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15 hours ago, TAHAWK said:

Speaking only of Boy Scouting, such a  PL might benefit from training on the role of adults in program.  Being a resource is not inconsistent with youth leadership. 


BSA is an entirely other issue, with registered  adult "supervision" every minute being mandated.

I agree, there's nothing wrong with using adults as a resource, in this case though I'm really pleased with her having the confidence to chose her own path and be confident in it even when offered alternatives.

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