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WHDRoundtable

All the fun that can be had at the White Horse District Roundtable!

If you have a question, comment, or correction for this page, or about the White Horse Roundtable in general, please contact

Steve Leth - Assistant District Commissioner for Roundtables & Cub Scout Roundtable Commissioner at steve@leth.org or
Mike McCormick - Boy Scout Roundtable Commissionet at michaelmccormick26@gmail.com.

Next White Horse District Roundtable

The next meeting scheduled is Tuesday, September 12, 2017 at the Pine Hill Scout Reservation

 

August 8, 2017 Meeting - Membership Rally

Links to the Council & White Horse District fall membership incentives will be posted here shortly. Please check back!

Online Registration - The national information page for Online Registration can be found at www.scouting.org/onlineregistration. A document describing how the Garden State Council is implementing Online Registration can be found here.

Cub Scout Breakout - Here's some tips for a succesful Pack Membership Roundup Night

 

Meetings from 2016-2017

New upload (4/4/17) - April Roundtable notes are uploaded, including notes from our three presenters (changes in Eagle paperwork, Philmont 2018 Treks, and Masons Making Eagle Presentations).  Also includes notes from our discussion on New Parent Packets/Bylaws.

New upload (1/11/17) - January Roundtable notes from Boy Scout Breakout Session from special presentation on "How to Pitch a Story to the Media", plus conversations on how to get your alumni involved.

New upload (1/9/17) - December roundtable notes on Trip Planning and the Boy Led Troop and more!
 

New upload (11/23/16) - November Rountable notes from our discussions this month, including in house leadership training in different troops and exciting trips so far this year.

​Apologies for October notes on Digital Marketing not yet being available, I am having technical difficulties with them.

 
New upload (9/21/16) - September Roundtable notes from our discussions this month!

New upload (5/1/16) - April Roundtable notes from our discussion about recruitment and resources.  Keep those ideas coming!

 
New upload - (3/8/16) - March Roundtable notes from our discussions on canoeing resources, National Jamboree, and 2017 District Camping event.

New upload - (2/9/16) - February Roundtable notes from our presentation on Wilderness First Aid and our other presentation on Venture Crew.  

New upload (1/12/16) - January Roundtable notes from our dicussion about Winter Camping, area ski places, and the Klondike Derby.

New upload (11/20/15) - November Roundtable handout with our notes from the discussion we had about Outdoor Ethics/Leave No Trace, plus further information on the key Leave No Trace people in Council and where Scouts can go for training as a Leave No Trace Trainer for their Troop.  Also our notes on what we'd like to see in a camping resource list.

New upload (11/10/15) - October Roundtable handout with the notes from the discussion we had about upcoming advancement changes!  Included are the PDFs from the BSA on what the changes are, as well as who has to start doing the new requirements when.  I also included links to more in depth write up on the changes for each rank from the scoutmastercg.com website.

New upload (11/10/15) - Information on how to get started on online advancement for your unit!

New upload (9/12/15) - Listing of South Jersey Area Scouting and Community Events for Troops (or Patrol Outing ideas), Crews, Packs, and Dens.  We are *ALWAYS* looking for more stuff to list, so if you know of a great activity, event, festival, or scheduled happening that might be good for a group of Scouts, let us know! 

New upload (9/11/15) - Handout from the White Horse Roundtable - Boy Scout Breakout Session now available to download and print at the bottom of this page!

Meeting theme was STEM, and notes include a dozen groups in the area that offer STEM and Science related programs, a list of some ways local Troops have already used STEM in their program, an idea for a three week patrol-method STEM competition with patrols designing mouse-trap cars, and notes of what was shared and discussed at the new open forum part of the break-out, where Troop leaders can share ideas and ask questions about how Troops and Crews handle different situations.  Some of the topics that came up this month included sharing some great trip ideas, an idea for inter-council archery and rifle shooting team competitions run via the web, and how different troops handle cell phones with their Scouts.

This paper (which will be out monthly) is ideal to hand to your Patrol Leader Council, as it has lists of ideas and resources that they can use in their programs, immediately or in the future.  Helpful for Scoutmasters and other leaders looking to shake things up, or simply for more ideas!  The best part is, everything was generated by the 15 leaders who attended the meeting, nearly all of them Troop leaders just like you.
 
Miss the meeting?  Come out to the next one October 13th!  Bring your ideas, experiences, questions, concerns, discussion topics, and your enthusiasm!  The more folks, the merrier!
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