Patrol Duty Roster
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Patrol Duty RosterPatrol:

Patrol Leader: Sr. Patrol Leader: Scoutmaster:

TROOP 6

DutySaturday Breakfast Saturday LunchSaturday DinnerSunday BreakfastFireCookClean-upWater

HELPFUL HINTS

Water/Fire Scouts:

need to put the clean-up water on as soon as the cooks will allow it.

Fires/Stoves:

Allow plenty of time to gather wood, build the fire and allow coals to be ready for cooking (about 1 hour ).

Clean-up Scouts:

Each scout is responsible to wash their personal gear. This is to be done before the clean-up scouts wash the patrol equipment.

Cooks:

The Head Cook is responsible to cook the food on the stove/fire. The Assistant Cook and the Head Cook both prepare the food.

The food is served by the cooks and no one eats until everything is ready. Grace is led by the Assistant Cook or a Patrol Member

Patrol Leader:

Is responsible to ensure fairness in the duty roster. The Patrol Leader takes a regular turn and pitches in with all tasks.

Evaluation:

Was the job done on time? 90 minutes total with stoves and 2 hours with fires

Did we have fun? What did we do well? What could have been done better?

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Patrol MenuPatrol: Grub Master: # Scouts:

TROOP 6

Friday CBSaturday Breakfast Saturday LunchSaturday DinnerCracker BarrelSunday Breakfast

**Shopping ListaItemaItemaItemaItem

SPL Initials:SM Initials:

** Check the Quartermaster for supplies on hand