Roundtable Resources

Below you will find a list of resources discussed at our District Roundtables.

WARNING! Spoiler alert to fun! This page is not meant as a replacement to attending Roundtable.  It is a resource for those Scout leaders who did attend and would like a copy of the information discussed. Nothing can replace our monthly discussions and networking.

September 2020- Pioneering for Cubs, Scouts and Leaders

scout pioneering

pioneering made easy

pioneer projects

Troop leader pioneering @

August 2020

Re-start Check List


Prevention of Communicable Diseases

P.R.A.Y. program delivered through Zoom resources

September 2019 “Ceremonies and Recognition”

Scouting Ceremonies “Notes”

Ceremonies for Dens and Packs

New Member Coordinator Position Description

New Member Coordinator FAQs

June 2019 UP3 “Leave No Trace”
Central VA Waste management -Reduce, Reuse, Recycle

BSA Teaching LnT

BSA Outdoor Ethics

Leave No

James River Association

James River Park System Invasive Plant Task Force

Outdoor Ethics, US Dept of Interior-Bureau of Land Management

Becoming a BSA LnT Trainer

LnT training resources

Women Specific Issues for LnT

February 2019 How to use Scoutbook

Introduction to Scoutbook
Scoutbook for Parents
February Ppt presentation

Sept. 2018 Religious Emblems “P.R.A.Y. Program”

P.R.A.Y. website
Pray Awards Brochure
Take Home Handout for Parents

June 2018 “UP3”

May 2018
Scoutbook Resources

April 2018
STEM resources for Cub Leaders:

Fun STEM activities:

March 2018

November 2017

First Aid Baseball with instructions and question cards

June 2017

WOW! UP3 this year was amazing! If you didn’t attend you sure did miss out. We had the following vendors in attendance:

On-Target Archery– Tyler Phaup:
Chesterfield County Library-State Parks Backpack program, Makerspace and 3-D printer, John Twombly:
5-11 Tactical supplies- Lee Smoyer:
Mini-Miners- Katherine Paine:
Challenge Discovery– Sarah Davenport:  (804) 876-9733
Richmond Railroad Museum– Greg Hodges:
Pocahontas State Park-
NYLT- Gary Bryant:

Rain Gutter Regatta Resources:
How to Build a boat
Inflatable Track
Build your own track
Baloo’s Bugle “How to Run a regatta race”

  • Switch it up and use recycled materials to build the boat, like half of a soda bottle with a pencil for a mast.
  • Experiment and try blowing the boats with straws
  • Run a catamaran race by dividing the regatta boat into two parts
  • Have the boats run on steam power
  • Race wooden paddle boats

Space Derby Resources:
Space Derby Kit
How to build a space ship
More Tips
How to build a Space derby Track

Running a Regatta/Space/Pinewood Derby

April 2017

Campsite selection: presentation pdf

It was Show & Tell night at Roundtable this month! Some folks brought in their “must-have” camp gadgets, tools, etc. Here are the ones that were shared with the group…
    • Nalgene bottle filled with survival gear and wrapped with duct tape
    • Wide-brimmed hat to protect you from the sun and rain
    • Swiss Army knife
    • “Squishy” collapsible lantern
    • A caribiner with trash bag wrapped tightly around it
    • BackTrack GPS unit
    • Thermarest camping pillow
    • Camping chair (I can’t remember what brand Bill has but Crazy Creek makes similar ones)
    • Night Ize GearLine
    • UST survival playing cards
  • Glowsticks to mark guy lines at night.

March 2017

Cub Scout: Aquanaut presentation pdf

February 2017

Cub Scout: Stem Presentation

January 2017

Cub leaders were led in a discussion on the “God and Me” program and how it can be implemented in rank advancement. We also discussed the “Scouts’ Own Service”.
Presentation on God and Me and rank advancement
Sample Mass Service

December 2016
Joint Cub and Scout presentation on the US flag and flag Etiquette
Flag Code
Flag Etiquette
Flag Quiz
Flag Quiz Answer Key

September 2016

Christopher’s Angels was created by Alexander Sims in the spirit of his twin brother Christopher, who died by suicide in 2014 at the age of 14.

In his short life, with many accomplishments and many friends, Christopher believed that kindness can change the world and make it a better place. He was kind to people and animals and believed every person offered a unique contribution to our world!

Subscribers to our program participate in and promote Christopher’s Angels’ Random Good Deeds and Kindness Days on the 22nd day of each month.  Small deeds like saying “hello” to a stranger, holding the door open for someone behind you, asking to join someone who is eating alone or helping someone with their books, bags, etc., can inspire others to follow.  Other deeds like speaking out against a bully can save a life and create more heroes to do the same!

Recruiting Volunteers and New Parent Orientation

Pack Family Talent Survey
Troop Talent Survey
Venturing Talent Survey
Pack Structure Chart
Pack Leadership Labels
Pack Leadership Job Descriptions
Understanding and Recruiting Pack Volunteers
Parent Recruiting Cards
Pack Position Cards
Article about Recruiting Volunteers
Recruitment Skits
Selecting Cub Leaders
Cub Scout Parent Orientation III (Not up to date, but still has good info)
Cub Scout Parent Orientation quick sheets    (editable)

June 2016

UP3 Vendor resources for adding zest to your Scouting Program.
The Adventure Park at Sandy River Retreat-
Owner/Operator Candice Smith 434-392-PARK

Central Virginia Orienteering Club
Tim Gilbert 804-304-8841

On Target Archery
Tyler Phaup 804-227-3458

Challenge Discovery Ropes Course

April 2016

Cub: Den Leader Recognition
100 Ways to recognize Den Leaders
Thank you in many languages
Thank you for your Commit-mint
Thank you with M & Ms
Thanks for being a Lifesaver/Nuts and Bolts award

Tic-Tac-Toe Relay!

March 2016

Celestial Navigation PPT
Celestial Navigation Notes

December 2015

Heather’s Christmas cookie recipe click here

Roundtable Relay Fun:

Boy Scout RT Historic Trails

Historic Trails/50 miler Award
Jamestown Hike
Old Dominion Trail
Williamsburg Hike
Yorktown Hike
Virginia’s Civil War Trail

November 2015

First Aid!

Wow! If you didn’t make it to this RT you really missed out on a lot of fun. We had Kim’s Game for First Aid kits, moulage, and First Aid kit refreshers as well as fresh and engaging ideas to teach first aid to Cubs and Scouts. We need to give a shout out of  special “Thanks!” to Holly Sturdevant T-1807 for the moulage tips. Here is our collection of resources:

Scouting Magazine program guide click here
Boys Life emergency Scenarios click here20151105_202324
Sample scenarios and score sheets click here

PDF Resources:

First Aid Jeopardy Powerpoint
First Aid Crossword
Teaching First Aid Powerpoint
20151105_202332Teaching First Aid Po20151105_202309werpoint notes
First Aid kit lists, personal/Pack/Troop/Crew


First Aid wound effects
Moulage Cookbook
Moulage Recipes20151105_202316
Moulage Kit
Moulage Injuries

Mark’s burn pain was too intense!

August 2015

Cub RT: Service Projects and Uniforms
A good service project is the foundation for helping boys become good citizens and teaches them the value of service to others. It teaches empathy: an awareness that others are suffering, to look at the issue from their perspective and wish to ease their pain, moving beyond sadness and pity to aspire change.  Click here for details.

Boy Scout RT: Recruiting
We all know the key to Troop growth is successful recruiting, but how do we effectively recruit?Don’t wait until AOL crossover time to start a relationship with Cub Packs. Click here for more information.