Volume 6 Issue 2
September 1999

POWWOWS AROUND THE U.S.

Southern Region

From James Ball (Central Florida Council) The U.of Scouting for the Central Florida Council (one of the country's largest -see Scouting Mag. May-June'99, p27) will be held on Sat. Oct. 23, at Univ. HS. The cost again this year is projected to be $6. This year we will have about 300 faculty Scouters reaching out to an estimated 1500 attendees.

Circle 10 Council (Dallas area) Pow Wow is scheduled for Saturday, October 30. Location to be determined. Details can be probably obtained from the Council office: 214-902-6700. It's a lot earlier than the ones we've had in the past that take place in January.

The Pow Wow for the Coastal Carolina Council is in Charleston, SC, and cover most of the SC Coast. This years Pow Wow, "Turn Back the Clock", will be held Nov. 13, at Middleton High School. For information about registration, participants may contact our Scout Office at (843) 763-0305. The cost will be $20.00, and will include 4 classes and a Blue and Gold Banquet, plus an electronic Pow Wow book (paper copies to cost extra), a mug, and "extras". Registration forms will be mailed out to registered leaders in the Council, but if someone from outside the council would like to attend, they can request a form by emailing me at rtulk@hotmail.com. I plan to make these forms available by email also.

Longhorn Council (ort Worth, TX) University of Scouting is currently scheduled for Saturday, November 6.

Central Region

Great Sauk Trail Council will hold it's PowWow on January 22, 2000 at Saline High School in Saline MI. This event will include training sessions for Cub and Boy Scout leaders, as well as a couple of sessions for/about unit commissioners, new this year. The cost for this will be around $10 for early registrations. When the final cost is decided later this month I will have an update on that., but will decide that later this month. Event contact person is Amy, as she is co-chair for this event!
Great Sauk Trail Council
1979 Huron Parkway
Ann Arbor MI 48104
(734)971-7100
or Amy Echlin (734)487-5042 amyechlin@hotmail.com
Corinne Stolaruk (734)971-6201 ccstolaruk@aol.com



From Barb Stephens
The Mid-America Council Pow Wow will be held Saturday, November 13, 1999 from 8:00am - 4:00pm at Boystown in Omaha, Nebraska. The theme is "Reflections of the past - Visions of the future." This year the local Girl Scout Council will be involved - both attending and teaching and we will resurrect Den Chief training. Cost has not been set yet, but should be well under $10 to attend, and about $10 for the Pow Wow book. Watch http://www.novia.net/boyscouts/training.htm for more details. For questions, call Scouter Services at 402 431-9272.



Dan Beard Council (Cincinnati) will be holding Akela's Workshop on November 6, 1999. Ed Milbrada, Cub Roundtable Commr, Ft Hamilton District, Dan Beard Council (Cincinnati)

Samoset Council will be holding the second annual A.C.E.S. program (Adult Continuing Education in Scouting) on Saturday, October 30, 1999. The course will be held at John Muir Middle School in Wausau, Wisconsin. A.C.E.S. grew out of the Council's PowWow, adding courses for Boy Scout Leaders, as well as Boy Scouts. Interested parties can contact Samoset Council at 1-800-303-2195

Northwest Suburban Council's PowWow is November 6th, 1999 Being held at Oakton Community College in DesPlaines ILL. Theme is "Follow the Yellow Blue Road - To Success" Registration is at 8:00AM closing around 4:30-5:00PM (hours are not yet set in stone).

Northeast Region

Connecticut Rivers Council
From Jerry Cub Training Chairman-Nutmeg District
We are having both Pow Wow and a University of Scouting this coming year. The Pow Wow is November 20th at East Windsor Jr.-Sr. High School, East Windsor, CT, and we are using a medieval theme. The University of Scouting is being held January 22-24, 2000 at Camp Rowland, Niantic, CT. We offer degrees in Commissioner Science and District Studies, and a certificate program in Roundtable Science.
Anyone wanting information can call or write the Council Service Center:
Connecticut Rivers Council, BSA
60 Darlin St.
PO Box 280098
East Hartford, CT 06128-0098
(860) 289-6669

Western Region

POW WOW Nevada Area Council, Reno, Nevada
November 6 1999 at Billinghurst Middle School Reno, NV
Co-Directors Pat Sheen and Pat Slye
Theme: Cub Scout Mystery Theater
E-mail: Jsheen@mail.co.washoe.nv.us

Southern Sierra Council, Cub Leader Pow Wow
Saurday, Nov. 13, 1999
8:30am-3:30pm
Leo B. Hart School
Bakersfield, CA
Contact: Randy Thornburg, RCTHORN@aol.com

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