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					                                            POW WOW 2010
                                               January 9, 2010
                                             CPCC Levine Campus
On Saturday, January 9, 2010, Pow Wow 2010 will be held at CPCC’s Levine Campus. Courses listed below and described
on the back of this flyer are offered for Tiger Den Leaders, Wolf and Bear Den Leaders, Webelos Den Leaders, Cubmasters
and Pack Committee Members. Den Chief Training will also be offered, but registration information is on a separate flyer as
registration for this course cannot be done by electronic registration).

Registration by December 31, 2009 is recommended for those who want to be sure to be included in the count for
hand-outs and lunch!
Participants should come in uniform (if you have one), pen and paper for taking notes, an enthusiastic attitude, and a
willingness to have fun and learn!
The Training Committee reserves the right to cancel courses if an insufficient number pre-register for a course.
For additional info, contact Pow Wow Chief Kerry Farris at 704-517-6248 (cell) or kerry.farris@mccpack9.org.

                     8:15 am– 8:45 am     ** Check-in, receive course schedules **
                       Session Times            Circle the courses you want to take if registering on this form.
                             1                 • Crafts on a Budget
                         9:00 am –             • Cub Scout Science
                          10:15 am             • Pack Committee-Beyond the Basics
                                               • Webelos to Scout Transition
                                               • Great Pack Meetings
                                               • Ceremonies, Cheers, Songs & Skits
                                               ● Recognition & Supplemental Cub Scout Awards
                              2                • G.R.E.A.T. Packs
                         10:30 am –            • Outdoor Cooking
                          11:45 am             • Recruiting & Keeping New Leaders
                                               • Planning the Blue & Gold Banquet
                                               • Scout Computing
                                               • Cub Camping Essentials
                                               ● Knots! Knots! Knots!
                         12:00 pm –       Lunch - Blue and Gold Banquet (a simulation of the actual event, not
                           1:30 pm        a class that instructs how to plan one)
                               3               • Great Pack Meetings
                          1:45 pm –            • Outdoor Cooking
                            3:15 pm            • Planning the Webelos Outdoor Program
                                               • Administering Pinewood Derby Races
                                               • Let the Games Begin
                                               • Cub Camping Essentials
                                               ● Recognition & Supplemental Cub Scout Awards
                             4                 • Cub Scout Science
                         3:30 pm –             • Crafts on a Budget
                          4:45 pm              • Wood Projects
                                               • Scout Computing
                                               • Pack Committee-Beyond the Basics
                                               • Webelos to Scouts Transition
                                               ● Academics & Sports Belt Loops
Register on line at mcctraining.org           Mecklenburg County Council
(preferred method)                            Boy Scouts of America                             POW WOW 2010
Or mail registration and check to:            1410 East 7th Street
                                              Charlotte, NC 28204
Name:                                                                       Phone #
Address:                                                           City:                            Zip code:
District:                                                          Unit #
Scouting Position:                                                          e-mail:
                                                   Registration Fee - $20.00
9:00-10:15:
    1) Crafts on a Budget: Easy and low-cost craft ideas to take back and have fun with!
    2) Cub Scout Science: Cubs love to experiment. Tips on how to focus their inquisitive minds on productive Science
        projects.
    3) Pack Committee-Beyond the Basics: Want a dynamic and successful Pack Committee? Come and find out more,
        beyond those given in basic training, about the Committee positions and how they work to help the Pack go.
    4) Webelos to Scout Transition: Learn how the Pack and Troop can work together to promote Boy Scouting and
        ensure a smooth Webelos to Scout transition.
    5) Great Pack Meetings: Want to make the monthly Pack Meeting special and memorable for your boys? Hear tips on
        organizing them and on adding those special “pizzazz” touches.
    6) Ceremonies, Cheers, Songs & Skits: Get great ideas on how to make your meetings and ceremonies successful
        and FUN!
    7) Recognition & Supplemental Cub Scout Awards: There are lots of awards and patches Cub Scouts can earn: the
        BSA Crime Prevention Award, the BSA Family Award, the World Conservation Award, just to name a few. Learn how
        to integrate the supplemental awards into your den program.

