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    Vice Chairman/ADC-Cub Scouting Michelle Ekins 882-9919

    District Cub Scout RT TEAM Roundtable Commissioner

    Roger Ekins 882-9919 Committee Section

    Michelle Brinkerhoff 884-3297 Lori Duke 435-830-8713

    Cubmaster Section Cory Murray 435-830-3275 Brenda Oliphant 435-882-2020 Dennette Anderson 435-830-5844

    Den Leader Section Koalani Olsen 801-828-7114 Adam Mauchley 435-901-1061 Anita Sacre 435-830-1306

    Webelos Section Debby Martin 435-228-8859 Alicia Chadwick 435-830-9020 Ben Oliphant 435-882-2020

    District Executive & Council

    Kevin Stewart/Council 801-582-3663

    Scout Shop McBeths-Tooele 882-4613 Foothill Shop 801-349-3760

    February Law and Cub Scout Theme Scout Law-Friendly A scout is a friend to everyone, even people who are very different from him.

    HOW DOES THE THEMEFRIENDS NEAR AND FAR RELATE TO THIS POINT OF THE SCOUT LAW? A Scout is a friend to all. He is a brother to other Scouts. He offers his friendship to people of all races and nations, and respects the beliefs and customs of others. Friends Near and Far reminds us that we are part of something bigger than our own community. By living the Scout Law, we are accepting of the worlds peoples and their values.

    Patch-Ability Awareness

    Deseret Peak District #8 January 2016 Cub Scout Leader Roundtable

    February Scout Law & THEMEFriendly/Friends Near and Far

    Cub Day Camp-registration now open PAGE 4

    Roundtable-Thursday, February 4, 7:30 PM, TJHS

    McBeths/Tooele Scout Shop schedule-PAGE 2

    Song, Skit, Run On & Cheers GSLC Policy-PAGE 3

    Leader Specific Training-Saturday, 2/13, PAGE 6

    District Dinner-Thursday, Feb. 25, 6:30 PM, PAGE 2

    Upcoming Information

    Did You Know? February 8, 2016 will be the 106th birthday/anniversary of the Boy Scouts of America. What better way to celebrate than with a birthday party called the blue and gold banquet? In nearly all packs, the blue and gold banquet is the highlight of the year. It brings families together for an evening of fun and cheer. Its often the pack meeting for February, but can be held a different time during the year.

    The banquet can be like a regular pack meeting, with songs, skits, stunts, and awards. Or it can be something differ-ent and a little more special. Your pack may decide to bring in an entertainer such as a magician or a storyteller. Some packs invite former members and other Scouting or community leaders to take part. Or you could have a video or slide show of what the pack did during the last 12 months. Some packs use the blue and gold banquet to put on an impressive ceremony for Webelos Scouts as they cross over into Boy Scouting.

    Some packs make the banquet a potluck dinner affair, having each family bring a covered dish. Other packs prefer purchasing the food, having it prepared by the parents committee, and prorating the cost among those attending the banquet. Some packs have a formal dinner while others just do a cake and ice cream celebration. Every pack is different in numbers of people and budget, so the plans need to be finalized within your pack, with the banquet committee and pack committee working closely together.

    December Roundtable the team presented 4 different themes and we also posted the information and handouts on our websitewww.deseretpeakcubscouting.com , in the handouts section.

    Thanks for all you do! Roger Ekins, CS Roundtable Commissioner Michelle Ekins, Vice Chair/ADC-Cub Scouting

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    Looking on updated information about what is happening

    in the district or council go to deseretpeakcubscouting.com

    or www.saltlakescouts.org , districts, 8-Deseret Peak

    Find DeseretPeak CubScouting on FACEBOOK and be our friend!

    Do you have the lucky

    Newsletter?

    Look through the

    newsletter for our

    Golden Paw, if its there

    you are the

    winner tonight, prize

    awarded at closing.

    Youth Protection Training Remember...

    "Youth Protection

    Training" is a requirement BE-

    FORE an adult can regis-ter in any position and

    must be retaken as it expires every two years. It is available online at

    www.my.scouting.org

    Did you know there is a place in Tooele that takes registration forms, has Scouting sup-plies, and patches available for purchase?

