get along, started arguing and it almost came down to fist to cuffs! One boys dad is my ASM and the other's Mom is the Cubs District Training Chair. My ASM is an Eagle Scout in the Troop. His father was a former SM. I tried talking to him about his son but he seems to think that his son is right and the other starts in all the time. I've known my ASM since our two boys were Tigers.
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