Colonel Drake District Roundtable

The Colonel Drake District Roundtable

is held on the Second Thursday of each month at 7:00 PM.  Most months we are located at the NEW LOCATION French Creek Productions, 100 N. 13th St, Franklin, however there are a few meetings that move to other locations.  We provide training for leaders and adults wishing to take Youth Protection Training and information sessions with breakouts for Cub Scout Leaders, Boy Scout Leaders and Venturing Leaders.


We would love to see you in person, however if you are not able to attend, we will also be videoing the meeting via Zoom.  The information for the monthly virtual meeting is below.  

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Meeting ID: 858 8697 2015
Passcode: 671809
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Who Should Attend Roundtables?

The short answer is “YOU!”
Roundtable is not just for Scoutmasters and Cubmasters! If you are reading this, you are either a registered Scout Leader or a parent of a Scout or Cub. As such, you are invited and encouraged to attend the monthly Roundtables.

Roundtable is the forum where you find out what is happening in our District and our Council, as well as learning more about Scouting and what you can do to improve the program that benefits your Scout.

At Roundtable, Cub Scout Leaders like you have a chance to look at the suggested program for the succeeding month and how to present it to the Cubs, share ideas for crafts and activities, and learn “best practices” from more experienced Cub Scouters.

At Roundtable, Boy Scout Leaders like you discuss outings and other activities, advancement, camping opportunities, and the latest in programs, equipment, and training to improve the way we guide our Scouts in their monthly and annual plans for Scouting the way it should be done.

Roundtables help us to present a “unified” program. The National Council and our French Creek Council have programs, literature, and training that can benefit all leaders, but the only way we can learn about them is to attend Roundtables and get the “word”.

Attend Colonel Drake District Roundtable the second Thursday of each month, You won’t regret it!
Updated 3/22/17