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
Register for the Bowling event via Signup genius, link below. Each person participating MUST be registered separately in signup genius to ensure we do not exceed the max number of bowlers per shift. This is a Family Event and we encourage parents and siblings to join. This is not a drop and go event and Scouts must have a parent or guardian present. When registering on Signup Genius we will need each participates first and last names, and in the comment selection we need the unit # and Type of Unit, for youth indicate their Rank, or non-Scout, and Adults indicate Scouter or non-Scouter (no need to put position). If parents/guardians are not participating and are only attending to supervise there Scouts they do not need to register on the link. Only register for the family members and Scouts participating. We are only charging for those who will be participating in the event. Please note that Shore Lanes has capped at 5 Bowlers Per Lane. If you have more then 5 participants please indicate that to us at arrival. The $12 fee is per person regardless of how big your party is, per our agreement with the Bowling Alley, there for no exceptions can be made. Three Bowling Shifts are available as follows with 20min breaks in between shifts. ONLY REGISTER FOR ONE BOWLING SHIFT. Shift #1: 11am-1pm Break: 1pm-1:20pm Shift #2: 1:20pm-3:20pm Break: 3:20pm-3:40pm Shift #3: 3:40pm-5:40pm Last tours 5:40pm – 6pm Please arrive 15mins prior to your shift. Outside the doors to the Bowling Alley will be a table where you will pay your fees, be issued a wrist band, and line up for entry to the Bowling Alley (cash and card accepted, no checks). Participates will NOT be granted access to the Bowling Alley prior to their shifts. After each Bowling shift ends EVERYONE must exit the Bowling Alley before the next shift can enter. There are 20min breaks in between the shifts to allow everyone to exit and allow the Bowling Alley Staff to prepare lanes for the next shift. In order to help keep this process timely we ask everyone to pick up after themselves and return all shoe rentals upon exiting. Inside the Bowling Alley will be another table where Scouts ONLY can sign up for a Back Lane Tour during their Bowling Shift. This is first come first serve as spots may be limited. Tours will be approximately 15mins long with 10-15 Scouts per Tour (number subject to change upon social distancing guidelines). The Tour is arranged and operated by the Bowling Alley Staff and only two Adult BSA Registered Scouters per Tour will be permitted to supervise the Scouts. Scouters also register at the table, remember only 2 Scouters can register per Tour to ensure we have enough openings for Scouts, and abide by Scouts BSA guidelines of two deep leadership. We understand that at this time there will be a lot of concerns about COVID-19 and social distancing, We will follow social distancing guidelines set forth by the State and Scouts BSA during the time of the event. As time gets closer to the event we will announce what those guidelines will be. Please share this information with your Units. We Look Forward to seeing you all on July 11th! Remember as a District Event this counts for the Summer Time Award Pin! The Organizing Unit for this Event is Pack 528, for questions please reach out to Wendy at firstname.lastname@example.org.
DAY CAMP – 9A – July 13-17, 2020 Cub Scout Day Camp offers all Scouts a fun, exciting, and productive week of Scouting for boys and girls entering 1st through 5th grade. The week will be a fun-filled, action-packed adventure for only $115.00 (early registration fee). Cub Scouts receive a patch, t-shirt and all materials & programs with their registration fee. Cub Scouts are expected to wear their camp t-shirt every day during camp. Extra shirts may be purchased for $11.00 each during the registration process.Please note: Camp t-shirts are ordered from the vendor on June 1st. Therefore, if you register after this, you will still receive a shirt, but the size cannot be guaranteed. BSA Medical Form parts A and B must be filled out for each child attending day camp, and can be found on the registration site. 1st Grade Tiger Scouts MUST have an adult partner with them at camp all week per BSA guidelines! (FYI: Cubs move up to the next rank on June 1st. So a Lion for the 2019-2020 school year will be a Tiger for day camp.)
Registration Fee: (includes a patch, t-shirt, materials, and programs):$115 per person when paid in full by June 15, 2020 $130 per person when paid in full between June 16 & July 6 2020 $140 per person when paid in full on or after July 7, 2020
Day Camp Installment Plan:Register your Scout now for $50 and have the $65 balance paid in full by June 15, 2020 to lock in the early registration price!
Volunteering: Make Day Camp a great experience for you and your Scout by volunteering to be on Day Camp Staff! Volunteers get a patch, t-shirt, challenge coin, and $25 rebate for their Scout IF they volunteer for the entire week. Volunteers also must fill out a medical form (see link above) and have a current Youth Protection Training certificate on file at camp. Register to be a volunteer at Day Camp by also following this registration link. https://scoutingevent.com/083-CubDayCampRiverside9A ***Adult volunteers may bring their younger child(ren) – IF A TOT LOT IS PROVIDED. Tot Lot children will have their own activities & crafts but are not part of the Cub program*** Benefits to Volunteering at Day Camp:
Meet parents from your community.
Have fun with doing activities and crafts with your Scout.
Full training provided. Learn new skills.
Opportunity for your Scout to see you in a positive leadership role.
Be part of a team making a difference.
You can help for half a day or all five days. Here are some ways you can help:
Teach a craft or Scouting skill.
Help with check-in during the mornings.
Help make presentations to Packs to encourage Scouts to attend camp.
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.