The Warioto District serves Robertson and Sumner Counties in Eastern Sevice Area.
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With the holiday seasons approaching, take advantage of easy programing ideas. Packs across the Council will have Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas parties—think outside the box! Consider Holiday-themed service projects, informational lessons on why the holidays are celebrated, as well as arts and crafts associated with each holiday. Tons of ideas can be found online with a simple Google search, so finding ideas for fun activities is a breeze. Additionally, the holiday season provides us the opportunity to give back to the less fortunate -adopt a child programs, holiday food baskets…etc., are great ways to incorporate a philanthropic component to your Scouting program. Using these ideas, start planning for a great holiday season today.
Time To Train
With the brunt of the Roundup season behind us, it is time for us to start delivering on all the promises we have made to the newly-recruited youth and parents. The first place to start is to make sure that we, as leaders, are up-to-date on our training so that we can properly and effectively provide the programming to the youth. The first step in the training process is to watch the Youth Protection web-training. Completing this in the first few weeks following registration will ensure that you have trained two-deep leadership at all Scouting functions this fall. Secondly, begin to take advantage of the convenience of the trainings offered online. They are convenient and easy to follow. More importantly, they are easy ways to become the best leader you can be. Various training courses will be offered in the District, as well as across the Council. Please feel free to contact the Warioto District Training Chair, Linda Case, at (615) 672-4031 for more details on training in the Warioto District.
|November 9, 2013||BALOO Training|
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