> Subject: Cub Roundtable - survey HELP PLEASE !
> TELL ME ABOUT YOURSELF: Ken Todd
> Name (optional) Ken Todd
> District & Council Aquia District, National Capital Area Council
> Position in Scouting Council Cub Scout Training Chair, District
Training Chair, Troop Committee Member, Pack Charter Organization
> Years in Scouting 23 (3 Cub, 7 Boy Scout, 13 Leader)
> Anything else you'd like to share with me
> ATTENDANCE AT ROUNDTABLES:
> Have you ever attended a Cub Roundtable? Former Cub Scout
> What was your motivation for attending? Dist & Council Activity
information, program ideas, fun.
> Did you attend more than once? YES!
> What did you enjoy most about the Roundtable? Interaction with other
> What did you least enjoy? Announcements
> How many people from your Pack attended each month? 4 or 5, in
addition to me.
> HOW WAS THE ROUNDTABLE RUN?
> How often are your Roundtables held? Monthly, except July
> How long does each one last? 1 hour
> Are the Cubs and Boy Scouts together during all or part of the
> meeting? Cub, Boy scout, & Venturing leaders spend the 1st 15
minutes together for awards & information that effects all of them.
> Are children allowed at the meetings? There are no facilities fo
> Is there fellowship / food time before or after the meeting? No, but
people do tend to hang around a little and talk.
> Are trinkets/beads/etc given out for attendance or participation?
For Cubs only we hand out a bead each month. As the Training Chair, I
hand out Train Beads to leaders who recently attended a training
session, and came to the next Roundtable.
> FOR RT STAFFERS:
> Were you ever on a Cub Roundtable staff? YES!
> If yes, in what position? Pack Leader Breakout leader, then
> What types of duties did you perform in that position?
> What was most rewarding for you? RTC I was like the Cubmaster for
> What did you find most frustrating? District Committee member
announcements eating into my program time.
> Are you currently in that position? No
> If not, why not? The District Chairman asked me to move into
training as I was already involved, and was failiar with all the new
material that was coming out that year.
> If you could develop the "perfect Roundtable", what would it look
> like, how would it function? Liek the perfect Pack Meeting
> What would you eliminate from Roundtables you've attended?
> Thanks much for your help!
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