Crosswinds District Roundtable Meetings:
Crosswinds District Roundtables are held on the 3rd Thursday of each month, with the exception of July (summer vacation). Roundtables start at 6:30 pm with a gathering and visiting with each other for one-half hour. The actual Roundtable starts at 7:00 pm with a general information session for all attendees. Right after the general information session, the Roundtable breaks into 3 separate sessions, one for Cub Scouts, one for Boy Scouts and one for Commissioner Service. Roundtables normally end around 8:30 pm.
Starting with the January 19th, 2017 meeting, we will move Roundtable to Christ the King Lutheran Church, 600 Walnut Street, Cary in the Luther Café. Christ the King is located next to Cary High School at the corner of Walnut Street and Tanglewood Drive. The parking lot entrance is off of Tanglewood Drive. Luther Café is on the western end of the building (left side as you come down from the parking lot). Enter through the glass doors on your left as you enter the covered walkway marked “Christ the King Pre-School”
August Roundtable, we usually have our annual “kick-off” supper. We do not have a Roundtable in the month of July.
Roundtable Powerpoint – 2015 08 20
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Roundtable Powerpoint – 2016 01 21
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Recharter Training – 2016 11 17
Roundtable Powerpoint – 2017 02 16
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Autism Spectrum Presentation – 2017 06 15
Online Registration PPT – 2017 08 17
Online Registration Guidebook (pdf)
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Scouting with Different Abilities – 2017 10 19
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Recharter Instruction Info – 2017 11 16
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Roundtable – Family Scouting – 2018 08 16
What are the Roundtable Meetings?
The Roundtable meeting is held to disseminate information to Scout leaders and to help train Scout leaders. There is a 1/2 hour common information and announcement session at the beginning of the Roundtable for ALL Scout leaders. Then the Roundtable breaks into two or more sessions for about 1 more hour. One session is for Tiger and Cub Scout leaders and the other session is for Boy Scout, Crew, Exploring and Varsity leaders. We sometimes have special sessions for adult training, Eagle Board of Review training, Health and Safety training, etc.. We set these sessions up when we think there is a need for them or they are requested by our Scouting units.
Who should attend the Roundtable Meetings?
The Roundtable meeting is held for ALL Scouters or for any adult that is interested in becoming involved in Scouting. The sessions are sometimes attended by youth who are in OA, Senior Patrol Leaders and Patrol Leaders.
What are the Directions for getting to the Roundtable Meetings?
See Google Map: https://goo.gl/maps/VTcA3b1CeVy
Crosswinds District Committee Meetings
Crosswinds District Committee Meetings are held on the LAST Thursday of each month, with the exception of July (summer vacation) and December (our District Recognition Event). Meetings start at 7:00 pm and normally end by 8:30 pm. The meetings are currently held at the log cabin at 127 Waldo St, part of the First United Methodist Church campus. This is located at the corner of Waldo St and Walker St in downtown Cary. The January or February District Committee meeting is sometimes held during our Annual District Planning Retreat on a different day and at a different location.
What are the District Committee Meetings?
The Committee meeting is held to plan, discuss and report on the activities of the District. The functions of the District include; Membership, Finance, Program and Unit Service. Each District function has one or more volunteer chairperson(s). Those chairperson(s) normally attend the Committee meetings and make a report on their area’s events for the past month and the coming month. The meeting is chaired by the District Committee Chairperson or Vice Chairperson. Those normally attending a monthly meeting are: the District Chairperson, Vice – Chairperson, Commissioner (Unit Service), Cub Scout & Boy Scout Program Chairpersons (Program), the District Scout Executive (the “DE” is the paid professional Scouter assigned to our District), the Membership/Relationships Chairperson (Membership) and the District web site Director, and District Committee Secretary.
Who should attend the District Committee Meetings?
The Committee Meetings are open to ALL Scouters or for any adult that is interested in becoming involved in Scouting. The Chartered Partner Representative from each sponsor of a unit should also attend, especially at the Annual District Meeting, as they are a voting member of the District when it addresses the nominees for the District Committee Officers.
What are the Directions to the District Committee Meetings?
Directions to First United Methodist Church of Cary From the intersection of Kildaire Farm Road and Dry Ave. (in front of the old Cary Elementary School at the end of S. Academy St.): Drive North on Academy Street for 1 block. The Church is on the right. Turn right on Waldo Street and go to the bottom of the hill. The meeting is held in the Log Cabin on the corner of Waldo and Walker.