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Back Issues

  AuSablian Back Issues

Commissioners

Attendance Rewards

Summer 05 fold me like an accordion. 

Ideas

District Award of Merit for AuSable 

Gingerbread Houses

'02  '03  '04

Paddle Travel

Photos 

Resources

Recognitions

Staff

RoundTable Notes

Other ...

AuSable District Pack Links:

3944

3981 

3991

 

To see what's happening in our Lake Huron Area Council,

click on the above image.

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Cub Scout Leader's Resources...

Click on any underlined items below to see other pages or sites.

Our very own online Newsletter...

the AUSABLIAN

  • 'Right Click' on the "U" above, slide to the 'file' column above, then slide down to "save target as".  Pick where you want the file to appear on your hard drive,  where you want to see it later.  Wait a few moments for it to move then, open it.  

  • A 'Left Click' on the "U" will take a much, much, longer time, since it downloads Adobe and then opens the file directly onto your own server, and immediately opens the file directly on your screen.  To return here, just use the 'back arrow' at the top of your screen.

Council's Newsletter is...

the Scouter

Other BSA literature:

the Scouting Magazine

Boy's Life

out the Paddle's  TRAVELS

Who's got Snack?!?

Yearly Calendar

Publicity

District Dinner

is Saturday, February 7, 2004 in Skidway @ the Lake American Legion beginning @ 5:30 p.m.  Registrations are due soon.  Contact smjacobs15@yahoo.com.

Commissioner Info

Look below...

Religious Awards

or 1-800-933-7729

Webelos to Scouts Transition

TRAINING

  • Easy Training Links...

  1. Cub Scout Leader Fast Start Training is a video tape which should be in every pack's resource library and should be viewed by all leaders within a week of their becoming a Cub Scout Leader. 
  2. Click on Training listed above to become familiar with BSA's new  program.
  3. For BSA SERVICE CENTER contact them materials, training information, and forms.
  4. Does your unit need trainingContact Brad Murray with which areas (Committee persons, Den or Webelos leaders, CubMaster, Charter Reps, etc.) and provide alternative dates with times and our District's Training Team will bring the training personnel to you!
  5. Attend Round Tables!

Remember trained leadership keeps the Cub Scouting program on track and creates better retention of boys to our program.

Other Scouting Resources:

National BSA

Philmont 

the Scout Shop

 

Youth Protection online

 

Wood Badge

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AuSable District  Commissioners

  1. What are Commissioners and what do they do?  Scouting has built-in "customer service representatives", our Unit Commissioners!  They are experienced folks who are there to help your unit succeed in whatever you do in scouting! not just rechartering.  Whether you have a question, problem, or just need some good advice, your Unit Commissioner is only a phone call (or e-mail) away.

  2. Who are they?  Here is the list of AuSable's Commissioners who are ready to help you with whatever Scouting curve ball comes your way:

  1. Bob Jacobs            District Commissioner                 989-728-3040

smjacobs15@yahoo.com                 Assigned Units: 911, 959, 974, 990, 

3900, 3911, & 3990

  1. Julie Sekely        Assistant District Commissioner    989-685-2644

     carpenter48@m33access.com                         Assigned Units: 975, 

    3975, 3980, & 3991

  1. Mark Hopewell                Unit Commissioner            989-345-5357 

hopewelm@mybluelight.com      Assigned Units: 971, 980, 982, 983, 991, 

3971, & 3982

  1. Dave Lauria                Unit Commissioner                   989-821-5303        

    cookiebaker52@hotmail.com        Assigned Units: 944, 955, 979, 993, 995, 

3944, 3981, & 3993

  1. Linda Hall       Cub Scout Roundtable Commissioner        989-685-2908

            ausablian@yahoo.com  

 http://vanll.m33access.com/ausable03/lhachome.htm  

 

  1. Howard Scheer  Boy Scout Roundtable Commissioner   989-821-9614

hscheer@voyager.net

 

  1. How many commissioners should we have?  We should one (1) commissioner for every three (3) units be them Cub or Boy Scouts.

  2. Want more information about being a commissioner?  As a District, we should have at least 5 more Commissioners, so if you or someone you know would like more information on Commissioner Service, please contact Brad Murray or one of our current Commissioners.

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