University of Scouting
steve clifton (clifton@HOME.DMV.COM)
Sat, 10 Aug 1996 10:58:12 GMT
What: The University of Scouting.
The Del-Mar-Va Council announces the annual University of Scouting
(UofS). The UofS is a weekend of trainign and fellowship intended to
enhance the knowledge and skills of those volunteer Scouters who serve
at the District or Council levels of the Scouting organization.
Who: Commissioners and District and Council Committee Members
Originally called the College and then the University of Commissioner
Science, the University of Scouting continues to be the premir opportunity
for Commissioners of all types (Unit Commissioners, ADC's, DC's, and
ACC's) to recieve specialized training to enable them to fulfill their
responsibilities in Unit Service. Two years ago, the program of the
University was expanded to include training opportunities for those
volunteers who serve on the committees which support the Program,
Membership, and Finance functions of the District and Council. Any
registered Scouter interested at these levels is welcome to attend.
When: September 27-29, 1996
The 1996 UofS will begin Friday evening, September 27, and finish at
noon on Sunday, September 29.
Where: Rodney Scout Reservation, Northeast, MD
Sleeping accomidations will be in cabins, and meals will be prepared
and served in the dining hall.
How Much: $40.00 ($35.00 if full payment is recieved before August 31,
1996) This is the total fee for the weekend, and includes the reservation
fee. It covers all training materials, sleeping accomodiations for two
nights, and all meals, including breakfast, lunch and dinner on Saturday,
breakfast on Sunday, and cracker barrels on Friday and Saturday nights.
If you are interested in attending the 1996 University of Scouting, please
contact the Del-Mar-Va Council at 1-302-652-3741 and ask for more
information. Please mention that you saw this on SCOUTS-L.
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