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June Cub Roundtable Notes 0 S. Richman Attaches are the June Cub Roundtable notes
by S. Richman
Saturday, June 13, 2015
New Cub Scout Program 0 S. Richman Hello Zekiah District Cub Leaders and Parents,   It's June and the new Cub Scout program is officially underway!  Are you ready?  Do you need more information?  Attached is a top level PowerPoint that describes the new program and a link to orientation videos and descriptions of the program changes.  If you need more information , contact your Unit Commissioner.      http://www.scouting.org/scoutsource/programupdates.aspx  
by S. Richman
Saturday, June 13, 2015
June Boy Scout Roundtable Games 1 M. Strong Mr. Strong,Is there any way we could get District to take these files and turn them into books to provide to each troop?Thanks!Mr. Strong
by L. Strong
Tuesday, June 09, 2015
May BS roundtable theme First Aid 0 M. Strong May BS roundtable theme First Aid
by M. Strong
Friday, April 24, 2015
April Roundtable Cycling Month 0 M. Strong This Aprils BS Roundtable will have a person from Bike Doctor come in and talk   Short demo and discussion on a PLC meeting
by M. Strong
Wednesday, March 18, 2015
Boy Scout March round table 0 M. Strong This months theme is communications
by M. Strong
Thursday, March 05, 2015
Committee Breakout at RT 0 Z. District We are improving the format of Round Table beginning in March 2015. The new format includes a special breakout session just for unit committee members!    See the attached flyer.    YiS Zekiah District     
by Z. District
Monday, March 02, 2015
February roundtable Climbing and Rappeling 1 M. Strong Updated and added project cope manual for this months theme
by M. Strong
Friday, February 06, 2015
January 2015 Cub Roundtable Handouts 0 S. Richman Attached are the handouts from the Jan. 2015 RT (canceled due to weather).  See highlights about new Cub Program starting in June 2015.  Each month a  topic for the new program will be covered to prepare Leaders.
by S. Richman
Monday, January 19, 2015
Jan 2015 RT Camping is subject theme 0 M. Strong Jan 2015 RT Camping is subject theme
by M. Strong
Sunday, January 11, 2015
November 2014 Cub RT Handout 0 S. Richman November 2014 Cub RT Handout
by S. Richman
Sunday, November 16, 2014
November Boy Scout roundtable will be on tracking 0 M. Strong All Roundtable has a lot of activity tonight Come and see whats happening
by M. Strong
Wednesday, November 12, 2014
October 2014 Cub RT Handouts 0 S. Richman October 2014 Cub RT Handouts
by S. Richman
Monday, October 13, 2014
September '14 Cub RT Handout 0 S. Richman September Cub RT Handout See you next month....
by S. Richman
Tuesday, September 16, 2014
October BS RT High Adventure 0 M. Strong November is High Adventure Month Scoutmasters if you have not had your scouts develop a venture patrol (a patrol made up of kids 13 - 14 to 17 years of age )attached is a file on how to do it. This patrol is made up of scouts from other patrols, it has a PL that attends the PLC meetings, they may meet only once a month for outing development plans, and have a patrol outing once every 3 to 4 months, this is a great tool to keep the interest of older scouts.
