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Timberline District Roundtable

Roundtable, an exciting monthly training event. District conducted, to help all leadership at the unit level, plan and carry out a diverse and widely varying program.

Every unit's volunteers should be represented at roundtable each month to stay connected and informed.

Timberline District's Roundtable is held on the first Thursday of each month at the Dartmouth Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS) Building located at 9227 W Dartmouth Place

Roundtable is from 7:00 pm until 8:30 pm and is program-specific for Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts.

Come early and Enjoy the Program Interest Area before the meeting. Experience the monthly Big Rock topic. See you at the next Roundtable.

Be a better leader – leadership training, 6pm at monthly Roundtables. go to Timberline District Training.

As Scout activities turn to the love of being outside, review your varying programs using the Age- and rank-appropriate guidelines.

We Speak Scout!


Cub Scout Roundtable

This is a great place to pick up all sorts of program ideas from current district and council information, including Camporee/Klondike, Scout Show, Summer Camp, Scout Nights at various local events and much more.

Come and share your experiences with other Scout leaders, volunteers and parents by attending Cub Scout Roundtable!

This Roundtable will focus on the current delivery method for Cub Scouting. The "Leader Resources" provides ideas for all adult leaders to plan and conduct den and pack meetings. Cub Scouting Adventures are planned to fit monthly themes, which follow the core values of Scouting. You can access pack meeting plans online here.

Last Roundtable's Activities and Topics

October pack meeting plan: Thrifty - “A Camping We Will Go”

Program Interest: Gather at the campfire — Indoors or outdoors, your campfire shouldn’t be complicated, make it simple.

Activity Topic: Cubs love a campfire  — gathering all ranks together to share silly songs, thoughtful stories, and gooey s’mores.

Supplemental Topic: The Character Compass from the Scout Law’s 12 points is used as a guide to becoming a “Super Cub!”

Plans for the Next Roundtable

November pack meeting plan: Reverent - “Cubs Give Thanks”

Program Interest: A Scout is Reverent — Giving thanks is an expression of inner strength and confidence.

Activity Topic: “Cubs Give Thanks” — A Scout always respect the beliefs of others as we would want them to respect our beliefs.

Supplemental Topic: Parent Engagement — a ‘make it fun’ guide for any event.

Questions about Timberline's Cub Roundtable? Email Cub Scout Commissioner Jon Strauss.


Boy Scout Roundtable

This Roundtable focuses on various Boy Scout topics and themes each month as a program feature. In past months, Boy Scout Roundtable has used Wilderness Survival, Fishing, Science, Athletics and other topics to cover how to best implement things back into your troop. These presentations are given by individuals who are experts in their respected fields and who also understand the Scouting program.

Any Scout leader, volunteer or parent is welcome to attend Roundtable!

Follow the agenda of Boy Scout interest topics each month, for program features.

Roundtable Plans

Last Program interest — “Encouraging Advancement”.

The Program Updates page of Scouting.org will always have the most recent information and training guides.

Program Feature of the Month – Opportunities for Retaining Older Scouts through Service.

Questions about Roundtable? Email the Boy Scout Roundtable Commissioner, John Merkling.