September 9, 2012
|9/11||Tuesday||Boy Scout Roundtable|
|9/11||Tuesday||Arapaho Chapter Meeting|
|9/15||Saturday||Venturing Leader Specific Training|
|9/18||Tuesday||High Adventure-Venturing Forum|
|9/29||Saturday||Day of Training|
|10/2||Tuesday||District Committee Meeting|
The actual schedule is changing and individual dates for schools will be communicated as they become available. This is a critical event for maintaining and building a healthy unit. There are new parents out there who can help you with your program. There are boys who need to find a unit to join. Resource materials may be found on the School Night Page.
Venturing adult and youth training. A joint activity between Northern Trail and Blackland Prairie. More information on VLST. The Introduction to Leadership Skills for Crews, ILSC will not be offered on 9/15 as originally announced. It will be offered in the future. Watch the website for an announcement.
Mark your calendar, a great fun day for cub scouts and their families. On-line registration now available! More information
Don't make your job as a parent or leader harder than it needs to be! Get trained and you will know how to run a successful program and how to keep your son involved. Register Today
Leadership training for Boy Scouts. November 10 - 11, 2012 More information
Boy Scout Adult Leader Specific Classroom Training begins October 4th. 7:00-9:30PM at FUMC of Richardson. More information.
Boy Scout Adult Outdoor Leader Training has been scheduled for the Friday-Sunday October 26-28,2012. More information.
For more information, contact our training chairman, Bill Wilson at email@example.com..
Wilderness Advanced First Aid Announced 2/8-10/2013 & 2/15-17/2013. Serious 40 hour course. More Information
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Be sure and check the website for more information about events and activities. If you notice an error or want something included on the website and newsletter, send an email to the webmaster.
Clear concise information is much easier to manage. Keep the announcement short and to the point. Who, What, When, Where and How is a good place to start!
Yours in Scouting,
Northern Trail Webmaster