Dates: October 16-18, 2020
Location: Woodruff Scout Reservation
Who: Scouts BSA, Webelos & AOL Scouts – $10.00 each
Flyer Download: 2020 Camporall Flyer
Registration: Click Here!
**Please register as a UNIT, not as individuals.**
This event is designed for Scout Units to invite Arrow of Light Scouts & Webelos to a weekend of Scouts BSA camping at Woodruff Scout Camp, hopefully! As with everything else this year, the need to be flexible is key. The program this year is designed to be able to be provided “rain or shine”. Each youth Scouts BSA, Webelos/AOL Scout will receive an activity kit with the registration fee. These kits and activities are planned so that each unit with their Cub Scout guests can move from area to area as a group or conduct all activities in their campsites.
A sampling of the adventures that await the scouts with the activity kits are:
- Knot tying
- Fire building
- First Aid
- Signs, Signals, & Codes (Morse & Semaphore)
The cost is $10 per Scout (Scouts BSA, Webelos, Arrow of Light) , and TONS of fun! This is the cost of the kit and if we have to cancel the in person event there will be no refund. Each unit will still receive their kits with instructions on how to run each activity. There will also be no event patch this year. If you would like a t-shirt / hoodie you can order them directly from SquadLocker: https://teamlocker.squadlocker.com/#/lockers/scouting-continues?_k=rib0km
*Prices are set by Squadlocker, Foothills District has not marked them up in any way and does not receive any portion of the purchase price. Delivery takes up to two weeks.
Troops need to invite Webelos & Arrow of Light scouts to be their guests for the weekend. If you need help finding a pack or troop please contact Rudi Shumpert.
Allatoona Aquatics Base will open for day programs June 26th, if we can get the property ready. To that end the Aquatics Base team is having a workday this Saturday, June 13. Adult and/or Scouts BSA-age volunteers are needed to clean out the swim cove and other shoreline areas of driftwood, clean winter leaves and deadfall from pavilions and other key areas throughout the camp.
Volunteers will be divided into small isolated groups and take appropriate precautions. Work groups can start as early as 8:00 AM or as volunteers arrive throughout the morning. Volunteers should bring:
- Water bottle
- Sack lunch
- Work Gloves
- Mask (recommended)
For more information please contact Dalton Smith (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Mike Gulledge email@example.com.
IMPORTANT: Please sign up if you plan on attending!
**IF YOU DO NOT SIGN UP, DO NOT SHOW UP! THIS ACTIVITY HAS LIMITED CAPACITY**
Well, Hello Foothills Scouters:
Seems we are unable to have our annual picnic event but your Roundtable commissioners are doing our very best to plan something special even if it is only virtual.
SO, I invite you ALL to join the Foothills District Roundtable, via Zoom this Thursday, June 4…….the agenda with log in information is attached.
You are missed when you do not participate. Scouting has continued even with recent challenges.
Please join me as we gather…..”To Learn and To Share.”
June Roundtable Agenda
Yours in Scouting,
Wayne Marcinko, Foothills Roundtable Commissioner
Please join me this Thursday evening for the April Foothills District Committee Meeting. Our agenda is below. We’ve got lots to talk about in this new world of scouting during a pandemic. This month we’re using Zoom, which is the web conferencing service the Council uses. We’ll open the meeting at 7PM for fellowship and system technology testing, and start the formal meeting at 7:30PM. Our District Executive, Leo Manzo, will be “hosting” our Zoom meeting – Thanks, Leo.
Zoom Meeting Details were sent out April 7th via email. If you did not received them, please reach out to Hilary Thornton and include you’re name & position.
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Foothills District Roundtable Meeting will be help virtually on April 2nd beginning at 7pm. Please use the info below to join using Zoom. Please also see the post below and share any ideas for service projects you have with the dsitrict!
Topic: Foothills Roundtable
Time: Apr 2, 2020 07:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 161 430 883
Or Call in with One tap on mobile
In this time of need, it is more important than ever for all scouts to be as helpful as they can be. To that end, we want to hear what service projects your currently working on and any ideas you had for new ones that you can share with the rest of the scouters in Foothills District! To submit a project idea, simply click the link below. To submit an idea:
- You will have to sign with a Google/Gmail account. (Free to create if you don’t have one)
- Your email address will only be visible if you choose to allow others to contact you
- Be prepared, you will be required to upload a word document or pdf with additional information about your project regarding how it works, who it benefits, and how to participate.
(There may be a 3-5 min. delay in your idea showing up. Please be patient and don’t submit duplicates)
Just a quick recap, Webelos Woods went great this past weekend! Every pack mentioned having a great time which is our goal. Thank you to all the volunteers from Troop 312, Troop 433, Troop 2019, and Troop 2319 for helping plan and staff this wonderful camping opportunity for the scouts!
(click the image below to see the full album of photos from the weekend)