Get Baloo for Cubbing (Basic Adult Leader Outdoor Orientation)

Get BALOO   

Basic Adult Leader Outdoor Orientation

This training introduces Cub Scout leaders and parents to the skills needed to plan and conduct pack outdoor activities, particularly pack camping.

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Date:        Saturday, June 10, 2017

Time:        8:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Location: Grace Presbyterian Church

Address:   9720 US Highway 85 N, Highlands Ranch, CO  80125

Cost:        $15.00/person (includes lunch)

Register at: http://www.denverboyscouts.org/event/basic-adult-leader-outdoor-orientation-baloo-c32-t/2124912

Registration Ends: Thursday, June 8, 2017

CANCELLATION POLICY – Plan ahead as there will be no refunds. You will be able to transfer your registration to another class.

Contact:    Kathy Allen, Timberline District Training Chair:    escrowkathy@hotmail.com

This is the last BALOO training being offered until September 2017

Merit Badge College, Saturday April 9, 8:00 AM Red Rocks Community College Lakewood

Need a Merit Badge? Interested in any of the Following?

American Cultures

Animal Science

Chess

Citizenship in the Community

Citizenship in the Nation

Citizenship in the World

Communication

Cooking

Crime Prevention

Disabilities Awareness

Emergency Preparedness

Entrepreneurship

Enviromental Science

Family Life

Fingerprinting

First Aid

Game Design

Geocaching

Intro to Leadership Skills for Troops (ILST)

Law

Leatherwork

Medicine

Nature

Nuclear Science

Personal Management

Public Speaking

Safety

Salesmanship

Scouting Heritage

Search and Rescue

Space Exploration

Sustainability

Sustainability

Traffic Safety

Wood Carving

Tomorrow at Red Rocks Community College is Merit Badge College. Be there before 7:30 AM to register to see if you can fit into a class.

Journey to Excellence is Starting to Show up On Reports

You can Download the report dated 2/15/17 here: jte_dashboard_report-2-15-17

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Or View a Spreadsheet of the Report Below

Criterion Description Year Month Effective Date Council Number Council Name District Number District Name Determined Measure Value Performance Measure Value Points Level
1 Fundraising Performance 2017 1 January 31, 2017 061 Denver Area Council 11 Timberline Meet or exceed dollar goals 3,765 None 0 0
2 Fundraising Manpower 2017 1 January 31, 2017 061 Denver Area Council 11 Timberline Meet or exceed manpower goals 0 None 0 0
3 Market Share 2017 1 January 31, 2017 061 Denver Area Council 11 Timberline Total members/ TAY 0.0 Percent improved over last year 0.0 0 0
4 Membership Growth 2017 1 January 31, 2017 061 Denver Area Council 11 Timberline Membership % growth over prior year 1.1 None 100 2
5 New Member Recruiting 2017 1 January 31, 2017 061 Denver Area Council 11 Timberline New Cub Scouts/ TAY 0.0 Increase in new members 9 75 1
6 Youth Retention 2017 1 January 31, 2017 061 Denver Area Council 11 Timberline Percent youth retained 81.2 Percentage points increase 2.4 200 3
7 Cub Scout Advancement 2017 1 January 31, 2017 061 Denver Area Council 11 Timberline Percent earning at least 1 rank 3.5 Percentage points increase 1.2 75 1
8 Boy Scout Advancement 2017 1 January 31, 2017 061 Denver Area Council 11 Timberline Percent earning at least 1 rank 3.1 Percentage points increase 0.0 25 1
9 Cub Scout Camping 2017 1 January 31, 2017 061 Denver Area Council 11 Timberline Cub Scouts camping/ June 30 members 35.7 Percentage points increase 3.2 25 1
10 Boy Scout Camping 2017 1 January 31, 2017 061 Denver Area Council 11 Timberline Boy Scouts camping/ June 30 members 67.1 Percentage points increase 10.7 100 3
11 Community Service 2017 1 January 31, 2017 061 Denver Area Council 11 Timberline Hours per member 0.2 Hours per member increase 0.0 0 0
12 Unit Retention/Growth 2017 1 January 31, 2017 061 Denver Area Council 11 Timberline Percent units retained 99.0 Increase in new units 0.0 200 3
13 Unit Contacts 2017 1 January 31, 2017 061 Denver Area Council 11 Timberline Percent units with 6 or more contacts in a year 14.1 None 50 1
14 Unit Performance 2017 1 January 31, 2017 061 Denver Area Council 11 Timberline Percent units rated bronze or above 11.1 None 0 0
15 District Committee 2017 1 January 31, 2017 061 Denver Area Council 11 Timberline Count of committee members 46 Count of district officers (part of determined measure) 5 200 3
16 Unit Leadership 2017 1 January 31, 2017 061 Denver Area Council 11 Timberline Percent contact leaders trained 41.4 Percentage points increase 2.9 100 1

