Troop Leadership Elections

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Just a reminder that Troop 26 will be holding our Troop Leadership Elections at the January 14, 2014 meeting.

Scouts have the opportunity to be elected – by the other scouts – to leadership positions. This is a key part of their continued progress in achieving their next rank.

The following positions are open for the next election period.

  • Senior Patrol Leader (you need to be a Life Scout as a requirement for running)
  • Quartermaster 1
  • Webmaster 2
  • Scribe/Librarian
  • Historian
  • Order of the Arrow Rep
  • Bugler
  • Patrol Leaders will also be elected within each Patrol

You can learn more about each of these leadership positions by reading Greenbar Responsibilities.

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