Posts by Tina Ramacier

See what you missed at Roundtable!

June’s Roundtable was focused on First Aid training for Adults, Scouts, and Cub Scouts! Several leaders saw how First Aid can be taught to their youth through role-playing and games (with a  purpose). If you missed out and want to see how you could use games and role-playing, check out: Our Cub Scouts and…

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June Roundtable – WHAT TO EXPECT – Jun 6, 2019 – 7:00PM – MINNETONKA COMMUNITY CENTER

(previous roundtables)    What to expect at this month’s Roundtable Meeting The monthly District Roundtable meeting provides an information and training forum for adults involved as leaders in the Scouting program. Parents and children are welcome to attend. These meetings allow attendees from all parts of the Scouting program to: ◾ Discuss topics of interest, both…

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New Bigger Better BALOO Training – Classroom Outdoors Training – May 17-18, 2019

BALOO stands for Basic Adult Leader Outdoor Orientation. It’s the introductory training Cub Scout leaders should complete before taking Cub Scouts on an overnight camping trip. Recent updates to this two- part course make the content more impactful, useful and convenient. The new BALOO combines the previous BALOO and a course called Outdoor Leader Skills for Webelos…

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Roundtable Handouts (eHangfiles) April 2019

(handouts from previous months) All –  What did you miss? – April Roundtable 2019 2019 Adult Leader Recognition Nomination Forms and District Recognition Dinner Registration – Nominations Received Are Posted! See who attended Roundtable – April  2019 Alternative viewing and download 2019 Spring Camporee – LEAVE NO TRACE – BIKE CAMPOREE – Information Packet (all…

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What did you miss? – April Roundtable 2019

David Ryan of 101.3 KDWB was the guest speaker at the April Roundtable 2019. Dave  presented his thoughts on ‘Girls In Scouting’. Watch the video below and hear what Dave had to say! 12 minute video Take the time to read Dave’s scouting article, “Boy Scouts Is Now Just Scouts . . . My Thoughts“.…

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