Happy Thanksgiving

24 Nov

Greetings Scouts and Scouters

We have so much to be THANKFUL for this Holiday, but the biggest thanks goes to the Parents and Volunteers of our Scouting home who make Etowah District a special place to be a Scout! Enjoy your Holiday and please stay safe in your travels…

Here are some events to look forward to as we end 2011 and head into the New Year:

The University of Scouting – December 3, Mountain View High School

Join us for the Council’s largest single day of Training and a chance to meet some of the best, most experienced Leadership from around the Northeast Georgia Council. VISIT THIS PAGE to see all the class offerings throughout the day and to register online.

Cub Scout Winter LOCK-IN – Friday December 9, Midway UMC

CUB SCOUTS… YOU’RE LOCKED IN for a night of fun and games and PIZZA! Parents, here’s a great chance to get some shopping done while your Scouts are up ALL night playing sports, earning belt loops, making Christmas Cards for soldiers, and having a great time!

DECEMBER ROUNDTABLE – Thursday December 8, 7PM at First Baptist Cumming

This is our ANNUAL RE-CHARTER WORKSHOP… ALL UNITS, please make sure that you have at least one representative to attend the workshop. Remember, this is a WORKSHOP. Please plan to stay for about 30 minutes after the general session. Re-Charter process always needs to be reviewed THOROUGHLY and we will have some procedural changes which makes it important for your to not only be there, but stay for the entire workshop.

Happy Thanksgiving again and see you out there!

daniel

 

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