Hornets Nest District Presents


What is Roundtable?  It's a Learning, Sharing, Meeting, Greeting, Asking, Telling Training, Planning, Networking, Eating, Fun, Educating, Showing, Doing, Rewarding, Camping, Hiking, cooking, Scouting Extravaganza!

Roundtable is the place to discover the many resources available for your units.

"There is always something New at Roundtable"

Whether you are a new Committee member, Assistant Scoutmaster, Scoutmaster or District committee member, or have been scouting for many years, you will likely learn something new at each monthly Roundtable. Our goal is to provide you with the most up to date, relevant information to help you provide the best BSA program to our youth.

Our trained Roundtable staff provides breakouts formatted for all experience levels - that help get that information to you.  In addition, as BSA changes, so does the information and there's no better place to stay at the top of the game than Boy Scout Roundtable.

If you are a unit leader, committee member, charter partner, parent, or other interested scouter, we want to serve your needs and provide the training for information that you need to serve our youth.  If you have a suggestion, a comment, or an idea for an upcoming topic of relevant interest to scouting, please contact Our District Commissioner Rob Monto at montoeagle14@aol.com

Plan to join us the second Thursday of each month at The Park Church 6029 Beatties Ford Rd, Charlotte, NC 28216. Gathering time begins at 6:45pm with food, fellowship, announcements, and preopening. Opening Flag ceremony begins promptly at 7:00pm. Please be on time so we can end at 8:30pm.

Our Next District RoundTable

February 11th, 2016

Click here for the night's agenda

February RoundTable will feature discussions on COPE and Climbing - What Resources Do we Have? Can my unit do that?.

  • Understand the rescources the council offers to units for COPE and Climbing.
  • Learn how you can help the COPE and Climbing Committee in planning and budgeting troop activities.

Special Interest topics:

  • Understand advancement as one of the eight methods of Scouting.
  • Describe the progression of advancement through the program.
  • Identify resources to guide effective and appropriate advancement practices.

For a complete list of our 2015-16 topics please see this brochure.



This month we will be focused on the fourth point of the Scout Law:

  • A Scout is Friendly - Friends near and far

Please join the discussion and help make our district events great!

February RoundTable is the 11th. It's crossover time for many units and discussions will highlight those new scouts starting their journey to Eagle.


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