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Roundtable - Thursday, April 12

Join us for our great night of Scouting at Westlake Hills Presbyterian Church (7127 Bee Caves Road). Fellowship begins at 6:45 PM; our program starts at 7:00 PM sharp, and ends by 8:00 PM.

YPT2: have you heard that there's an all new Youth Protection Training now available? Join Mr. John Kearney, District Youth Protection Champion, to get the latest updates on this required training for all Scouters.

Cub Scouts: this is the perfect time to think about your Pack's summer program. Come find out about the special awards available to your Cub Scouts, Dens and Packs that can only be earned during the summertime! We also will have a special presentation from the founder of Like Ki-do about social/emotional learning programs available to interested Cub Scout Packs.

Boy Scouts: Path to Eagle - join Mr. Kim Eckert, District Advancement Chair, as he presents the current "Path to Eagle." This presentation will have the latest updates, and in particular is aimed at parents new to the Boy Scout program.
Camporee 2018
April 6 to 8 at Pace Bend Park

Camporee 2018 is being planned by the Order of the Arrow's Bee Cave Chapter. Get your troop ready to compete in basic Scout skills, and to spend the weekend enjoying all the outdoor and water activities the wonderful and nearby Pace Bend Park has to offer. Check-in opens the evening of Friday, April 6, and we'll wrap it all up on Sunday morning when the top 4 patrols face off in a head-to-head challenge to see who will claim the honor of this year's theme, "King of the Camp!" The final planning meeting is this Tuesday 4/3 at 8:00 PM via online meeting resources. Check out the District Camporee page for all the details.
service opportunities
Eagle Project That Give True Service

Our schools in the Bee Cave District have benefited from an abundance of Eagle Projects, while neighboring schools within Austin and the Waterloo District - which often have a tremendous need, but very few Scouts - are overlooked. This presents a wonderful opportunity for our youth to honor the highest principles of Scouting, to give back to our community, and see how truly fortunate we truly are. Lisa Rushing of Troop 70, a Special Education Teacher in the Waterloo District, was inspired by her work to create a list of schools within Austin ISD to make it easier for Scouts to find needed service projects. Please click here to read more about this effort on our District website, or click here to go directly to the list on the Council's website.
Hornaday Weekend
April 20-22 at Lost Pines Scout Reservation

The Hornaday Award Weekend provides a path toward earning Scouting's highest conservation award, offering all 21 Hornaday merit badges. Join us at Lost Pines Scout Reservation April 20-22 for the spring session. Get more information and register.
Cub-O-Ree Cancelled

Cub-O-Ree has been cancelled due to the low number of registrations.
MEGA Training
MegaTraining
May 18-19 at Lost Pines Scout Reservation

There are more training opportunities at Mega Training weekend! Choose from BALOO, Chaplain training, Wilderness First Aid, Swimming & Water Rescue, Trainer's EDGE, or Scoutmaster/Assistant Scoutmaster position-specific plus Introduction to Outdoor Leader Skills.  Get more information and register.
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