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Baloo's Bugle


October Cub Scout Roundtable Issue

Volume 10, Issue 3
November Theme

Pilgrims at Plymouth Rock
Webelos Craftsman & Scientist
  Tiger Cub Achivement #3



If you want your Pow Wow listed –

E-mail commissionerdave@comcast.net and attach a sign up sheet or flyer.  Thanks


Northeast Region


Hudson Valley Council

So Happy Together

November 15, 2003

Cornwall Junior High School, Cornwall, NY

Hudson Valley Council, also, runs a University of Scouting.  The date is March 6, 2004. More details as I get them!!

There are no walk-ins allowed for this Pow Wow!!  Call the Pow Wow Information Center, 914-388-4863, or visit the website, www.hvus.org for information on either event.


Southern NJ Council

Adventures in Neverland

January 24, 2004

Lakeview School, Millville, NJ

Call Southern NJ Council, 856-327-1700, extension 32, or visit the website, www.snjscouting.org for more information


Connecticut Rivers Council

Akela’s Island

November 22, 2003

Bristol Eastern High School, Bristol, CT

Call Connecticut Rivers Council, 800-414-2433, or visit the website, http://www.ctrivers.org/training.asp , for  more information


Annawon, Cape Cod and Islands, Old Colony and Narragansett Councils

Regional Pow Wow and Den Chief Training

Harry Scouter and the Sorcerer's Pack

November 15, 2003

Henry Lord Middle School, Fall River, Mass

Call Pow Wow Info (401) 732-8529, or visit the website,  http://www.narragansettbsa.org/LDCSITE/PowWow.htm  for more information


National Capital Area Council

Cub-opoly, A Game with a Purpose

October 25, 2003 & November 1, 2003

Five Different Locations

They have split their Pow Wow this year into 5 locations to move it closer to the leaders.  Any leader can attend any site.  The service areas and dates are:

October 25 -  DC/PG/SoMd  and VA Central -    Oct.25

November 1 - Fred./Mont.Co., VA South, VA West

Call NCAC at (301)530-9360, or visit the website, www.boyscouts-ncac.org/training/cubscouts/powwow.html for more information


Central Region


Indianhead Council

St Paul, MN

University of Scouting

October 25, 2003

Location - To be determined

Call Indianhead Council, 651-224-1891 or visit their website, www.indianhead.org/uos  for more information.


Mid America

Heartland University of Scouting

Exploring New Frontiers

November 8, 2003

Boys Town, Omaha, NE

Call Mid America Council, 402-431-9272, or visit their website, www.mac-bsa.org, or e-mail wayne-edie@cox.net for more information.


Potawatomi Area Council


The Values of Scouting are Timeless

November 15, 2003

Waukesha South High School, Waukesha, WI

Call Potawatomi Council, 262-544-4881, or visit  http://www.pacbsa.org, then click on forms, then information and/ or  registration


Mid Iowa Council

Showcase of Scouting

November 1, 2003

Valley Southwoods Freshman High School,

West Des Moines, Iowa

Call Mid-Iowa Council , 515-266-2135, or visit  http://www.bsa-ia.org/


Viking Council

University of Cub Scouting

October 25, 2003

Maple Grove Jr. High, Maple Grove, MN

Contact Viking Council, 763-545-4550, or visit the website at http://www.vikingbsa.org/.


Northwest Suburban Council

Super Scouter Saturday

November 8, 2003

Somewhere Northwest of Chicago, IL

Contact Northwest Suburban Council, 847-824-6880, or visit the website at http://www.nwsc.org/.





Southern Region


Last Frontier Council

The Spirits of Scouting

Pow Wow Plus

November 1, 2003

U. S. Grant High School, Oklahoma City, OK

Call Last Frontier Council, 888-841-1114, or visit website, www.powwowplus.net or www.lastfrontiercouncil.org for more information.

Sam Houston Area Council

Scouting in Paradise

November 1, 2003

Douglas MacArthur High School, Houston, TX

Call Sam Houston Area Council, 713-659-8111, or visit the website at http://www.shac.org/Home/Training/Powwow/


Circle Ten Council

Scouting Through the Ages

October 25, 2003

Creekview High School, Carrolton, TX

Call Circle Ten Council, 408-280-5088, or visit their website, www.circle10.org, for more information.


Suwannee River Area Council

It’s Nacho Ordinary Pow Wow

January 24, 2004

Somewhere in Tallahassee, FL

Contact Suwannee River Area Council, 850-576-4146, or visit the website at http://www.suwanneeriver.net/


Sam Houston Area Council

Scouting in Paradise

November 1, 2003

Douglas MacArthur High School

Contact Sam Houston Area Council, (713) 659-8111, or visit the website at http://www.samhoustonbsa.org/Home/Training/Powwow/


Gulfstream Council

Pow Wow/ ACES

November 15, 2003

Somewhere in their council

Contact Gulfstream Council, 561-694-8585, or visit the website at  http://www.gulfstreamcouncil.org/




Western Region


Grand Teton Council –

Voyage of Discovery

November 1, 2003

Snake River High School, Blackfoot, ID

Call Grand Teton Council, 208-522-5155, or visit their website www.grandtetoncouncil.org for more information


Santa Clara County Council –

Scouting Safari

January 24, 2004

Somewhere in Santa Clara County, California

Call Santa Clara County Council, 408-280-5088,

Or visit their website http://www.sccc-scouting.org/ for more information


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