Affective January 28, 2012, this page will list district only events/trainings/enhancements.
District Roundtable Meeting
7 pm - Blue Ridge United Methodist Church
This Mountain District webpage is your first place to find out what's going on in the district and the council. Our Yahoo Group gives you updates as well.
Where is the second place to you look for resources, events, training and answers? If you answered our monthly roundtable meetings, you are correct.
If you have questions on our roundtable meetings in general, contact Mountain District Commissioner, Ned Rand at firstname.lastname@example.org or 706 492 7515.
For this month's roundtable program, contact Nick Wimberley, Boy Scout Roundtable Commissioner at email@example.com or 706 492 3848.
For this month's roundtable program, contact Kimberly Smith, Cub Scout Roundtable Commissioner at firstname.lastname@example.org or 706 635 4166.
William Queen, district activities committee chairman and Julie Arp, district activities committee vice chairman will conduct their monthly activities committee meeting after roundtable program or approximately 8 pm. Everyone is invited. For answers to questions about upcoming district events, please contact William Queen at email@example.com or 706 632 0357 or Julie Arp at firstname.lastname@example.org or 706 492 4885.
Mountain District's Information at Your Fingertips
Over the last two years, members of the Mountain District's Yahoo Group have enjoyed email alerts, reminders, folders filled with useful information/registration fliers, photo albums, polls, etc. The only feature of the Yahoo Group that is now discontinued is the calendar. Everyone can continue to enjoy the many other benefits of Yahoo Group membership. Join Mountain District's Yahoo Group: Click here
For all members of the district, Yahoo Group members and non-members, the calendar of events will now only be updated on this webpage. Individuals can set for themselves alerts and reminders.
This webpage is devoted mostly to Mountain District Scouting. It will be updated as frequently as new information becomes available, so visit often.
Scouting's Journey to Excellence
Scouting’s Journey to Excellence is the new performance recognition program for councils, districts, and units. This program replaces the Centennial Quality Recognition program. The BSA Journey to Excellence program uses a balanced approach and key performance indicators to measure performance versus process, encourage and reward success, and achieve the mission.
Information on Scouting’s Journey to Excellence on the National Website:
District Committee Resources
Older Scout Task Force