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 firstname.lastname@example.org or
Pat Shannon - Boy Scout Roundtable Commissioner at email@example.com.
Next White Horse District Roundtable
The next scheduled meeting is Tuesday, March 12, 2019 in the Library at the Glen Landing Middle School
Watch this space and Garden State Council's Knapsack for more information about this meeting!
See you at Roundtable!
Meetings from 2018-2019
February 12, 2019 - Meeting Notes and Links
Many thanks to Ken Adams from Troop 4019 and the Mahalala District Committee for sharing his Scoutbook expertise at our February Roundtable Meeting. You can find the Scoutbook FAQ page we handed out here. Ken also mentioned the Scoutbook User Advisory Council's Resource Page at http://bit.ly/scoutbook. And of course, you can get started with Scoutbook at their main page: https://www.scoutbook.com
October 9, 2018 - Meeting Notes and Links
All of the information about Online Registration can be found at https://www.scouting.org/onlineregistration. The Online Registration Unit Guidebook was updated in July. Make sure you have the latest version! There aren't any actual manuals for the rest of the My.Scouting Tools, but each page has a help button relevent to that page.
We talked about the SCOUTStrong Healthy Unit Initiative in the Cub breakout, but it applies to Troops as well. General information about the program can be found at https://www.scouting.org/scoutstronghealthyunit. To work on the SCOUTStrong Healthy Unit Award, go to https://www.scouting.org/resources/bsa-fit/healthy-unit/ for age-specific award trackers, printable unit certficates and links to the SCOUTStrong patches. We also stock the patches in the Rowan & Riggins Trading Posts.
August 14, 2018 - Meeting Notes
Links to resources mentioned at the meeting... -
Newly revised information page about Family Scouting for both Packs & Troops - https://www.scouting.org/familyscouting/
The ScoutingWire Volunteers page is a collection of new stories from around the BSA. From this page, you can also link to Marketing & Membership for resources on how to grow your unit and the BSA Brand Center where you can get BSA logos, insignia and graphics for the new Scout Me In campaign - https://scoutingwire.org/volunteers/
This is the new BSA Today video series where the BSA shares inormation and updates on timely Scouting topics - https://scoutingwire.org/new-bsa-today-video-series-debuts-to-share-info-and-updates-on-timely-scouting-topics/
And, this link leads to the BSA's two audio podcasts, ScoutsCast & CubCast. YOu can listen right on the page - https://podcast.scouting.org
Meetings from 2017-2018
May 8, 2018 - Meeting Notes
Cub Scout Pack Meeting Notes:
Pack Meeting Plans for June, 2018 - Obedient - Wheeling into Summer
Bicycle Safety Activity Kit from National Highway Transportation Safety Agency (NHTSA)
Cub Scout Bike Rodeo article from Scouting Magazine
An Organizer’s Guide to Bicycle Rodeos from Cornell University
Boy Scout Troop Meeting Notes:
Fred Stine would like you to know about a volunteer opportunity coming up on May 12th: Von Nieda Park Beautification Day in Cramer Hill, NJ. Follow the link or contact Fred at firstname.lastname@example.org.
April 10, 2018 - Cub Scout Meeting Notes
Pack Meeting Plans for May, 2018 - Friendly - Treasure Hunters
Roundtable handout for Webelos to Scout Transition
March 13, 2018 - Cub Scout Meeting Notes
Frank Garriel from Pack 184 in Erial shared his pack's formula for success in membership growth. Links to his slide deck & Membership Workbook are here:
Pack Meeting Plans for April, 2018 - Loyal - Cubs in the Future
February 13, 2018 - Meeting Notes
Take a look at the awesome volunteer and learning opportunities from the Delaware Riverkeeper Network, an organization devoted to keeping the Delaware River and it's tributaries "free-flowing, clean and healthy."
And check out this article in SJ Magazine, about the White Horse District's own Mike McCormick, a leader in Pack and Troop 48. Mike runs a blog at SouthJerseyTrails.org about hiking in South Jersey. Check it out!
Cub Scout Meeting Notes:
Pack Meeting Plans for March, 2018 - Trustworthy – Cub Scout Investigators
Roundtable handout for Den and Pack Behavior and Discipline
January 9, 2017 - Cub Scout Meeting Notes
New Member Coordinator Resources on Scouting Wire
Pack Meeting Plans for February, 2018 - Cheerful - Abracadabra!
December 12, 2017 - Cub Scout Meeting Notes
Resources from the Roundtable Planning Guide:
- Selecting Cub Scout Leadership, www.scouting.org/filestore/pdf/13-500.pdf
- Family Talent Survey Sheet, www.scouting.org/filestore/CubScoutMeetingGuide/PDF/Appendix/34362.pdf
- So You’re a New Tiger Cub Den Leader, www.scouting.org/filestore/pdf/510-233.pdf
- So You’re a New Cub Scout Den Leader, www.scouting.org/filestore/pdf/510-239.pdf
- So You’re a New Webelos Den Leader, www.scouting.org/filestore/pdf/510-247.pdf
- So You’re a New Cubmaster, www.scouting.org/filestore/pdf/510-237.pdf
- So You’re a New Pack Committee Member, www.scouting.org/filestore/pdf/510-240.pdf
- So You’re a New Den Leader (English/Spanish), www.scouting.org/filestore/pdf/510-239.pdf
August 8, 2017 Meeting - Membership Rally
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!
Apologies for October notes on Digital Marketing not yet being available, I am having technical difficulties with them.
New upload (5/1/16) - April Roundtable notes from our discussion about recruitment and resources. Keep those ideas coming!
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!
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.