Chippewa District Roundtable Thursday February 8

United Methodist Church of Utica, 8650 Canal Road, Sterling Heights @ 7 PM.

Our roundtable staffs have put together an exciting program for February’s Roundtable.

Cub Scouts:

Boy Scout Topics: Earning T-2-1 In 12 Months and Recruiting Adults

Venturing:  There is no Venturing RT this month. See you in March.

There will be S.T.E.M. training beginning at 6 PM.

Chippewa District Dinner April 26

distawardofmeritWhat: Come help us celebrate  Chippewa District and recognize Scouters who have gone above and beyond the call of duty.

Who: Chippewa District Scouters

When: April 26th

Where:  Candlelight Wedding Chapel and Banquet Hall – 2108 Auburn Rd., Shelby Township

Tickets are available at Chippewa monthly roundtables

On-line registration coming soon.

Cost: $21.00 per person.

 Arrive:  6:00pm – Social hour; dinner served at 6:30 pm.

Don’t miss out on a chance to recognize a member of your pack, troop, or crew.

Visit the Chippewa District web page to find out about the Unit Award of Appreciation and how to submit a member of your unit.

Unit Award of Appreciation recipients will be recognized at the District Dinner. Unit Award of Appreciation forms will be available soon.

Nomination form for the District Award of Merit  


Venturing Officers Association Spaghetti Dinner-March 9

Image result for venturing officers association logo  Spaghetti Dinner

GLFSC VOA Crew Night

When?  Friday March 9

Where? St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church, 5500 N. Adams Rd., Troy

Who?  Anyone interested in Venturing and is 14 years old or 13 and completed the eighth grade should attend.

Why? To learn about “Venturing”, an inclusive program for young men and women that teaches life-long skills and offers high adventure opportunities.

Contact:  Dave Putt,

Chippewa Super Day of Training–April 14

Leader Position-Specific Training Extravaganza Super Day of Training Apr14

Hosted By Chippewa District

Join us for a day of training for everyone! 

Only $10.00 for the entire day!

Saturday, April 14, 2018

St. Isidore Catholic Church

18201 23 Mile Rd, Macomb, MI 48042


Position-Specific Trainings

Youth Protection Training – 8:00am – 9:00am

(Open to all Cub Scout, Boy Scout, Team, Venturing, and Sea Scout Units)

Charter Organization Representative (COR) – 1:00pm – 4:30pm

(Open to all Cub Scout, Boy Scout, Team, Venturing, and Sea Scout Units)

Tiger/Wolf/Bear/Webelos Den / Asst Den Leader- 9:00am – 12:30pm

Cubmaster / Assistant Cubmaster – 9:00am – 12:30pm

Pack Committee Challenge 1:00pm – 4:30pm

Scoutmaster / Assistant Scoutmaster – 1:00pm – 5:00pm

Troop Committee Challenge – 9:00am – 12:30pm

Venturing Advisor – 9:00am – 12:30pm

Crew Committee Challenge – 1:00pm – 5:00pm

Pre-registration is highly recommended.  You may register on-line at the following link:

For questions or more information, please contact Nick Butts at: – (586) 855-3848

SPECIAL TRAINING OFFER:  Bring your Unit’s Key 3 (Chartered Organization Representative, Committee Chair, and the Cubmaster/Scoutmaster/Coach/Advisor/Skipper) to be trained or the “Trained” certificates for your Key 3 and have 50% of the course cost refunded to your unit’s participants.

Camp Card Sales

Camp Card

Units that sign up by 1/12/18 will get their cards at February Roundtables.

Units that sign up by 2/2/18 will get their cards at March Roundtables.

Qualify for a FREE 2018 MCC Summer Camp by selling:


For example, if your Scout wants to attend Camp Rotary for a week of Boy Scout Resident Camp, by selling 200 Camp Cards, they will qualify to attend FREE.

  • ·        Ideal fundraiser to send your Scouts to camp!
  • ·        Units get 50% Commission on all sales
  • ·        Each card sells for $5
  • ·        Open to all units (Packs, Troops, Crews, Ships, Posts, Clubs)
  • ·        Customer can register card online and select additional premium discounts for a savings

·        No risk sale – no charge for unsold cards (once returned to Council)

Beginning on February 10, each of our Scouts will have a great opportunity to sell Camp Cards offering discounts on purchases made from national and local vendors.  The cards will be sold for $5 each and $2.50 from each card will go back to your Unit to help your Scouts pay the cost of their camping adventures and other experiences. This is a tremendous opportunity for our Scouts to polish their sales techniques and pay their way.

Units that sign up by January 12, 2018 will get their cards at February Roundtables.   Even though the Camp Card sale doesn’t start until February, we encourage all Scouts to start thinking about potential customers which could include parents, grandparents, Popcorn customers, or just about anybody else who loves to save money and get a good deal.

Card Sample – Below

Register (no risk!) –

Has your unit scheduled their 2018 Friends of Scouting presentation?

Friends of Scouting (FOS) is an annual fundraising campaign that gives families, friends, alumni and business and community organizations an opportunity to support Scouting.

Our Friends of Scouting annual fundraising campaign helps provide:

  • Every youth the opportunity to be a Scout, no matter their economic circumstances
  • First-class camping programs
  • Support and training for volunteer leaders
  • Recruitment materials for every unit
  • Online resources
  • Professional staff that serves every community

To schedule a short Family Friends of Scouting presentation at one of your upcoming unit meetings please contact Vince Cinquegrani ( or Keegan Springfield (

Membership Fee Increase Begins on December 1, 2017

BSA Membership fees will be raised to $33 per year beginning on December 1, 2017.  The increase applies to both scouts and adult leaders and is for the year 2018.  Therefore, when you recharter your unit this fall you need to pay $33 plus $1 insurance for every scout and adult leader.

However, since the increase is for the year 2018 and is not effective until December 1, we will continue to use the current fee of $25/year plus $1 insurance for any scouts or leaders that join in September, October or November. 2017. However, the amount you pay for the new scout/leader is pro-rated because the year ends December 31.

Example:  If a scout or adult leader joins in September–turn in a payment of  $8 plus $1 insurance (total = $9) with the application to cover them until the end of 2017. When you add them to your charter for 2018, you will pay $33 and $1 insurance for them to cover next year regardless if they joined in September, October or November.

The pro-rated fee for scouts joining in October is $6 and $1 insurance.  For November, it is $4 and $1 insurance.


Roundtable at Utica United Methodist Church

Roundtable is the second Thursday of each Month.

Utica United Methodist Church
8650 Canal Road
Sterling Heights, MI 48314

We look forward to seeing all of you there at 7pm!!!

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District Dinner Programs

Archive of District Dinner Programs (.pdf files)

Chippewa District Dinner Program 2017

Chippewa District Dinner Program 2016

Chippewa District Dinner Program 2015

Chippewa District Dinner Program 2014

Chippewa District Dinner Program 2013

Chippewa District Dinner Program 2012

Chippewa District Dinner Program 2011

Macomb District Dinner Program 2010

Ojibwa District Dinner Program 2010