Who: All Cub Scout and Boy Scout Leaders - Every unit should be represented at Roundtable each month in order to stay connected and informed.
What: Roundtable is a place for adult leaders to gather and receive informal continuous supplemental training. This monthly event provides program topic guidance and structure suggestions for unit leaders. It is a fun environment that creates excitement around the coming month of activities and program for unit leaders to carry back for implementation in their units.
When: Second Thursday of each month at 7 pm (Feb and March - 1st Thurs. of the month)
Where: LDS Stake Center serving Carrollton, 4000 Nazarene Drive, Carrollton 750101 (June - Farmers Branch Historical Park at 6 pm)
Why: "Every Scout deserves a trained leader" and you will have FUN and learn new ideas to take back to your units, as well as, make new friends!
More Info: Contact:
- Cub Scout Roundtable Commissioner: Nik Stanosheck
- Asst. District Commissioner for Roundtable: Kirk French
- Boy Scout Roundtable Commissioner: Howard Gurnas
We look forward to seeing you there!
Cub Scout Topics:
January 10th- Blue and Gold Banquets: How, What, When, Where, and Why?
February 7th- Community Events, Especially for Cub Scouts & Scouts BSA (Come Meet our Community Partners)!
March 7th- Scouting and Service: Earth Day, World Conservation Award, and Being Messengers of Peace
April 11th- Summer Twilight Camps and Resident Camps: Which is Right for Your Scouts?
May 9th- Cub Scouting is a Year Round Program: How to Keep Your Pack Engaged and Earn the Summertime Activity Awards
Boy Scout Topics:
Jan. 10th - Eagle Advancement procedures, problems and tips
Feb. 7th - Community Service Opportunities
March 7th - Favorite Camping Areas
April 11 - Cooking and Cast Iron
May 9th - Risk Management
June - Aquatics or Cub Camp event - Farmers Branch Historical park at 6 pm