The BSA's Round Table training meeting is a monthly training session that serves multiple purposes. The allusion to Camelot's round table conjures up images of noble knights assembling to discuss the concerns of the people (Scouts) they serve.

Round Table is an opportunity for all Scouters to:
  • Learn more about upcoming activities.
  • Share program and planning ideas.
  • Interact with fellow Scouters who share the same enthusiasm for the Scouting program.


Roundtable is the third Thursday of the month at 7:00pm
(No Roundtable in December or July)

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

1524 Jenkins Road, Wake Forest, NC  27587


Coming Up at Scouts BSA Roundtable Break-outs

January 17th, 2019  --  Learn the Basics of Tread Lightly featuring Neuse River District Scouter,Ann Meyer

Learn how Tread Lightly! can be applied to various outdoor activities that Scouts BSA Troops and Venture Crews participate in during their program year.  Ann Meyer is a Leave No Trace Trainer and Master Tread Trainer for Tread Lightly! She has also been a Scouting volunteer for almost 30 years starting with the Cubs, going to Boy Scouts, and then on to Venturing.  In between, Ann has been an active trainer in the District and Council for the same number of years.

For Cub Scouts, special guest Gary Itensen will talk about STEM and NOVA in the Cub breakout.


February 21, 2019  --  Personal Cooking in the Back-country

Our Scouts BSA Roundtable breakout will be pleased again to welcome guest presenter, one of Neuse River’s Commissioner and local Author, Chris Cancilla.

Chris will walk you through the steps of planning, packing, and preparing food in the back-country. Yes, there will be tastings! You don’t want to miss this breakout!


Past Roundtable Resources

November 2018 - Boy Scout Roundtable Resources: COLD WEATHER CAMPING

November featured one of Neuse River’s Commissioners and local Author, Chris Cancilla. Cold weather camping is the best!  No bugs and no bees, a peaceful camping experience. But what about YOU staying warm, how can you ensure you do not turn into a Scout-cicle!  November was filled with tips for sleeping in cold weather, cooking in cold weather, and generally living in cold weather for a couple days. You can download a copy of his handout if you missed this great break-out session.

You can contact anyone on the District staff to learn more about Roundtable.  Here are a few names to get you started:

Heather Fuhriman
Assistant District Commissioner - Roundtable

Boy Scout Roundtable Commissioner

Bethie Taylor
Cub Scout Roundtable Commissioner