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District Roundtable Meetings
WHAT is Roundtable?

The aim of the Roundtable is to provide the will and the skill to do. If Scout leaders have these two things, they can succeed, and they can continue succeeding. The will to do in the form of morale, inspiration, enthusiasm, and vision is distributed regularly (for the will to do is perishable). The skill to do in the form of skills, program ideas, techniques, and information is taught a piece at a time (for there is much to learn.) A roundtable is fun, practical, inspiring, full of skills, loaded with techniques, and brimming with program ideas.

WHO should attend Roundtable?

Roundtables are designed for anyone interested in providing the best program for their Scouts, i.e., Scoutmasters, Cubmasters, Assistant Scoutmasters, Assistant Cubmasters, Committee Members, Webelos Den Leaders, Cub Scout Den Leaders, Tiger Cub Den Leaders, Chartered Organization Representatives, and all interested parents. So welcome! Don't worry about asking questions as that's what we are here for and don't forget the most important thing.....have fun.

WHEN and WHERE is Roundtable?

Roundtable meets the first Tuesday of each month at the Virginia United Methodist Church Conference Center, 10300 Staples Mill Road in Glen Allen next to the new(ish) Crossridge Shooping Center. Fellowship in the form of a pre-opening starts at 7:15pm and Roundtable itself at 7:30pm. Meetings are 90 minutes long and end on time at 9:00pm.



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REMEMBER!

"A hundred years from now it will not matter what my bank account was, the sort of house I lived in, or the kind of car I drove. But the world may be different, because I was important in the life of a boy."

E. Witcraft (1894 - 1967)


Updated on 03/01/2010 04:22 PM by andersda  Printable Version

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