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Patrol Scribe

Patrol Scribe

Job Description:   The Patrol Scribe is appointed by the Patrol Leader and keeps patrol records.  

Reports to: the Patrol Leader 

LEADERSHIP RESPONSIBILITIES:
  • Set a good example.
  • Wear the Scout uniform correctly.
  • Live by the Scout Oath and Law.
  • Show Scout spirit.
SPECIFIC LEADERSHIP REQUIREMENTS/DUTIES:
  • Keep the patrol log which contains minutes of last patrol meeting, duty roster, etc.
  • Read the log of the last patrol meeting.
  • Keep attendance records and collects dues.
  • Prepare budget for buying patrol equipment.
  • Collect the money for buying food.
  • Give the Treasurer a receipt for his records.
  • Patrol Scribe to meet with Secretary on a monthly basis to answer questions and make sure Scout is able to complete their elected position responsibilities.  Patrol Scribe can also setup a meeting with Scoutmaster for help and support.
    Patrol Scribe to complete Troop 1537 Scout Leadership Position Summary.
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