Roundtable

What is Roundtable?

The BSA’s Roundtable training meeting is a monthly training session that serves multiple purposes. The allusion to Camelot’s round table conjures up images of noble knights assembling to discuss the concerns of the people (Scouts) they serve.

Roundtable is an opportunity for all Scouters to:
  • Learn more about upcoming activities.
  • Share program and planning ideas.
  • Interact with fellow Scouters who share the same enthusiasm for the Scouting program.
Roudtable - Be Informed, Be Prepared

When is Roundtable?

Roundtable is the FIRST Thursday of the month at 7:00pm
(No Roundtable in December or July)

Saint Andrews Presbyterian Church
7506 Falls of Neuse Road, Raleigh, NC

Across from Ravenscroft School; Parking is in the rear of the church.

 

Coming Up for Neuse River District’s Combined Leaders Big Rock Topic:
November 7 – Recharter Kick-off and Membership Processing.  All Pack, Troop and Crew committee chairs, unit leaders and membership or recharter leads on the committee should attend.
December 5 – Annual Adult Appreciation and Recognition Add-a-Dish Dinner.  Adults being recognized for service in their units (as nominated by their fellow unit leaders) and District Award of Merit honorees, their families and fellow Scouters should attend.

Watch this space for themes for January – June 2020!

Past Roundtable Resources

November 2018 – COLD WEATHER CAMPING

November featured one of Neuse River’s Commissioners and local Author, Chris Cancilla. Cold weather camping is the best!  No bugs and no bees, a peaceful camping experience. But what about YOU staying warm, how can you ensure you do not turn into a Scout-cicle!  November was filled with tips for sleeping in cold weather, cooking in cold weather, and generally living in cold weather for a couple days. You can download a copy of his handout if you missed this great break-out session.

April 2019 – HAMMOCK CAMPING

Frank Slifer (ASM, Troop 365) hosted a virtual Roundtable session on hammock camping that was both informative and entertaining. We’ve captured the essentials of this training into a 45-minute video, available below: