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Cub Scout Roundtable



Roundtable is a monthly district service and supplemental training for volunteers at the unit level. The objectives of roundtables are to provide leaders with program ideas; information on policy and events; and training opportunities. It is a forum for sharing experiences and enjoying fun and fellowship with other Scout leaders.  The roundtable experience will inspire, motivate, and enable unit leaders to provide a stronger program for their Scouts.

Roundtable Contacts
Roundtable Location

Roundtable meets the second Wednesday of each month at Good Shepard Lutheran Church, 1310 Shepard Drive, Naperville, IL  60565.  Refer to the calendar for upcoming dates!


As an incentive to attend Roundtable, we have begun passing out totems. What is a totem? By definition, a totem is a natural object believed by a particular society to have spiritual significance and adopted by it as an emblem. For us, it it a symbol of participation in Roundtable and commitment to Scouts. So far, we have passed out leather cords and Indian Prairie symbols for August, footballs in September, bats in October, November was turkey feathers and Cubs beads, December was jingle bells, January had silver beads. More fun totems will be passed out to signify attendance and membership If you have any suggestions, please contact Laura R..


Past speakers include

(October 2016) Andrew Tuszynski from the Bolingbrook Park District. Andy is in charge of the Scout Programming at the BPD. He gave an overview of all the opportunities the BPD offers to Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts for both residents and non-residents. There are a number of programs available from requirements and electives to daily and overnight events. For more information, contact Andy at

(January 2017) Susan Moraski from the Membership team. Susan spoke about best practices in gaining and retaining scouts.

(March 2017) Jocelyn Nolan, the special needs scout coordinator and Linden Oaks Behavioral Health spoke about youth anxiety.

(May 2017) St. Charles Canoe Club (

If you have suggestions for speakers, please contact Laura R.

Monthly Discussion

Each month, a different point of the Scout Law is discussed as well as a general interest topic.

AUGUST 2016 Loyal Internet Resources
SEPTEMBER 2016 Thrifty Cub Scout Cooking
OCTOBER 2016 Loyal Family Involvement
NOVEMBER 2016 Friendly Working as a Team
DECEMBER 2016 Brave Recognition
JANUARY 2017 Reverent Duty to God
FEBRUARY 2017 Cheerful STEM Activities
MARCH 2017 Obedient Aqua Cubs
APRIL 2017 Clean Cub Scout Hiking
MAY 2017 Helpful Cub Scout Camping
JUNE 2017 Kind Campfire Etiquette
JULY 2017 Courteous Enjoying Nature



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