Friday, 16 March 2012

Dedication to Scouting Part 2: Series Wrap-Up

Because of the fact that this topic has gotten so far off the original topic of the conversation/post I was typing about I have decided to discontinue the series due to the above reason and because in order to continue with this series of dedication to Scouting i would have to start from the beginning.

Eventually I will return to this topic but it will be about dedication and participation in scouting. These two ideas are not similar in nature as most would assume. In reality these words have two different meanings but both come down to your level of activity and knowledge you have in that particular topic.

Well I apologize for not having the best quality of work but I am not a person to take down a post unless its completely wrong or inappropriate as based on the information I receive from my followers. Even though it wouldn't allow me to continue the series in a better format the fact remains that theres a importance difference between participation level and dedication to Scouting. After looking at these two terms its very easy to move through your community Service and your Scouting Service and how to apply the descriptions of dedication and participation to those two areas of service.

Yours in Scouting Service
Mark West
Assistant Scoutmaster
Troop 1316, Troop 1616(aka 669), Troop 125
Tustumena District/ Denali District/ Eklutna District, Great Alaska Council
NSJ '05 Youth Participant NSJ '10 Subcamp 7 Youth Staff NSJ '13 Subcamp Staff
WSJ '07 Youth Participant WSJ '11 International Service Team(IST)
Eagle Scout OA Brotherhood Honor Big Horn Denver Area Council NYLT QM
Philmont AA '08

If you are paid to do Scouting, you are called a professional. If you are not paid to do Scouting, you are called a Volunteer. If you pay to do Scouting, then you are called a Scouter.

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