Little did I think the hardest Scouts to convince would be the Arrowmen themselves. These two would rather fight the switch than assist in the transition. Well, we'll let it simmer for a while. Maybe by the time we're ready to promote camp, they'll have processed things and be ready to help. They need to realize that however/whenever the decision was made/is made, there comes a time when leaders have to lead in a positive way. None of us gets everything we want, but all of us are responsible for helping others get the most out of our experiences together.
The first lesson the Order of the Arrow is supposed to teach is, It's not all about You.