Roundtable is a meeting on the third Thursday of every month for Scout leaders and anybody wishing to learn more about Scouting and upcoming events. We highly encourage all Scouting leaders to come. There are breakouts sessions for each level of scouting and a general session for all to attend. The premise is to learn from other scouting leaders that have already been or are going through the program and ask the questions you may have. It is a great opportunity to find out what events are going on in the Council and District for units and their families.
Melbourne Church of Christ 810 Hollywood St., Melbourne, FL 7pm-8pm
Riverside District is proud to announce the offering of Merit Badge Workshops at our monthly Roundtables. Our next workshop is presented by Scoutmaster, Karl Brandt with Troop 528. Space is limited to the first 15 Scouts that sign up. If your Boy Scout wants to earn this Merit Badge, please email Mr. Brandt. When you are finished, you bring the MB card back for signature. Scouts need to bring the following items with them in order to participate in the MB sessions scheduled for February 20th, and March 19th :
Pen or pencil
Paper to write on
MB Blue Card signed by your Scoutmaster
MB Book or MB worksheet that is found online There is a prerequisite which is expected to be completed before the first session. The Scout should complete Requirement 1A. The scout should bring a copy of the article they’ve used to the first meeting. Each MB session lasts approximately 1 hour, so parents if you are bringing your Scout, please stay and attend one of our breakout sessions where you can learn more about our Scouting program. Roundtable begins at 7:00 PM and the MB class will begin after our opening session. To sign up please email Karl Brandt at firstname.lastname@example.org
In celebration of Law Day 2020, the Brevard County Bar Association unveils a new and exciting outreach event. On May 30, 2020, at the Moore Justice Center, the Brevard County Bar Association is hosting a Law Day merit badge program at which scouts can earn their Scouts, BSA fingerprinting and law merit badges. This is a unique opportunity for scouts to meet those who work in the legal field, participate in a mock trial and learn how law and the legal process protect our liberty, strive to achieve justice, and contribute to the freedoms that all Americans share. Parents are invited to attend.
Every scout must register to attend. Registration is limited for this event, and is on a first-come, first-served basis. Once capacity is reached, registration will be closed. Early registration is encouraged to avoid disappointment. For any specific questions or concerns, you may contact Ashley Hardee at (321)617-7328 or by e-mail: email@example.com.
All scouts should wear Class A uniforms, arrive at 8:00 AM for check-in at the front door of the Viera courthouse, and have already eaten breakfast. There is no fee to attend the Law Day Merit Badge Program. Knives or other items prohibited in a courthouse shall not be brought and everyone in attendance will go through courthouse security. A lunch with bottled water will be provided at noon at no cost to the scout. Pick-up is at 3:30 PM sharp.
Please click on the links below to print the Registration Form and the Agreement for use of Likeness in Audio/Visual form.
Cub scouts come earn the Emergency Preparedness Award! Dates and time February 20, March 19, April 16, May 21. Class will start at 6:30pm. Cost is $10 per scout. Where: Roundtable at Melbourne Church of Christ 810 Hollywood BLVD. Melbourne, FL. 32904 Contact information: Allison Tetterton 321-557-4373 firstname.lastname@example.org All cub scouts are welcome to come and participate! Lions can not earn this, however I will have something for them to do. When you register your scout with Ms. Allison we need scouts name and rank they are in.
This is a friendly reminder to check your training. Log into (or sign up for) my.scouting.org . Select My Training. It will take you to a page that will show you your YPT status. If your youth protection training expired or soon to be expire click the link to take you to the online training.
For position related training select either Training Center or Requirements.
Requirements section should show you the training that is completed or needs to completed for your position.
Training Center will bring you to a page where you can look up the training for, if not all, most leadership positions. This is a good idea if you have volunteered for a new position (and the paper work hasn´t been processed yet.) For example I just volunteer to lead my son’s Tiger Den. The paper work is being process for my new position as Den Leader. I have started training.
A good number of Riverside Scouters (this includes me) need to complete Hazardous Weather Training. It is under ¨Before First Outdoor Activity¨.
I challenge other Riverside Scouters to join me in completing Hazardous Weather Training.
UPDATE: I have completed Hazardous Weather Training