WE’RE JUST N.U.T.S. OVER THIS SPECIAL TRAINING EVENT
New Unit Training Symposium (N.U.T.S.)
The ever-popular University of Scouting, an annual event sponsored by the Great Salt Lake Council, is taking a one-year vacation in 2019. Why? With many new units forming, the Council has received multiple requests from both new leaders and seasoned leaders looking for survival tools to ensure program success as we press forward leading more traditional scouting units. N.U.T.S was developed as a response to those requests. N.U.T.S. Is designed with the unit in mind. Please attend as a unit group. Instead of individual classes, leaders will be taught as unit groups.
N.U.T.S. INFO AT A GLANCE
DATE: Saturday, November 9th, 2019 TIME: 8:00 A.M.
PLACE: Layton Lodge at Camp Tracy.
COST: $20 per unit (bring as many adult leaders in your Chartered Organization as you want for this one price) $7 per individual - not affiliated with a unit (yet)
DURATION: It is anticipated that formal training will be over around noon. Please stay for the Cracker Barrell and informal discussion.
REGISTER: Click HERE to register
WHY ATTEND N.U.T.S.?
Even seasoned leaders, especially those whose service has been solely with the Great Salt Lake Council, will need to develop expertise in these areas:
How to successfully bridge Cubs to Scouts BSA
All girl dens and all girl troops
Older youth retention
Program planning is essential
Resources for new units
Budgeting and financing
Fund raisers that work
Risk management and insurance
New leader development
Youth leadership training
The Patrol Method
COST: $15.00 per participant before 8/26/2019
$20.00 per participant after 8/26/2019
Optional Breakfast: $5.00 per participant
Optional Pre-shoot: $4.00 per participant
REFUND POLICY: Receive 50 percent refund if cancellation made before September 3. No refunds after September 3 and no refund for no-shows
TRAINING: The CAS event training is free to all available youth.
It is a requirement that all youth under 21 attends one, two-hour training session prior to the event. There are 6 available sessions to choose from. (See schedule below)
NOTE: If you have the training previously, you do not have to take it again. You will
have to show your training card at the event to participate.
PRE-SHOOT: The CAS Pre-shoot/Service Project sessions are available to allow participants shooting practice for two CAS timed event stages and will allow them to complete one hour of service at the range.
There are 6 available sessions to choose from. You may choose to participate in one to all 6 sessions. (See schedule below)
EVENT FEES INCLUDE: Event registration, Friday night western entertainment program, award recognition for best outfit and alias story, ammunition, use of firearms, and the best Older Scout western shooting experience. There is an extra charge for pre-shoot and western style chuck-wagon breakfast.
When registering, include the youth and adults options:
Youth and Adult Chuckwagon Breakfast
Youth and Adult Pre-Shoot available times (6 sessions)
Youth Training Sessions times (6 sessions) ensure adult comes with youth.
Cowboy Action Shoot Sheriffs Badge
2 ¾ by 2 ¾ inch Shiny Copper 5 star with silver 6 shooter pistol inlaid sheriffs badge is proud to sponsor this sheriffs badge
to all youth and adults of scouting.
Pre-Event Sales - Cost is $17.00
It is part of registration process or pre-sales order form below.
Be the first to wear your Sheriffs Badge and start your
tradition to wear it at the event.
What is Scout Sabbath?
“The BSA’s Calendar of Religious Dates lists Feb. 8 and 9, 2019, as Scout Sabbath.
Scout Sabbath (also called Scout Shabbat), for Jewish Scout units, begins at sundown on Friday, Feb. 8, and continues into the next day.
Though the National Jewish Committee on Scouting has designated Feb. 8-9 as Scout Sabbath for 2019, some councils or units will celebrate the occasion on other days.
You’re advised to check with your council or local Jewish Committee on Scouting to verify the date.”
From Bryan On Scouting
What is Scout Sunday?
“The BSA’s Calendar of Religious Dates lists Feb. 10, 2019, as “Scout Sunday, interfaith.” It lists Feb. 17, 2019, as “Scout Sunday, United Methodist.”
But those are just guidelines. The BSA says a local church may celebrate “on the Sunday most acceptable to the pastor and congregation.” So check with your chartered organization representative or faith leader.
Depending on your faith organization, Scout Sunday could be held any Sunday in February. It could be Feb. 3, Feb. 10, Feb. 17 or even Feb. 24.
In the past, Scout Sunday was always held on the Sunday before the birthday of the BSA on Feb. 8. Realizing that each chartered organization has a unique schedule of worship, the BSA no longer uses that guideline.
Looking for Scout Sunday stuff? Shop here for the official patch, pin and program cover.”