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About scotteg83

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  • Birthday 11/15/1983

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    Auburn, Maine
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    Scoutsmaster, Assistant Scoutmaster, District Program Chair

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  1. scotteg83

    Has anyone had their uniform shirt tailored?

    I did email and got confirmation that you can order 1 shirt at a time
  2. scotteg83

    Has anyone had their uniform shirt tailored?

    is that still true? I haven't seen anything online that shows that. https://mediafiles.scoutshop.org/Media/Ladies_BSA_MadeToMeasureForms_shirt_R2.pdf
  3. scotteg83

    Has anyone had their uniform shirt tailored?

    Would it make more sense to order a custom fit shirt to your measurements? to me, it just seems like to much to rework a current shirt and make it look decent in the end
  4. If Parkman is comparing it to LDS, I dont see how these two relate. But it did last 106 years
  5. scotteg83

    Bikes in Camp?

    our local camp only allows scouts taking cycling merit badge to bring bikes. They also had 1 staff this year with a bike. Besides that, its not allowed
  6. scotteg83

    Parent Reaction to Fee Increase

    wow, whats the fund-raiser????
  7. scotteg83

    Troop t-shirts for summer camp

    Have one from a local camp like that. Ink glows in the dark too
  8. scotteg83

    possible fee increase coming

    I really can't see them being stupid enough to think $100 would fly, from a $33 current cost
  9. scotteg83

    Unit level Financial aid - how is it determined

    In my 3 different units, the only "financial aid" we offer is fund-raising. They can do a payment plan to pay monthly, but we do not do any financial aid to cover dues.
  10. scotteg83

    Completed MB?

    If he has a signed blue card, from a district or council approved Merit Badge College, as scoutmaster myself, I would just accept it and award the scout. Doesn't mean that the district or council lead on the event wont get an earful from me. I would also ask the scout about his workings to make the requirements. This may influence the scout to actually work towards his next one properly. But I would never stop the scout from earning the this one. My son took Camping Merit Badge at a MBC. I know he worked hard on the requirements, but when it came to the cooking part, the counsellor allowed the group to use previous troop camping experiences to get it signed off and didn't ask for proof of their nights camping. My son still received the merit badge completion at the end. But we had a talk about how he got a "free pass" when other scouts have had to do the cooking part on upcoming campouts after they started the badge. I wasn't going to argue with a group setting merit badge. If they felt they covered the requirements and signed the blue card, thats on them. I did make mention of it to the Merit badge coordinator for the event, and the district advancement chair as well.
  11. scotteg83

    So it Begins: Great Salt Lake Council lays off 21 employees

    I don't even think our council has 21paid employees to let go. But LDS is not a big group in my half of Maine.
  12. scotteg83

    2020 Insurance Fees at Recharter

    our council charges $1 for insurance. But average costs are realistically $8. There is talk of raising unit costs to $6 to ease the burden of council.
  13. scotteg83

    merit badge sash q1

    yes, mens large
  14. scotteg83

    merit badge sash q1

    there's is only two sizes if I remember correctly. So if they are a very small kid, and and probably will never grow bigger then a L tshirt size, get the smaller one. If they are already in the L+ shirt size as a crossover, get them the large size. No one wants to take off the merit badges on a small sash to re-put them on a bigger one.
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