None of my children would NEVER go on a campout without me (or my wife). However, just because someone doesn't become a unit leader doesn't mean that he is "too lazy".
because we are very involved in our Church I would not have the time left over to be a Unit leader and do the job correctly.
posted on 06/02/2003 10:02:04 AM PDT
(Even under a good king, a subject is still a subject.)
I am not maintaining that everyone has to sign up as a unit leader. But everyone that has a child in a BSA unit should do something. Go on a couple of campouts. Help run an activity. Teach a merit badge that you have competence in (there's 106 of them, you have competence in at least one). I'd wondering, though, why you feel that either you or your wife have to go on every single Troop campout?
posted on 06/02/2003 11:28:37 AM PDT
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