Roundtable this Thursday, January 2, 2020

Scouters:

My, my, my… How time flies! For the most part, the holidays are over and the kiddos head back to school next week. Recharter season is a done deal. Winter Camp is ending. A new year (and the beginning of a new decade) arrives on Wednesday.

What better time to get some great ideas to share with your youth and other adults than right now?

Every unit has a commissioner assigned to it in order to help it thrive. During this coming Thursday’s Roundtable, learn more about how a unit commissioner can make your life easier and improve its operation. There will also be a Commissioner Commissioning ceremony.

Speaking of ceremonies, they are an integral part of a troop or pack meeting and particularly important for special occasions such as Blue & Gold events, Courts of Honor, and Eagle Courts. Ceremonies will be the main topic covered in both the Cub/Family Scouting side of the house and the Scouts BSA side. Got ideas for special ceremonies that you would like to share? Bring ‘em on! Need ideas for how to make an upcoming event memorable? You won’t go home disappointed.

And while refreshments are provided for both Cub and Scout leaders, the Cubs have a special treat… you’ll learn how to make ‘Arm Pit Fudge.’ I would love to say that you will get ‘hands-on’ experience, but that would be false advertising.

As usual, Roundtable will be held at the Salvation Army & Worship Center (5328 24th St E.) on Thursday, January 2nd, 7:00-9:00 p.m.

And for any scout needing guidance regarding their Eagle Project, Project mentors will be available starting at 6:00 p.m.

Happy New Year! And hope to see you Thursday evening.

Mac Aldrich

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