|Cub Scout Roundtable Commissioner||Jessica Gibble||(218) 402-0348|
|Boy Scout Roundtable Commissioner||Mike Guck||(218) 849-2124|
|District Executive||Lindsay Aune||(701) 799-6753|
This page will be updated monthly with information that was discussed at the last Roundtable.
Roundtable is held the first Thursday of every month at 7:00 pm, except for June and July. The Roundtable is held at Augustana Lutheran Church, 308 E Douglas Ave in Fergus Falls, MN.
November Roundtable was about transitions. Whether it be Webelos to Scout Transition or Life to Eagle, we focused on transitioning from one stage in Scouting to the next. Jessica Gibble and Mark Sundberg were on hand to discuss the Cub Scout side of the Webelos to Scout Transition. The information that was distributed regarding Webelos to Scout transition can be found here!
Doug Hansen, District Training Chair, taught a course to our Star to Life Scouts in the District on Life to Eagle. From earning all the required Merit Badges, the selection and approval of the Eagle Scout project, and everything in between. You can always find the Eagle Scout Service Project Workbook here.
December Roundtable - December 6, 2018 7 PM
December Roundtable was focused on Derby's! Everyone is familiar with the traditional Pinewood Derby, where Cub Scouts get to craft a race car from a kit that looks like this:
and turn it into an awesome race car like these!
We have other kinds of Derby's as well!
Jessica Gibble, Cub Scout Roundtable Commissioner, talked with our Cub Scout leaders, Den Leaders and parents about how to host these events, and make them fun for the Scouts! Here is some of the information that was handed out about Pinewood Derby's that can be helpful to your pack!
We also discussed Charter Renewal for those who had questions, needed help or wanted to get the whole thing completed at once! For more information on charter renewal or for the online process, click here.
January Roundtable - January 3, 2018 7 pm
January Roundtable will feature information on Blue & Gold Banquet and why we celebrate them in February. Stay tuned for more information!