Lewis and Clark District Committee Training postponed

The District Committee training scheduled for this Saturday, November 22 has been postponed.  The new date will be after the holidays and should be finalized and announced by next week.  I apologize to everyone for any inconvenience.  We will be performing a district assessment over the next two months to hopefully identify more clearly our soft spots.  This exercise should help to utilize this important training to its fullest benefit.  Thanks to all.  The next District meeting is Tuesday, December 2, 6:30pm.  See you there.

Sincerely, Peter Jennings  District Chairman

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Roundtable wrap-up

Wow. Roundtable was great this last week! Many thanks to all who braved the sub-zero weather to be there and participate. Ed Stuart and Sally Dobbins, thank you VERY much for a great time! Thank you especially for the homemade cookies, monkey bread, and spiced cider! I think all who went had a great time and I am hoping to get more next month!
We are also going to have traveling awards for the unit that brings the most leaders and parents. Big Red for the Boy Scouts, and Cubby for the Cub Scouts!
See you all next Roundtable, scheduled for Tuesday, December 9th at 6:30 PM.

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Klondike is now….Zombie Apocalypse 2015

2015 Zombie Apocalypse

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Roundtable next Tuesday

Greetings scouters!
It’s that time again, time for Roundtable! We’re having it this time at the LDS stake center. Ed Stuart will be hosting the Boy Scout roundtable, with a topic of Outdoors in the winter. Sally Dobbins will be hosting the Cub Scout Roundtable, with a topic of Respect, the Cub core value of December, as well as discussing Chariot Building workshops we will all be having next month.
Hope to see you all there!

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November District Meeting Agenda

Committee Meeting

Lewis & Clark District

Montana Council

November 4, 2014

6:30 PM

  1. Call to order- Peter Jennings, District Chair
  1. Opening ceremony- 5 min
  1. Welcome and Introductions- 5 min
  1. Scout Spirit- Peter Jennings- 5 min
  1. Recognitions- Dustin Shoemake- 5 min
  1. District Chairman Report- Peter Jennings, District Chair.- 10 min
  1. Medicine River Scout Center
  1. Unit service. Unit conditions and roundtables- Rex Jewett, District Commissioner- 5 min
  1. Operating committee meetings- 15 min
  1. Reports and plans of operating committee meetings – 10 min.
  1. What was accomplished in the past month?
  2. What plans have been made to accomplish during the next month?
  1. Finance Committee
  2. Membership Committee
  3. Activities and Civic Service Committee
  4. Advancement and Recognition Committee
  5. Camping and Outdoor Promotion Committee
  6. Training Committee
  1. Reports of special committees and selected chartered organization representatives.
  1. Other business (open forum if time permits)
  1. District Executive Report- 5 min
  2. a) Popcorn Delivery
  3. b) Charter Renewal

Next meeting time: December 9, 2014

  1. Closing ceremony.
  1. Adjournment.
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Conversation with Gordon Rubard, Council Executive on the future of Medicine River Scout Center

Gordon Rubard, executive Scouter for the Montana Council, will be attending the upcoming District Meeting, Tuesday, November 4, 6:30pm at the East Stake Center to discuss the future of the Medicine River Scout Center in Lewis and Clark District.  This conversation is in advance of a council board call November 12.  John Manz and Woody Germany, who visited MRSC two weeks ago, will discuss their observations and make their recommendations.  Anyone who wishes to join in this conversation is encouraged to attend.

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Save The Date!

District Committee  Workshop- November 22.

Anyone interested in participating in District Committees, Charter Org Reps, Unit Leaders, etc.

This is a great opportunity to learn more about how Scouting is performed on a district level to help support the units and programs.

More information to come…

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Job Opportunity with the Montana Council

Sales Associate Position

Closing Date: November 10th, 2014

Location: Great Falls, MT

Start date – Immediately

Part-time position

20-25 hours per week


Primary Duties:

Assist Senior Sales Associate in daily tasks such as:  Answer phone, receive and stock vendor merchandise orders, receive/fulfill/ship customer orders, fill backorders, data entry, stock shelves, clean and organize store and other duties as assigned by Sr. Sales Associate.

Qualities & Skills:

Self-motivated, team player with a positive can do attitude. Must be able to deliver high level of customer service to walk in customers, phone customers as well as co-workers.  Computer experience a must: (Excel and Outlook.)  Knowledge of Scouting would be helpful.

Please submit cover letter and resume to:

Deb Kovalicky

110 E Broadway

4th floor

Missoula, MT 59847



If you have any questions please call Deb at 406-926-1810 or 406-544-7850

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Community service opportunity this week! Oct 28-Nov 1

The GFHS Sparkettes Haunted House needs volunteers for its weeklong run.  There will be a variety of tasks/roles available for participants.  Performances are Monday thru Thursday 7-9pm, Friday 7pm-12am and Saturday 7-11pm.  Volunteers are asked to please be there by 5pm.  You’ll be fed dinner.  The location is 4800 10th Ave S, the old Big R store building.  Please call Kathy Korona at 788-1016.  As always, activities intended for community service hours should be approved in advance by unit leaders.

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Popcorn Sale Final Frenzy!!

Don’t miss out on FUN and prizes!

final frenzy

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