What is District Roundtable?
Roundtable plays a significant role in providing continuous supplemental training for unit leaders. This monthly event provides program topic guidance and structure suggestions for unit leaders.
A fun environment creates excitement around the coming month of activities and program for unit leaders to carry back for implementation in their units.
Cub Scout meetings require lots of planning on the part of the adults and it can be a challenge to figure out great activities and programs week after week. The primary objective of Cub Scout roundtable is to provide program ideas for your next den or pack meeting. Cub Scout roundtable is full of great ideas and demonstrations for your next den or pack meeting. Games, songs and activities are a part of every roundtable and you learn by doing. Cub Scout roundtables are high energy and fun. You will meet other scouters in similar roles and you will learn from each other. Everyone gets involved.
Roundtable meetings always highlight program events and/or themes for coming months. We invite you to come to the next Roundtable to participate and learn about next month’s program theme and core value.
Boy Scout meetings are different, the boys are older and they are doing the planning. Roundtables help adults create an environment which facilitates the aims and methods of the program. The boys are running their troop, but you are there to mentor and ensure a safe and appropriate program. Boy Scout roundtables focus on helping you provide an environment where your scouts can learn by leading. Roundtables are a great source of ideas for campouts and meetings. Other topics include fund raising and merit badge resources.
Venturing Forum is a great resource on High Adventure and Venturing activities and events, and an opportunity to network with like-minded leaders.
The Forum is for adult and youth leaders of Venturing crews, Venture patrols, and Varsity Teams, as well as other leaders with older Boy Scouts, and anyone else who might be interested in learning about High Adventure, Venturing, or the program to be presented. Additional attendees include consultants and presenters with program materials and resources.
The Forum is an excellent source for information and resources on High Adventure and Venturing programs and activities, as well as upcoming training and special events. It also provides an opportunity to discuss past and future unit activities, fund raising, recruiting, retention, and other relevant matters. It helps “deliver the program” to our youth.
When is District Roundtable?
Tonkawa District holds their Roundtable at 7:00pm on the second Thursday of each month.
Where is District Roundtable?
Tonkawa District holds their Roundtable at the LDS Church
5309 Utah Street, Greenville, TX 75401
We look forward to seeing you there!
Cub Scout Roundtable Commissioner – Joyce Dreiling
2016–2017 Pack Meeting Plans
- September: Helpful – “To The Rescue”
- October: Kind – “Creepy Crawlers”
- November: Courteous – “Cubs In Shining Armor”
- December: Cheerful – “Celebrate”
- January: Obedient – “Cub Scout City Council”
- February: Reverent – “Passport To Other Lands”
- March: Loyal – “Our National Treasures”
- April: Thrifty – “Power Up!”
- May: Clean – “A Picnic With Pizzazz”
- June: Brave – “Roaming Reptile Alert”
- July: Trustworthy – “Let The Games Begin”
- August: Friendly – “#CUBSCOUTS”
- Cub Scouting Roundtable Planning Guide
- Cub Scout Roundtable Handouts
- Cub Scout Roundtable Commissioner & Staff Training Manual
Boy Scout Roundtable Commissioner – Joanna Daniels
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- Boy Scouting Roundtable Planning Guide
- Boy Scout Roundtable Handouts
- Boy Scout Roundtable Commissioner & Staff Training Manual
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