Parents & Committee

If you haven't been involved in Scouting, you may think that the whole organization is the Troop Scouter and the youth members. The truth is, the success of the troop depends on a lot of adult volunteers who work behind the scenes to make it all happen. The troop committee is like a steering committee who actually handle the business end of running the troop.  From the Scoutmaster Handbook: “The most important responsibility of a troop committee is recruiting qualified adult leaders for the troop. The Scoutmaster should be able to turn to the committee at any time for assistance, support, and encouragement.

Whether you’re an adult who wants a taste of adventure and is looking to volunteer, a parent who’s looking for new interests for their child or a youth who wants to help SCOUTS South Africa, we want to hear from you!

Kibler Park Sea Scouts,
20 Jun 2016, 11:13