What is A Roundtable
Don't let the name roundtable fool you. It isn't necessarily round, and you don't need a table. It's a training know-how show. It's the single most important function of the district. It's the Cub Scout program in action. It's your most effective medium for getting the program to the unit. It's an information source for leaders. It's a meeting where leaders can discuss and share what works in their dens and packs--success stories!
Who Attends Rountables
Roundtables are designed for all pack
leaders--Cubmasters, den leaders, Webelos den leaders, and their
assistants, as well as den leader coaches, pack committee members,
and prospective leaders.
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