Pre-Roundtable Training: Pack Committee and Troop Committee Challenge

If you are a new committee member or a seasoned pro come and check out the committee member training and how you can get the most out of your Pack or Troop committee.

GET

 Thursday, March 1, 2018, at 6PM (before Roundtable)

We are offering:

Pack Committee Challenge

and

Troop Committee Challenge

Location: LDS Dartmouth Bldg. (9227 W Dartmouth Ave., Lakewood CO 80227)

Contact Kathy Allen (escrowkathy) with questions

 If you cannot attend training, please take the time to take online training

at https://my.scouting.org/

Tim Purvis | Timberline District Executive
Boy Scouts of America
Denver Area Council
10455 West Sixth Avenue | Suite 100
Denver, CO 80215

C 719-351-4447
P 720.266.2163 | F 303.455.4689
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Need Help? Need to Turn in a Charter? Have an Issue You Need to Discuss with Our Professionals: They’re Available

Greetings Timberline,

Cheyann and I will be out and about in an attempt to make ourselves a little more accessible. If you have charters that need to be turned in, questions that you need help with, or simply just want to stop in and chat we will be available this Wednesday and Next Thursday.

Feel free to stop by anytime.

2-18-18

4-6 pm

12408 W Alameda Pkwy, Lakewood, CO 80228

3-8-18

1:30 -3:30 pm

Starbucks inside Safeway.

27152 Main St, Conifer, CO 80433

Thank you,

Tim Purvis | Timberline District Executive
Boy Scouts of America
Denver Area Council
10455 West Sixth Avenue | Suite 100
Denver, CO 80215

C 719-351-4447
P 720.266.2163 | F 303.455.4689
denverboyscouts.org
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It’s True, You Don’t Make Mistakes Unless You are Trying

I hope that in this year to come, you make mistakes. Because if you are making mistakes, then you are making new things, trying new things, learning, living, pushing yourself, changing yourself, changing your world. You’re doing things you’ve never done before, and more importantly, you’re doing something.

― Neil Gaiman

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11,844 Youth Attended a Denver Summer Camp Last Summer

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2018 Summer Camp registration is now open! Camping and the outdoors is such an essential part of the Scouting experience, and we can assist your pack, troop, crew, or post with planning and running your next exciting adventure into the natural world; from summer camps to weekend programs to day-long introductory courses.

REGISTER NOW

Celebrate the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act 50th Anniversary

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Hi there,

2018 is the 50th Anniversary of the passage of theWild & Scenic River Act.

“Every River Has A Story. Every Great Adventure Story Has a River. Every River Story Includes Gear That Helped Us Make the Adventure Possible.”

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It was great meeting at Outdoor Retailer. As I mentioned, we have joined forces with Jim Moss, Recreational Law to create a web platform for individuals to share their story of a meaningful river experience and the gear that made it possible. The web platform will allow individuals to post a story, note or sentence and upload a photo of the gear and the river to share. The user-generated contributions will be available on a story page for others to see and share.

Jim and I would appreciate your consideration in having your company participate. The anniversary project will run from March 1, 2018 to October 15, 2018. There are three ways your participation will help us promote this celebration project:

1. Join our growing list of sponsors
Lend your company’s name to our co-sponsor list. The logos of our co-sponsors will appear across a prominent scrolling banner at the bottom of the webpage, as well as listed in all other materials developed for distribution to the public and those who submit user content.

2. Send out one piece of gear
Donate one piece of equipment that will be awarded to a participant who submits a story. Individuals who submit a story and are approved for publication will automatically be entered into a drawing for one of the donated gear items. The winners will be announced on October 16, 2018. Winners will be asked to use the gear they won in an outdoor activity and submit photos to post via Instagram using the donating company’s hashtags and handles in their post.

3. Join us in promotion
Assist us in promoting this user-content recognition of this historic anniversary by relaying this project to your community and tribe through your social channels and direct communication. Promotion also includes placing a link to the anniversary webpage on your site during the period of time mentioned. Link and imagery will be provided.

I look forward to talking with you about this celebration and means to promote conservation of our rivers.

Sincerely,

Ron Smith

Editor in Chief

The Digital Outdoorsman
303-204-4525

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Love Philmont or want to head there? There is a new list serve devoted to Philmont Scout Ranch

One of the best ways to learn about a place is to talk to people who’ve been there. The more you learn about Philmont before you go, the more fun you’ll have when you get there.

