Come to All Leaders
and get all of your FUN for the month!
Etowah Creek District
Indian Waters Council
Columbia, South Carolina
Thursday February 11, 2010, 7:00 PM Ashland
The All New
All-Scout Leader Roundtable
A Multi Media Event!
Centennial Kickoff and Happy Birthday BSA!
Back to our
Future: Old Tyme Scout Skills for your den and pack
First 10 folks
coming are guaranteed a great prize!
Be There and
Be In The Know!
Leaders, Parents, Senior Youth in Boy Scouts
and Venturing, Venturing advisors, and interested adults
(including old Scouters and aged out Scouts) are encouraged to come to
Roundtable! Share an experience, a story, a skit, a song, a craft, a
gadget, or outing information. Each month we have a terrific Roundtable
full of games, ideas for gadgets and crafts for all ages, new places to go
and take your boys and your family, plus troubleshooting problems, staying
up to date, and sharing the enthusiasm of others who are in our Scouting
youth from Troops and Crews are encouraged to come!
(After all, isn't it the youth that are supposed to be
Every month participants will
- Games for all levels
- Projects for meetings
- Gadgets for camping trips
- Local outing reviews and where to camp for all
- Outdoor cooking recipes to share
- Doorprizes and Freebies!
- Great How-Tos and Tips
- Fellowship with others who understand why you do this
- Opportunity to Earn Awards and Leader Knots
- District and Council News and Updates
- Up Etowah Creek Roundtable Resources
See what is going to be available
Next Roundtable: February 11,
you have an idea to share?
Would you like to see what others
will be sharing?
Share your skills! You can help!
Contact Roundtable Commissioner
Psst! Hey, did you know that if
you come to Roundtable that you can Get Free Stuff?! Last year we
gave away hats, uniform parts, appliances (including a new Flatbed Scanner
and a New Fajita Grill), patches, calendars, posters, craft items, leather
scraps, Vintage Scouting Books from the 1920's, Philmont stuff, CDs,
DVDs, Maps, Tourbooks, Field-guides, Tyvek groundcloths, enough handouts
to make a notebook 6 inches thick (with Games, Recipes, Activities,
Equipment, Checklists, Packing lists, How to make Fake Blood and Skin,
Moulage, resources, crafts, activities, places to camp, Emergency
FirstAid, Bullying, Technical help for the Cyber-Challenged and much more)
We have also given away Outdoor Cooking
Utensils, Camping supplies, Hats, T-shirts, Philmont Posters, Northern
Tier Posters, Seabase Posters, vintage patches, books, Maps, handouts,
ceremonial openings, slideshows, Scoutmaster Minutes, plus A FREE Resource
E-packet for everyone that attends, and MORE. Plus free Pizza, fried
Snickers bars, fresh donuts ... well. you just have to come and find out!
Shouldn't you and your friends be going to
Roundtable is held the 2nd Thursday of every month
at 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM Come Early!
with prizes, Preview Tables and Displays at 6:30
pmAshland United Methodist
Church2600 Ashland Rd., Columbia,
between St. Andrews Road and Bush River Road.
The Round Table is a monthly
gathering of volunteers in Scouting.
It is intended to get you ready
for upcoming activities in your pack, troop, crew, patrol, or den.
Please come and get all of the updated Program Information and meet
our Roundtable Commissioner!!
There will be lots of fun, and many
Bring a friend!
Come early, as there will be
demonstrations, games, and exhibits set up at around 6:30.
Free Handouts with program ideas will be provided,
plus Freebies and an E-Packet can be emailed to every participant.
forget to pick up the latest news and updates in the
Up Etowah Creek Newsletter (Past issues online
The ALL Scouts/Leader
Roundtable is held at the same time for all levels and is aimed at
bringing you, the leader, parent, or assistant, the best and most
up-to-date information and resources that we can supply.
The most important part of Roundtable, however, are the people.
Meeting other participants and
networking with them is possibly the most valuable aspect to attending
Who Should Come?
All registered adult members of
BSA at all levels (Cub, Scouts, Venturing, Explorers)
All parents that are interested
in supporting their units
All Senior Scouts, Scouts in
Leadership Positions, and Venturers
Why Should You Come?
Get your Questions answered
Find out about Programs and
events for all levels of Scouting: Packs, Troops, and Crews
Get District and Council
Meet our Etowah Creek
District Executive, Tom McGrath, the Etowah Creek District Committee, and Commissioners
Meet the Training Committee and
get the latest Training information and calendar
Pick up your FREE "Up Etowah
Creek Newsletter" with local updates, Scouting topics, local information
for a superior and FUN outdoor and indoor program, training updates,
fun, and historical notes on Scouting's 100 Year Anniversary.
Get a taste of the New Scouting
Roundtables and Scout Gathers: learn how to bring that Extra Crispy
Flavor to your Scouting program
Get some delicious and FREE
Dutch Oven recipes, Backpacking recipes, and more
Get some new Skits, songs,
games, and program ideas for your Den, Troop, Crew, and Pack Meetings.
Get to know your Scouting
Neighbors and make new friends, get new contacts, and share your
After Roundtable an electronic
copy of all of the resources, handouts, slideshows, clipart, links, etc.
will be made available to you - but only if you
At Roundtable You Can
Learn how to plan your program
Get resources for songs, games,
skits, speakers, and field trips.
Connect with trained leaders who
can help you over the rough spots all year long
Have fun learning to have fun
with your son and the other boys in your den, troop, crew or pack.
Learn how to teach character
development and values
Learn how to make sure that all
of the youth (and adults) in your unit are safe and happy
Get hints and methods for den
and patrol discipline so that you all have fun
Learn how to help the boys (and
adults) advance in Ranks and Achievements.
Get the latest information on
BSA changes and improvements.
Share your experiences and
advice with other Scouters who understand.
So please come,
let us help, and have fun.
Google Map to Roundtable
Larger Map to Ashland United Methodist Church
How to Get There
1. take I-126 West to
2.Take the St. Andrews
Road West Exit. Cross the freeway, continue through 2 lights. approx. 1.
mile. At the McDonalds, take a left at the light (Ashland Rd.). Ashland
United Methodist Church is on the left, a little less than 1/4 mile down
From Irmo/St. Andrews Rd.
Head down St. Andrews
Rd. towards Columbia. Go past the St. Andrews Cinema and Bo Jangles to
the next light (Ashland Rd). Turn right, go down a little less than 1/4
mile on the left.
Charlotte or Florence:
Take I-20 West to the
second I-26/I-126 exit. Go West towards Spartanburg/Greenville. Follow
Step 2 above.
Charleston (I-26 West):
Stay on I-26 towards
Spartanburg/Greenville. (I-26 and I-126 are the same in this area,
fondly known locally as Malfunction Junction). Go past the intersection
of I-20. Continue West and follow Step 2 above.
take I-126 towards
Columbia. Take the St. Andrews Rd Exit. At the light take a right past
the BP Station. Continue as in Step 2 above, through 1 more light, left
at McDonalds, etc.
Please Join Us!!
Are you from another district in
Indian Waters Council?
Are you from another Council?
Will you be
in the Columbia, SC area on the 2nd Thursday of the month?
Roundtable is not limited to Etowah Creek District Units, so come and join
Would you like
to help with Roundtable?Please
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