Re: Roundtable attendance
Kirk Barley (kbarley@EROLS.COM)
Sun, 19 May 1996 11:37:54 -0400
Boy are you going to have fun!
Cub Roundtable Commissioner is one of the most exciting jobs in
I've found that a good roundtable program sells itself by word of mouth,
but catching the new crop of Cub Leaders after the fall round-up is a
big assist. Get a good crew to work for you (3-5), call the Cubmasters
and invite them, run split sessions, have auctions and games and make
things active. If your roundtable feels like a great Pack meeting you
will have more attendees than you can handle.
MCB Quantico, VA
Martin Konigsdorffer wrote:
> I am new to this forum and would like for some suggestions. I am
> currently the Cub Scout Rountable commissioner. I inherited the job from
> the previous DE. I am facing an uphill battle: I want to improve the
> program ( it is non-existent). Very few of our cubmasters ( no other
> leaders) come to the meetings. In the past the roundtables were of the
> announcement and no training variety. How can I get everyone to know that
> it is now different, and make it more fun?
> Melissa Reed Konigsdorffer (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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