This list Serve Philmont Scout Ranch presents the opportunity to ask questions and respond to questions about Philmont, backpacking and Scouting at Philmont.

If you are thinking or planning to head to Cimarron, jump on this list serve.

If you’ve been, sign up also to help those that are going.

go Here to Sign up

2018 Camp Card Sale Sign-up – Earn Your Way to Summer Camp!

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2018 Camp Cards are Coming!

How the Camp Card Sale Works:

  • The Camp Card is designed to help units fund their way to 2018 camp programs.
  • This is a risk-free, product sales project where all Scouts can earn their way to a Denver Area Council Camp, 2018 Philmont Trek, other activities or simply support unit programs or supply needs.
  • Each Camp Card will sell for only $5.00 to the public and will have multiple food, entertainment, and service discounts for the consumer to use throughout the year.
  • The participating unit will keep up to 50% commission from the sale of each Camp Card.
  • Commissions can be earned 3 ways! 1) Sell Camp Cards to receive 20% Commission, 2) Participate in the 2018 Scout Show to receive another 20% Commission, and 3) Attend a Camp Card Kickoff to receive 10% Commission.

Attend a Kickoff to receive 10% Commission AND your Camp Cards before March 1st! If you do not attend a kickoff, Camp Cards are available for pick up on or after March 1st at the Hamilton Scout Headquarters or at Roundtable.

The Scout Show will be on April 28, 2018 at the National Western Stock Show Complex. Register for a booth here to participate. Camp Cards also admit the entire family to the Scout Show!

Helpful Links:

More Information

Order Camp Cards

Register for North Camp Card Kick-off – Tuesday, February 13, 2018

Register for South Camp Card Kick-off – Tuesday, February 20, 2018

New Program and App to Provide First Aid to Everyone in the US!

I wanted to make sure you were aware of a new, life-saving program called citizenAID North America (citizenAID), which is launching in the U.S. next week.

CitizenAID’s mission is simple: to save lives in times of crisis. In order to do so, citizenAID provides the public with both the tools and knowledge to save lives before first responders and medical professionals arrive on the scene.

In order to disseminate life-saving knowledge, citizenAID developed a free mobile application, which is now available on the App Store and Google Play. In addition to the app, citizenAID has created short, online courses taught by leading experts in safety and emergency medicine and comprehensive public treatment kits, which contain emergency response equipment – like tourniquets and medical supplies.

TODAY: New Life-Saving Public Preparedness Program Launches in the United States

citizenAID North America Brings Disaster Response System to the US from the UK

WASHINGTON – Today citizenAID North America (citizenAID) officially launched in the U.S., uniting comprehensive public treatment kits and online training and curriculum – all specific to disaster preparedness – in one place for the first time.

citizenAID is a system of immediate actions the public can take to save lives – either their own or those around them – should they be caught in any act of violence or act of nature where multiple people are injured. citizenAID was designed to educate, empower, and equip the average citizen to save lives during the time between point of wounding and professional medical care arriving.

In order to distribute this knowledge broadly, citizenAID has developed a free mobile application available now on the App Store and Google Play. In addition to the app, citizenAID also provides:

  1. Public Treatment Kits: citizenAID has created kits and wall stations in various sizes for schools, community spaces, offices, and public transportation hubs.
  2. Online Training & Curriculum: citizenAID offers online training that leverages the knowledge of our Subject Matter Experts (SMEs), who have spent decades working in emergency response. This curriculum will be available for download on our website in early February 2018.

citizenAID’s mission is simple: To save lives in times of crisis.

Learn More Here.

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citizenAID Fact Sheet – EMBARGOED until 02062018 6AM EST.pdf

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Need Tax Credits this year? Donate to the BSA and see how you can save on your State and Federal Income Taxes

If you make a Gift of $3000.00
And you are in a 28% Federal and a 4.63% State Tax Brackets
You will have the following savings
Colorado State Itemized Deduction: $139.00
Colorado Income Tax Credit of $1500.00
Federal Income Itemized Deduction of $840.00
After tax cost of your $3,000 gift will be $521.00
To see more download this! Child Care Tax Credit
And consult your Tax Advisor