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Roundtable has a new location. Roundtable is located at Prince of Peace Lutheran Church on Broadway and Country Rd. 81. Gathering will start at 7:00 PM. The program will kick-off with announcements at 7:30 PM and will end around 9:00PM. We look forward to seeing you at our new home on the first Thursday of the month.
Online Re-Charter Training
At our December roundtable, we will host a breakout session for all of unit’s committee chairs or designated re-charter person. We will be covering all the ins and outs on re-chartering. So please have someone present to learn all about the online re-charter process.
The district would like to say Thank You to Joyce Wilson and to the rest of the volunteers who made Eagle Preview a success.
The popcorn sale has started and is popping! Newt his year! On Nov 2, Unit Take Order popcorn and prize orders are due via the online system “Bonus prize order” forms, scholarship, and “unit roster” forms are to be mailed to either of the Council Service Centers. If you have any other questions, you can contact Carol Bach at 763-428-4247 or Johnny Allen at 763-231-7227.
Northern Lights would like to remind our new adults and existing adults that have changed positions. Training is available through the district training staff, call Bea Murphy for any questions that you may have at (763) 533-2610. We also encourage you to take advantage of your monthly Roundtables held on the first Thursday of the month from September through May.
Scouting wants you…and Your Friends
The Boy Scouts of America invites you and your child’s friends to become part of one of America’s leading values driven organizations. The Scout program is a valuable resource that can help families accomplish worthy goals while building and strengthening relationships within the family. Scouting combines fun with educational activities and life-long values. It also assists parents in helping their children strengthen character, develop good citizenship and enhance both mental and physical fitness. In addition, the program provides young people with positive peer groups and tools to shape their future. In Scouting, youth learn ideals like honesty, bravery, and respect. These values help them make constructive decisions throughout their life times and give them the confidence they need to grow and develop. Scouting teaches youth what is right by encouraging them to reflect on lessons learned through Scouting activities. So remember… invite your child to bring along his friends to the next meeting.
Fall Camporee is completed and once again it was memorable. The district would like to say Thank You to Dave Braun and to the rest of all the great volunteers who made Fall Camporee a success. All of the boys had a great time and we received many thanks for our services.
What a great weekend. I hope everyone had a great experience. It was worth it. Northern Lights would like to thank Bill Fredrick for his commitment as district chair, and all of the volunteers who made this event run effectively. Thank you and be ready for Webelos Experience 2009!
The District encourage units of Northern Lights to shares pictures of activities or great articles and send them to your District Executive, Johnny Allen Jr at firstname.lastname@example.org. Or, you can mail them at 5300 Glenwood Avenue, Minneapolis, MN 55422;att: the Northern Lights District Executive We want to share your projects with the rest of Northern Lights.
Things to keep in mind!
As we begin to think about turn over our calendars to the year 2008 don’t forget to get these great Scouting activities on your calendar. There will be Cub Scout Leader Specific Training held on January15, 2008. Also, don’t forget about our two great outdoor events the Ice Fishing Derby on January 19, 2008 and our Klondike Derby/Iceman on January