District Commissioner's Blog

Roundtable Reminder: Tues. April 14th in Peterborough

Published by laurenmartin24@gmail.com on 2015-04-13
Dear Mt Monadnock Scouters,

This month's Roundtable will be tomorrow night, Tuesday April 14th at the Peterborough LDS Church, 65 Old Bennington Road, Peterborough 03458. All Roundtables from now until June will be held in Peterborough. Directions: From the Rte. 202/Rte. 136 intersection, head out Rte. 136 toward Greenfield for 2.6 miles and turn left onto Old Bennington Road. The church is just up ahead on the right. Roundtable signs will help guide you.

6:45pm- "Meet and Greet-" check your mail, pick up handouts and B-P Bucks
7:00pm- Opening & General Announcements, including University of Scouting, Council Program Kick-off and District Recognition Dinner
7:15pm- General discussion session: "When Mom and Dad Can't Pay"
7:30pm- Training- Committee Chair (for all units)
7:30pm- Youth Protection Training
Cub Scout Breakout: announcements include Chuckwagon details; Changes to Cub Scouting- the New Pack Meeting Plans and monthly themes; "Backyard Fun" theme for April; Camping Ideas for pack and den; spring recruitment ideas
Boy Scout/Venturing Breakout: announcement- Camporee details; Bike Treks- logistics, planning and destinations, with Mike Miller, Troop 308 Scoutmaster; Resource and Merit Badge of the Month

Upcoming Activities:
Council Recognition Dinner- Sat. April 18th
District Recognition Dinner- Sun. April 19th
Council Program Kickoff (at Univ. Scouting)- Sat. April 25th
Chuckwagon Derby- Sat. May 2nd
Spring Camporee (Boy Scouts/Venturers)- May 8 - 10, Monadnock Humane Society, Swanzey

Upcoming Training:
University of Scouting- Sat. April 25, Bow High School
IOLS- during spring camporee May 9 - 10

Training at Roundtables:
BSA Tour Permits- What's New and Required- May 12

Please join us for an evening of new ideas, inspiration and fellowship. We all share the same goal: to make a positive difference in the lives of our youth. Come share your concerns and your successes as we help each other become the best leaders we can be.

Yours in Scouting,
Lauren Martin, Mt Monadnock District Commissioner

"The mission of the Boy Scouts of America is to prepare young people to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetimes by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Law."