Patrol Leaders' Council
The Patrol Leaders' Council (PLC) is made up of the Senior Patrol Leader, who presides over the meetings; the Assistant Senior Patrol Leaders, all Patrol Leaders, Troop Guides, Quarter Masters, Scribes, Historians, and others as determined by your PLC. The OLC plans the yearly Troop program at the annual Troop program planning conference. The PLC meets monthly to develop plans for the upcoming meetings and activities. At its monthly meetings, the PLC organizes and assigns activity responsibilities for the weekly Troop meetings. The PLC is guided by the Scout Master. The Troop Committee interacts with the PLC through the Scoutmaster.
The PLC is composed of the following voting members:
* Senior Patrol Leader (SPL) - SPL runs the Patrol Leaders' Council (PLC) meetings. Prepares the agenda if no scribe is appointed. Attends and keeps notes of the PLC meetings. Records the adopted Troop Meeting Plans.
* Assistant Senior Patrol Leaders - is a member of the PLC and fills in for the SPL as needed.
* Patrol Leader (PL) - Represents his patrol at PLC meetings. Reports PLC decisions to his patrol.
* Assistant Patrol Leaders (APL) - Is a member of the PLC and fills in for the PL as needed.
* Troop Guide - Attends PLC meetings with the Patrol Leader of the new-Scout patrol.
*Scribe - Prepare news letter for topics of next month's troop meetings and changes to troop program plans.
* Quartermaster - Reports on the condition and availability of Troop equipment and needs.