Roundtables -- Monthly Meetings for Leader and Committee Support
Scouters' Roundtables are the monthly meetings where adult Scouters (leaders, committee members, commissioners) can gather to learn about upcoming programs, exchange ideas, and network for additional support.
Each roundtable includes a theme based on one of the twelve points of the Scout Law. Following a general session involving all attending with announcements of general interest, we break into program-specific breakouts (Cub Scouting, Boy Scouting/Venturing, etc.). On a quarterly basis (Feb., May, Aug., Nov.), we also feature a special breakout for unit committee specific issues.
Roundtables are fun too -- we give participants a chance to practice a Scout game, learn a Scout song, or compete using a newly learned Scout skill. So come prepared to not only get informed, but have fun that you can take back to your youth and families.
Our commissioners hold roundtables all 12 months of the year, on the first Thursday of each month, at the Alameda Ward LDS Church. 1201 Grand Street (corner of Grand and Encinal Avenue). The church parking lot and meeting rooms entrance is on the Encinal Avenue side of the church. We start promptly at 7:00 p.m., and usually end right at 8:00 p.m. See you there!