What is Roundtable?

Scout Roundtable is supplemental training for Scout volunteers. The objective of Roundtable is to provide these leaders with program ideas; update information on policy, events, and training opportunities; and offer an opportunity to share experiences and enjoy fun and fellowship with other Scouting leaders. When skillfully executed, Roundtable will inspire, motivate, and enable unit leaders to provide a stronger program for their Scouts.

2017 Schedule

Roundtable is held on the second Thursday of each month at the Community United Methodist Church, 1875 Fairfield Ave., Fairfield.

Time:  7:00 to 8:30 pm
Doors open at 6:30 pm. General session starts at 7:00 pm, Breakouts at 7:30 pm.

Dates and Topics (Revised 12/28/2016, subject to change):

  • January 12
    • Boy Scout Breakout: Building a Culture of Involvement
    • National Jamboree 2017 Presentation for Scouts and Parents
    • Cub Scout Breakout: Day Camp Preview and Promotion
  • February9
    • Boy Scout Breakout: Camporee Games (sneak preview)
    • Cub Scout Breakout: STEM Activities/Recommendations
  • March 9
    • General Session: Fireside Chat with Council Leadership
    • Boy Scout Breakout: Historic Trails and Hiking in Northern California
    • Cub Scout Breakout: Aqua Clubs
  • April 13
    • Boy Scout Breakout: Outdoor Cooking (Backpacking and the Dutch Oven Challenge
    • Cub Scout Breakout: Cub Scout Hiking
  • May 11
    • Boy Scout Breakout: Role of Advancement in the Boy Scout Program
    • Cub Scout Breakout: Cub Scout Camping/Campfire Etiquette
  • June 8
    • NO Breakout: District Recognition Night
  • July 13
  • August 10
    • Boy Scout Breakout: Historic Trails and Hiking in NOrthern California
  • September 14
    • Boy Scout Breakout:¬†Leave No Trace (LNT) Training (training provided by a qualified LNT Trainer)
  • October 12
    • Boy Scout Breakout: Troop Program Resources (Games and Online Tools)
  • November 9
    • Boy Scout Breakout: Life to Eagle
  • December 14
    • Boy Scout Breakout: Engaging Parents (a.k.a. building a culture of involvement)