    McBeths donate their time and part of their home for all of us! It is known as Tooele

    Scout Shop. The only benefit they get is your courteous thank you!

    You can reach them at 882-4613 134 W. 400 S., in Tooele (McBeths)

    Call ahead of time to make sure they are avail-

    able to help you. They do deserve to have a

    life outside their home. They are Scouters af-

    ter all. They are not available 24/7, but al-

    most.

    January 19 and for some time after they

    will not be available during the day, but will

    be in the evenings.

    McBeths are also the ones that schedule the

    use of the Tooele Wigwam.

    If you have Cub Scouting questions as sometimes happens, you are wel-come to contact us by email or

    phone. Michelle Ekins

    webelos9919@live.com Roger Ekins rtcommish@live.com

    882-9919

    Deseret Peak District Dinner

    Every registered adult volunteer in Boy Scouts of America, Char-tered Organization Representative and Organization Head and their adult guest are invited to attend a celebration of Scouting and our

    district on Thursday, February 25, 6:30 PM at Grantsville Stake Center, 550 E. Durfee, Grantsville.

    Come enjoy a nice meal and honor 2015 Eagle Scouts and our 2016 District Award of Merit recipients. (Uniform or Sunday dress)

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    When choosing a cheers, run ons and skits make sure it follows the guidelines that are provided by our BSA council (Great Salt Lake Council). You can find this policy BELOW

    ands on our websitehttp://deseretpeakcubscouting.com/resources/GSLC%20Quality%20Standards%20for%20Cub%20Scouting.pdf

    Please remember, if in doubt leave it out! Let's keep it upbeat and fun while not offending anyone. Please do not use anything that is negative or makes fun of someone, whether you have their permission or not. Again, IF IN DOUBT, LEAVE IT OUT. PLEASE SHARE THIS POLICY WITH ALL ADULTS IN LEADERSHIP POSITIONS IN YOUR PACK.

    Well be playing again in Closing tonight!

    Check deseretpeakcubscouting.com the day of roundtable and find out what to bring that night for your chance to play and

    win? If you bring the required item, make sure to put your name in the Make A Deal con-

    tainer for your chance to have your name drawn out to play for great prizes.

    AT PRESENT THERE IS NO ONE

    ACTIVELY DOING ARROW OF LIGHT CEREMONIES

    FOR PACKS IN THE DISTRICT.

    We are hearing great things about packs, whose leaders have started providing their own ceremonies for their packs! Keep up the great work!

    Questions contact us at-

    deseretpeakcubscouting@live.com

    webelos9919@live.com rtcommish@live.com 435-882-9919

    BSA resource book-Ceremonies for Dens and Packs. Please make sure that they pass the Guide to Safe Scouting and make sure it follows the guidelines that are provided by our BSA council (Great Salt Lake Council). You can find this policy BELOW and on our websitehttp://deseretpeakcubscouting.com/resources/GSLC%20Quality%20Standards%20for%20Cub%20Scouting.pdf

    Join us at 8:30 PM for

    Closing Ceremony for awards, reminders,

    drawings & your reward for coming!

    It pays to join us & get the info needed to access

    Rewards on the website

    deseretpeakcubscouting.com Click on REWARDS

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    Cub Day Camps 2016 2 day Cub Camps $45

    Construction Junction and Jurassic Journey

    (7-9 year old) Millcreek Canyon

    Ft. Frontier and Space Scouts (7-9 year old) Millcreek Canyon

    Cub Caravan (7-9 year old) This is the one in Tooele County. We

    have no details on this camp at this time.

    Adventure at Webelos Hollow (10 year old) Millcreek Canyon

    Evening and Specialty Camps

    Twilight Camp 2 evenings $45 (7-10 year old) Millcreek Canyon

    Aquatic Camp 1 evening $25 (7-10 year old) Millcreek Canyon

    Mad Science Camp (1 evening) $25 (7-10 year old) Millcreek

    Canyon

    BounceBack Options

    Each Cub Scout that atten