by M. Strong
Monday, September 15, 2014
August RT - Sports 0 M. Strong Troop 410 to talk about scouts favorite outingSport programEffective AdvancementOpen Forum
by M. Strong
Monday, July 21, 2014
July Roundtable - Shooting 0 M. Strong July Roundtable - Shooting
by M. Strong
Sunday, June 22, 2014
Information on Ft Mifflin near Philadelphia 0 M. Strong ***New Daytime Scout Program*** – Enjoy a full day at Fort Mifflin including tour, uniform and weapons demonstration, activities and time to explore the Fort’s unique natural environment.  See below for details! History Nights at Fort Mifflin Spend the night in a National Historic Landmark!  Your troop will have an authentic and historic experience sure to be remembered for a lifetime.  Sleep in barracks used by centuries of soldiers, explore the casemates, raise the spectacular Fort Miffln flag, experience a Ghost Tour, explore the High Battery area, Nature Trail and MORE! Your stay includes scheduled activities and plenty of free time to work toward a patch or badge under the direction of your own troop leaders (Fort Mifflin patches available for purchase in the gift shop).  This is what troop leaders that have stayed at Fort Mifflin have said about the program: “I never even knew this place existed and now I’m going to be a regular visitor.” “Never have I nor my son had such an experience. The soldiers, the cannon and the activities - I never knew learning history could be so fun.” “Way to go Fort Mifflin. It has been a week since we had our overnight program at Fort Mifflin and our entire troop can’t stop talking about their experiences. What is really interesting is that the adults who went along probably learned as much as the scouts. I guess you can teach an old dog new tricks. We’ll be back!” Program Length and Availability Scout overnights generally begin at 4:00 pm and end at 4:00 pm the next day. Stay as short or long as you like in that time. Programs are tailored to your schedule. The Scout Overnight Program is available year-round, but weekends in the months of April, May, October and November are very popular. Contact us as far in advance as possible to avoid disappointment! Group Size We require a minimum of 25 participants for overnnight programs.  Call for special arrangements for weekday camping during the Summer or Spring Break.  Day Trips can be scheduled for groups of 20 or more. Housing Your troop can stay in any of the designated restored historic buildings (Enlisted Barracks, the Casemates or the Officers Quarters), but the size of the troop will be a factor due to the limited size of these buildings. Most buildings are heated and air conditioned (except the Casemates) and many have working fireplaces in them (except the Officer Quarters.) Alternately, you may pitch a tent and sleep under the stars on the Parade Ground, up on the Parapet or in the picnic area.  Bathroom facilities for boys and girls are located inside the fort (no showers) Food Your troop is responsible for providing your own food, unless you would like us to prepare your breakfast ($6 per person). We allow cooking over open fire pits (dug by your group and returned to their original condition) You are responsible for the safety of the scouts at all times. A waiver/release will be provided upon your arrival. Fees $25 per person, per night.  A non-refundable deposit of $50 is required to reserve your space.  We accept cash, credit cards, money orders and checks (Payable to “Fort Mifflin on the Delaware”)  History Overnights at Fort Mifflin include: Overnight stay, personal guided tour of the Fort with Uniform and Weapons Demonstration in the company of a Revolutionary or Civil War “soldier”Plenty of time for individual and small group explorationAccess to Nature Trails and riverfront High Battery AreaAmple free parking Enhance your experience with these additional options: Breakfast – $6 per person (hot & cold cereal, milk, juice, pancakes, sausage, hot chocolate and plenty of coffee for the grown-ups!)Fort Ghost Tour – $5 per person, minimum of 20 peopleCannon Demonstration – $30Charcoal Grills – Reserve in advance, $10 cleaning fee applies (bring your own charcoal) SUGGESTED PERSONAL ITEMS TO BRING: Comfortable bedding, including pillow (an air mattress is a good idea.)Drinking Water (we only have non-potable water.)Your Favorite SnacksFlash LightYour own tent and/or cot (if you plan to sleep outside.)Warm clothing in the cooler months and rain gear if it has rained in the last 24 hours, especially boots and extra socks.) A Fort Mifflin staff member is on-site 24 hours a day. ** NEW**  Scout Troop Day Trip Day Trips are also available, Monday through Sunday, 10 am to 4 pm, throughout the year (even when Fort Mifflin is closed to the general public.) When your troop arrives you are met by your own personal Uniformed Interpretive Guide who will assist you in conducting a the Fort Mifflin flag raising ceremony. Your troop enjoys a tour of the Fort and uniform and weapons demonstration (additional charge for cannon demonstration – see above.) and the opportunity to explore the area for the day.  Your troop will be assigned to a designated area within the Fort that includes a fireplace for cooking.  Grills are available for a $10 cleaning charge (reserve in advance, bring your own charcoal.)  $10 per person.  $50 deposit required to reserve your date. (Eagle Scout Projects and Volunteer Group efforts are welcome and greatly appreciated.) To book a scout program – contact the Fort at 215.685.4167
by M. Strong
Sunday, June 22, 2014
June Cub Roundtable Handouts 0 S. Richman June Cub Roundtable Handouts
by S. Richman
Saturday, June 14, 2014
June Boy Scout Program theme: Hiking 0 M. Strong Hiking is the roundtable theme for June to be done by the troops in July, posted are some files for the SPL and PL council to possibly look at for program developmentIn Scouting
by M. Strong
Sunday, June 01, 2014
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