Troop 1134 in Roswell is hosting an open house meeting for all Webelo 2 Scouts and their parents on Monday evening, December 8th, from 7:00 to 8:30pm at St. Peter Chanel. This will help the Weeb 2s with their Arrow of Light requirement as well as allow them to check us out and see if we are a Troop that they would like to join in the Spring. Attendees should RSVP Scott Wellington at 770-231-8352 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Don’t miss this month’s Roundtable! Roundtable is held every month, on the third Thursday at 7:30pm (exception is December which is the 2nd Thursday). Roundtable is an opportunity for all leaders and interested parents to learn more about the activities of the Northern Ridge District as well as the scouting program. It’s is a great place to meet other Adult Scout Leaders, District Leaders and District Commissioners and to learn from their experiences. Agenda detail: NR Roundtable Topics 2014 2015.
Please mark your calendar for Webelos Woods sponsored by the Northern Ridge District – March 6-8, 2015 – at Bert Adams Boy Scout Camp! Read the flyer here.
Register now at: http://www.atlantabsa.org/event/1628960
Each year our District has the responsibility of finding, nominating and electing new district leaders. The nominating committee will be holding several meetings to discuss and evaluate the possible candidates. The committee will select an individual to fill the District Chairperson position as well as a list of individuals to serve as Vice Chairmen and District Members At Large. The committee will also recommend an individual to serve as District Commissioner. The Committee will be accepting names for consideration until October 23rd. Please use this form to submit your nomination(s).
It’s important to review the Recharter Worksheet 2014 to prepare the upcoming recharter days in November. Prior to picking up your recharter packet at the September roundtable, there is a checklist of items to be completed. Questions should be directed to Julie Deaton.
Wood Badge training was begun by Baden Powell in 1919 as a way to assure that the leaders of Scout Troops were properly trained. It concentrates on providing training on modern leadership skills needed in today’s world for Scout leaders. Wood Badge Training will not only make you a better Scout Leader, it will also assist you in improving your personal and professional life as well.
Date 1 of 2: 2/28/15 – 2/2/15
Date 2 of 2: 3/21/15 – 3/23/15
Location: Bert Adams Scout Reservation, Covington, Georgia
A complete list of training opportunities within the Atlanta Area Council is available here.
The Northern Ridge District Honor Unit Requirements document provides descriptions, rules and requirements for the Northern Ridge Honor Unit Award per the different subdivisions of Scouting (Cub/Boy/Venturing/Sea Scout/Varsity). Also included is a description of what units will be eligible for when attaining Honor Unit Status.
If an event has already occurred or registration for an event has already been closed the unit may check off that requirement as done. If you feel a requirement is unfair or discriminates against your unit, please discuss this issue with either your Unit Commissioner, the Honor Unit Commissioner (Mark Kopel) or the District Commission (Jere Stokely) and they will bring it up for discussion at the Commissioners Meeting
If you have any questions about the Northern Ridge Honor Unit please feel free to contact your Unit Commissioner.