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  1. scoutlady105

    Leader made a mistake

    Well, for an update to all you concerned leaders. Leader #1, the male who visited Leader #2's tent at 3 am, talked to the parent who saw him make his 3 am visit. This parent was "sleeping under the stars." All was supposedly resolved and they were going to quietly withdraw their son. Since the SM had already called a parent meeting, it was going to be turned into a meeting to discuss a new program the unit was rolling out. Then the witnessing parent and his wife showed up. Even tho the female leader that would have like to retain her leadership position didn't wish for the incident to be aired before the whole crowd, it was. There was one parent who still wanted her resignation, all the others voted to forgive. The SM is now taking it to the COR and the DE. Is there anything that says the DE has to be involved?
  2. scoutlady105

    Leader made a mistake

    It was a mixed gender situation. The scout rules state that unmarried person's of different gender should not tent together. This was at 3 am.
  3. scoutlady105

    Leader made a mistake

    Thank you for all supportive advice. What if this parent wants to go to council with the knowledge?
  4. scoutlady105

    Leader made a mistake

    The marriage was over, but not publically. One of the two leaders has resigned to take a more demanding job. The witnessing parent is out for the remaining leaders head on a platter. The best the SM can do is to call a parent's meeting to let them decide. Obviously the remaining leader would prefer not to have their dirty laundry aired for the world to see.
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    Leader made a mistake

    We have a leader that made a mistake. Before he was divorced, he began dating another leader. Late one night he visited this other leaders tent. A non-leader parent observed this. No youth ever found out. Both leaders admit the mistake and are sorry. The troop has agreed that both should not attend a campout at the same time and both leaders agree. Should both leaders be kicked out of Scouting?
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