November 2001 Cub Scout
Volume 8, Issue 4|
Works of Art
Webelos Craftsman & Scientist
Tiger Cub Big Idea 5
Around The United States.
Area Council (Waukesha, WI) and Milwaukee
County Council (Milwaukee, WI) will be holding a joint Pow Wow this year.
November 10, 2001
Theme:”Fishing For Ideas"
Pulaski High School, Milwaukee, WI
Registration 7:30 a.m. Closing 4:00 p.m.
Fee $10.00 until 10/20/01; $15.00 from 10/21/01 - 11/2/01; $20.00
Book is separate:$10.00 Mail orders are okay but postage is not included in this
Contact Person: Diane Vey, email@example.com, (262) 677-4121 ext 144 work
The Greater St. Louis Area Council Pow
Wow will be held on Nov. 3, 2001. It
will be held at Hazelwood East High School.
If you need any more information contact the Director of Training Fred
Brown at: 314-361-0600
Suburban Council, Chicago area) pow wow is on Sat. Nov. 3 at Christian
Liberty Academy in Arlington Heights, IL, Our
theme is 2001: A Cub Scouting Odyssey
Heartland University of Scouting, Theme: 2001, A Scout Odyssey, Saturday,
November 3 8:00am - 4:30pm, Girls & Boys Town, Omaha, Nebraska
Chair: Sally Mann, firstname.lastname@example.org
Dan Beard Council Pow Wow , Cincinnati, Ohio,
November 3, 2001 , at University of Cincinnati
For further information: email@example.com
Jackie Murphy 812-637-2250
Great Smoky Mountain as tentatively scheduled our University of
Scouting for Saturday, March 23rd, 2002. We
will have a website set up that will show what classes are being offer.
That website can be accessed from our Cub
Scout Training website.
(Cub class information is, posted on the Cub Training site, once the
classes have been determined.
Great Smoky Mountain,
University of Scouting, March 23,
2002 (tentative), Knoxville,
Tennessee (Eastern Tennessee), Great Smoky Council Cub Scout Training website:
I'll let you know when we have a confirmed date.
Any questions, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Simon Kenton Council #441
(Columbus, Ohio) will be having its next annual Scouter's Pow Wow on Saturday,
January 26, 2002, at Westerville North High School in Westerville, Ohio (a
suburb of Columbus). The theme is "Carry the Torch for
Middle Tennessee Council, Nashville, TN, Saturday, January 26, 2002,
8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m., Raymond Gregory, Chairman RGregory6@aol.com,
Dee Dee Cobb, Cub Scout Training Coordinator email@example.com,
The location has not been set yet. I will try to send you an update
when we have the location.
CHANGE IN DATE -- Occoneechee Council Pow Wow
Occoneechee Council Pow Wow, Saturday, March 23, 2002, Raleigh, NC, Dusty
Fletcher, Pow Wow Chief , e-mail: OC2002Powwow@worldnet.att.net
Council will again host its nationally renown POW WOW on November 3, 2001 at
Jenks High School.(down the road from Tulsa, Oklahoma.)
(This is the POW WOW books that have been on the web for over 10 years.)
New, improved and up to date. To
register contact Indian Nations Council (918) 743-6125.
Council November 10, 2001 - University of Scouting (504 889-0388), P.O. Box
1146 4200 S. I-10 Service Road, Metairie, LA 70001 Zip 70004
California Inland Empire Council's "MegaVersity" is PowWow
for all programs including Cub Scout, Boy Scout, Varsity, Venture and
district/council Scouting. It will take place Saturday, October 20th. The
location is TBD, but will likely be in Moreno Valley, near the 91, 60, 10 and
215 freeways. The web page is
available at: http://www.geocities.com/megversity/
Orange County Council puts on their Leadership Training Conference
on November 3rd this year. This is also a multi-program event with lots of
classes, exhibits, displays and activities.
I believe that the LTC will again be at Century High School in the
Orange/Santa Ana area, near the 5, 22, 91 and 55 freeways.
For details, contact Chuck Hand, their event coordinator, at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Council will host their annual Pow
Wow on November 3, 2001. Last years Pow Wow had outstanding
Grand Canyon Council
Pow Wow, Phoenix, AZ, Jan 12, 2002. Registration
information will be available at District Roundtables in November and December
well as from the Council Service Center.
National Capital Area Council Pow Wow 2001:
A Cub Scout Odyssey Saturday, October 27 Stone Ridge School 9101 Rockville Pike,
Bethesda, Maryland Registration begins at 7:30 a.m. diagonally across Rockville
Pike from the Council Service Center – enter on Cedar Lane
Go to http://www.stoneridge.org/general/maptoSR.html
for detailed map/directions
Come and join 1,000 fellow Cub Scout Leaders to learn new ideas for crafts,
advancement activities, games, songs, program administration and much, much
more!! All classes are taught by
experienced Cub Scouters with an average of 5 years as leaders and/or trainers
in the Cub Scouting program. Pow Wow is open to all Cub Scout Leaders – Tiger,
Wolf, Bear and Webelos Den Leaders; Pack Committee Members and Chairmen; Pack
Trainers (new position); Assistant Leaders at all levels; Chartered Organization
Representatives; Unit Commissioners and interested parents – and all adults
associated with your Pack are encouraged to show up!!
All participants will attend six classes, receive lunch and a copy of this
year’s Pow Wow book filled with ideas for the coming year.
Best of all, they’ll have the opportunity to network with other leaders
from around the Council and the Northeast Region!
Questions can be directed to George Costigan at email@example.com.
Councils University of Scouting, conducted by the Hudson Valley and Rip Van
Winkle Councils. March 2, 2002 at Our Lady of Lourdes High School in
Poughkeepsie, NY. Contact Keith Tilley, firstname.lastname@example.org
for more information.
Participants from other Councils are always welcome.
When the time get closer, you can get more information on our Council's
Web Site http://www.boyscouts-ncac.org/
Yours in Scouting,
Ken Todd, Training Chairman
Aquia Dist, NCAC
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