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Welcome to Thunderbird District's Boy Scout/Venturing/Varsity Roundtable Page!

Roundtables normally meet the Second Thursday of the month from 7:30 - 9:00 p.m. at the Naperville LDS Stake Center, 1320 Ridgeland Ave., Naperville just south of Diehl off of Naper.

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BSRndtblCommisOAlogo125 Thursday, April 12, 2017  7:30 – 8:30 PM - Naperville LDS Stake Center, 1320 Ridgeland Ave, Naperville (SE corner of Naper Boulevard and Ridgeland Avenue). Please join us at the April Cub Scout or Boy Scout Roundtables. 

Order of the Arrow Members - Chapter Meeting same time and place as Roundtable. Please announce at Troop meetings.  All OA members are welcome to attend the chapter meeting! We will be making a mini golf course all over the church!

 Our goal at Roundtable is to share great information that helps keep our Scouts heavily involved in the program.

Do you have a question or an idea for a topic or a suggestion to improve how we can serve your needs better? Contact any one of your roundtable staff members.

  • Roundtable Commissioner - Kathleen Buettner
  • Roundtable Commissioner - Dan Weisler

Useful HANDOUTS from Roundtables Past

Below are some useful Roundtable handouts that people from Roundtables have requested. Feel free to downoad any of these for your use.

National Themes

Boy Scout / Venturing Roundtable Responsibilities

Your Boy Scout Roundtable Staff (Commissioner and volunteer staff) organizes and hosts monthly Boy Scout/Venturing Crew Roundtable meetings for Troop/Team/Crew adult leaders, committee members, and interested parents. Meetings take a variety of formats (demonstrations, panels, outside speakers, presentations, etc.) Roundtables may be held inside or outdoors. We’ll help you offer a better program for the youth in your unit(s) by providing timely information, effective tools, and fresh ideas for you to use.

Services Offered

  • Provide supplemental materials and instructions to prepare Troops, Teams, and Crews for District Scouting events.
  • Contact and information/ideas exchange with other unit leaders and resources in the District and Council.
  • Provide an open forum to address common unit needs and issues.
  • Present awards to Adult Scout Leaders of Troops, Teams, and Crews.
  • Got a Crew or Team? Periodic breakout groups will allow you to explore issues specific to an older boy unit. Get the right help, right here, right now!
  • Provide news and advance details on upcoming District and Council events ranging from the latest awards and advancement opportunities to Summer Camp.
  • Unit mail delivery of all important documents and event fliers needed to run a unit successfully.

You need to participate to make roundtables a success!