Re: Roundtable format
William Grimes (persianblue@JUNO.COM)
Fri, 14 Aug 1998 19:01:19 -0400
We just finished planning out roundtables for the year. We used some
input from scoutmasters, and then filled in the blanks around the
plublished themes. Sept. roundtable will be CHANGES TO THE SCOUT -EAGLE
REQUIREMENTS, AND EXPLORING/VENTURING
THANKS TO THE LIST I ACTUALLY AM AHEAD OF THE GAME AT THIS POINT.
our environment theme will be a presentation on project WILD and we will
alos have a speaker come in and talk about invasive exotic plants.
We will have a speaker from a local state park talk about potential
eagle projects one month,
We will also be doing a month "By popular request" on special cooking.
I write up the district roundtable news letter and this year after review
by the RTC plan to publish to the council web site.
GS Cadette troop 892/ BSA troop 176
Lake Park /Palm Beach Gardens, Fl
On Thu, 13 Aug 1998 22:51:49 -0700 Bob and Rusty Taylor
>Boy Scout Roundtable format. what's used in your district? ours is
>acceptable, but I am wondering if something different my be both more
>interesting; use the troop meeting plan sheet for the pattern. anyone
>any experience with this?
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