Alpine Search and Rescue is Offering Backcountry Safety Classes

Alpine Rescue Team’s 2017 Backcountry Safety Series

Join us at our HQ at El Rancho for this new series of free classes and programs. Seating is limited, so register by clicking on the links below.

March 30, 6:30 PM – Backcountry navigation – Learn to use a compass and a map! Limited to 16.

April 6, 6:30 PM – Backcountry navigation – Learn to use a compass and a map! Limited to 16.

May 22, 7:00 PM – Technical Rock Climbing Safety. Limited to 40.

June 15, 7:00 PM – Mountain Biking Safety. Limited to 40.

June 22, 7:00 PM – Tips for Climbing Fourteeners and Other Backcountry Adventures: Lessons learned from the front lines of mountain rescue! Limited to 40.

September 23, all day Annual Alpine Safety Fair

November – TBA – The 10 Essentials, bivouac and emergency procedures, testing emergency kits.

December 7, 7:00 PM – Avalanche Awareness.

RTD’s El Rancho Park n’ Ride is across the street. Please use our lower, dirt lot – DO NOT block the Alpine Rescue Team garage doors.

For More Information or to Register for a Class go Here!

Roundtable and Holiday Extravaganza Tonight

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The Holidays are here!!!

First Thursday of the month so that means we have roundtable tonight at the LDS Church, 9227 W Dartmouth Pl, Lakewood, CO 80227. Roundable starts at 7:00 PM.

We’ll also have to training’s going on prior to roundtable.

Using My.Scouting.org and Cubmaster Training. If you need either of these training’s (and who doesn’t need trained in My.Scouting.org!)  email Eric Smith (ericevan.smith@comcast.net) or Kathy Allen (escrowkathy@hotmail.com) and let them know you are coming.  (Or just show up……) Training starts at 6:00 PM

Our District Director Cheyann Thunberg still needs rosters from units and applications turned in ASAP. Do not wait until charter renewal to do so. I have found over 50 unregistered from roster checks so far.

Our Investment in Character Campaign is starting for 2017.  We need 2017 unit IC presentation information so we can schedule unit IC’s presentations  Cheyann will have a form Units can fill out at RT.

If you have not made your 2016 IC contribution for this year, Tuesday December 6 is the best day to do it.  That is Colorado Gives Day and yourearth_ornament_1600_clr_1547 contribution will be increased on that day. Go to the website and make your contribution.  https://www.coloradogives.org/DenverAreaCouncilBSA/overview

Thank you!

 

Last Name First Name Phone Email Current BSA Job
Allen Kathy (303) 503-2095 escrowkathy@hotmail.com Training Chairman
Danielson Mike   mdanielsonpack572@gmail.com Membership Chairman
Harper Mike 720-219-2172 timberlinewebeloweekend@gmail.com Webelos Weekend Chairman
Johnson Scott (303) 726-4752 sjohnson@rmnc.com Council ADC – Scoutbook
Merkling John   jrmerkling@comcast.net Scout Roundtable
Mocilac Charles   mocilaccj@yahoo.com District Advancement Chairman
Monax Paul  (303) 909-6256 paul@paulmonax.com Camping Chairman
Moss Jim (720) 334-8529 BSA.Rec.Law@gmail.com Timberline District Chairman
Pratt DeWayne (720) 468-8588 dj_pratt@comcast.net Program Chairman
Quartermass Barb (720) 299-1300 barbyq22@yahoo.com Assistant Council Commissioner – Training
Reynolds Bill   lakewoodbilly@q.com OA Adult Recognition
Smerchek Dana (303) 902-3378 cptmidnite640@gmail.com Assistant District Chairman
Thunberg Cheyann 720 266 2130 Cheyann.Thunberg@Scouting.org Timberline District Director
Yexley Steve (303) 506-9210 smyexley@COMCAST.NET Timberline District Commissioner