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About boyledscouting

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    Camping, Swimming, Biking, Hiking, Caoneing, skiing, basically everything you do in bsa
  1. My mom agrees with me and encourages me to try to make a change if possible. She will also support me if I decide to change troops. There are many other troops in my area, so it looks like I will have to start considering joining one of them, even though it would be ideal if I could stay in my current troop. Thank you for writing
  2. Thank you for your feedback. I didn't mention in the original post that I have had meetings with scoutmasters, and other scouts to discuss the issues. They basically assure me that everything is fine and ignore my opinions. I have told them that many scouts including myself, would consider leaving the troop of there is no change. The scoutmasters didn't seem, happy about it, but they certainly didn't do anything to stop it. In fact, a scoutmaster even told the SPL that I was "complaining too much".
  3. Hello everyone, Let me start out by saying I am a 15 year old scout who has been in the bsa since cub scouts. When I first joined my troop in 2010, my troop was smaller and more relaxed. Today, we have approximately 40 scouts. Over the years we have had many scoutmasters come and go. Overtime, rules became a lot more strict in my troop. It's getting to the point where my troop is not in anyway scout-led. The scoutmasters make ALL of the decions. It's gotten so out of control that many people in the troop just want to make eagle, and leave the troop as soon as possibly. However, I am a litt
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