10:30-11:45:
    1) G.R.E.A.T. Packs: What makes G.R.E.A.T. Packs succeed? Growth, Resources, Events, Activities and Training.
       Come and see how!
    2) Outdoor Cooking: Great ideas on teaching your Webelos how to cook. This course teaches the basic Scout skill of
       cooking on campouts.
    3) Recruiting & Keeping New Leaders: A successful program has boys happily advancing. This requires many adult
       hands, some of whom will be traveling along with the boys, eventually crossing over into Boy Scouts. This class
       covers ideas of constantly recruiting new adults to actively stay and participate in the Pack.
    4) Planning the Blue & Gold Banquet: Learn to put on a memorable Blue & Gold event. This class covers planning,
       organizing and presentation.
    5) Scout Computing: Computers-their role in Cub Scouting. Ideas to bring your Den or Pack into the 21st century.
    6) Cub Camping Essentials: Everything you want to know about camping, but were afraid to ask. Find out where to
       go, what to do, what to bring, and what to cook. This course will give you all of the essentials. NOTE: THIS IS NOT
       BALOO TRAINING.
    7) Knots! Knots! Knots!: Wondering what KNOT is that KNOT? Come grab a piece of rope and learn to teach your
       Scouts the knot requirements to fulfill the achievement and elective requirements in the Webelos, Bear, and Wolf
       handbooks. Learn how to make knot tying FUN.

1:45-3:15:
    1) Great Pack Meetings: Want to make the monthly Pack Meeting special and memorable for your boys? Hear tips on
        organizing them and on adding those special “pizzazz” touches.
    2) Outdoor Cooking: Great ideas on teaching your Webelos how to cook. This course teaches the basic Scout skill of
        cooking on campouts.
    3) Planning the Webelos Outdoor Program: Will help the Webelos leader plan an enjoyable outdoor program. Get
        ideas for Forester, Naturalist, and Outdoorsman activity pins.
    4) Administering Pinewood Derby Races: Every Pack loves the thrill of competition. Helpful pointers on running a
        successful Pinewood Derby race, one of the highlights of the Cub Scout year.
    5) Let the Games Begin: Learn hows and whys of creative Den and Pack games. Bring your energy!
    6) Cub Camping Essentials: Everything you want to know about camping, but were afraid to ask. Find out where to
        go, what to do, what to bring, and what to cook. This course will give you all of the essentials. NOTE: THIS IS NOT
        BALOO TRAINING.
    7) Recognition & Supplemental Cub Scout Awards: There are lots of awards and patches Cub Scouts can earn: the
        BSA Crime Prevention Award, the BSA Family Award, the World Conservation Award, just to name a few. Learn how
        to integrate the supplemental awards into your den program.

3:30-4:45:
    1) Cub Scout Science: Cubs love to experiment. Tips on how to focus their inquisitive minds on productive Science
        projects.
    2) Crafts on a Budget: Easy and low-cost craft ideas to take back and have fun with!
    3) Wood Projects: Will share tips for creating fun, safe and useful woodworking projects
    4) Scout Computing: Computers-their role in Cub Scouting. Ideas to bring your Den or Pack into the 21st century.
    5) Pack Committee-Beyond the Basics: Want a dynamic and successful Pack Committee? Come and find out more,
        beyond those given in basic training, about the Committee positions and how they work to help the Pack go.
    6) Webelos to Scouts Transition: Learn how the Pack and Troop can work together to promote Boy Scouting and
        insure a smooth Webelos to Scout transition.
    7) Academics & Sports Belt Loops: Learn how to plan and use the Sports and Academics program to encourage
        your Cub Scouts to learn about different sports and academic disciplines. We will help you promote fitness and
        scholarship in your den.

				
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