Roundtable Summary April 2018

Roundtable Summary April 2018

Dogwood District website:

Webmaster: Phil Layton

A Big Dogwood Welcome to Gwangi Shipp, the new Field Director for our area. He comes to us form the East Carolina Council. Contact him at or 919-480-6330.

Tyler Perkinson is our acting D.E.  Contact him at or

They will be working together to guide the District as we await our new D.E.

OA Report by Joseph Cinnamore: There were four dancers at Spring Inductions and three placed. April 20 is callout. Our chapter won the “Golden Ticket” by having the most Scouts registered earlyfor Conclave. Registration has been extended to April 16. See the website for more details.

Youth Protection: if you have not had the NEW YPT training (as of February 1), you will need to take it before October 1. It is available online. You can take it in sections.

The award-winning play about Helen Keller and Annie Sullivan, The Miracle Worker, is a fundraiser for the District being held atOwens Auditorium on the Sandhills Community College Campus (3395 Airport Rd, Pinehurst). The District will receive a portion of all tickets sold for Sunday, April 15 at 3:00 pm. Tickets are $38 ($20 for students and military.) Tickets are the door will be $43.
John James from Dynasty is a featured actor along with an experienced cast.

Merit Badge Counselors need to get a copy of the MB Selection Form (available on the Dogwood website under recent posts—choose “Merit Badge Counselor Policies” to find the link) and the new Youth Protection Training. Get both of those to James Phillips:

Please get photos of your unit in action for Charles Davis to use for the slide show before the next Roundtable meeting. Please send them to him at by the Monday before that month’s meeting.

There is a MOST training coming up to train shotgun/rifle instructors, but there’s a basic training that must be completed before you can take the certification class. Contact Burt Giedzinski at

Camp Cards are available. See Tyler Perkinson.

Register your Day of Service activity at Projects from April 1 to July 1 will be included in the Council’s tally of hours. (But they won’t know about it unless you register!)

Cub Scout Day Camp is coming June 18-22 at the Lee County Wildlife Club. The theme is “Where in the World is Waldo?” We need all the help we can get—recruiting campers, volunteers, and Boy Scouts, Venturers, Girl Scouts, etc. It takes a village to make a Cub Scout Day Camp run! For more information, contact Mike Vasquez

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