Cranberry Harbors District April Roundtable
Here are the slides and other material from our April Roundtable – please note – due to time constraints, announcements at the session were abbreviated, please review the slides to keep your unit informed. The post includes the Scouting at a Discount presentation at the Scouts BSA breakout and an initial listing of pack event ideas from the Cub breakout as well as the campfire safety minute, BSA National’s spring recruiting slides, the new Resolute Base Camp plan, and the Scouts BSA Resolute Day program plan slides. Thanks for all you do for our youth.
Cranberry Harbors District March Roundtable
Here is the slide presentation from our March Roundtable (3/3). Also posted is the Safety Minute on depression, the March Training News, District Leadership Summit (3/24) invitation, award nomination information (due 3/15), and info on the Philmont 2022 information session, the virtual Freeze Out and information on the 2021 Friends of Scouting campaign. Thanks for all you do for our youth and for Scouting.
Cranberry Harbors District February Roundtable
Here are the slides from our February Roundtable, along with the Annual Health & Medical Form safety minutes and forms for 2020 – 2021 District Award Nomination and District Award of Merit Nomination. Thanks for all you do for Scouting and for our Youth.
Cranberry Harbors District January Roundtable
Here are the slides from our January 6 Roundtable, along with the hypothermia safety minute and also separate copies of the March Merit Badge University and Eagle Project of the Year Award and Scholarship flyers.
Cranberry Harbors District December Roundtable
Here are the slides and other material from our December Roundtable. Note that slides have been updated to reflect the new Annual Charter Agreement form requirement, and also to reflect some items in the zoom session chat.
Cranberry Harbors District November Roundtable
Slides from our November Roundtable and the YPT flyer from the Training Committee are posted below. Thanks to Steve Hurley for his excellent presentation on the BSA’s conservation awards and recognition program.