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At training on Saturday, the trainer stressed getting every scout's family involved, either in an official capacity (leadership) or an unoffficial capacity (positions designed for the specific adult). For example, the mom with two in diapers and dad on the road 5 days a week couldn't serve on committee, couldn't handle the fundraiser, couldn't be a den leader BUT she became the Birthday Coordinator. Her job was to call the Cubmaster and remind him which scouts had had their birthday since the last pack meeting, so he could recognize them. There's no such official position, but she didn't know this and did a great job for years. Great example of thinking outside the box.

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