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Cubscout Roundtable Commissioner: Jeff Deptola

Scouts BSA Roundtable Commissioner-VACANT

Roundtable Commissioner-Donna Williams


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Meeting Schedule

District Roundtables are held the second Thursday of every month at the

Timucua District Roundtable

Kings Avenue Baptist Church
2602 S Kings Ave
Brandon, FL 33511

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7:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. – Roundtable

Bring a friend to Roundtable!  We would like to see at least one person from every unit at Roundtable.

Roundtables play a significant role in providing continuous supplemental training for unit leaders as well as important networking opportunities. This monthly event provides program topic guidance and structure suggestions for unit all leaders. Bring Scouters, parents and anyone from your unit and learn how you can make the Scouting program more fun for our youth.


District Commissioner Meetings are held the fourth Thursday of every month. 

6:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
District Committee Meetings are held the fourth Thursday of every month

Who’s Invited: All Unit Charter Organization Representatives, District Committee Members and Commissioners

7:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.

A service project is a special Good Turn that puts Scout spirit into action. Projects can take many forms such as a community cleanup, repairing a place of worship, improving a wildlife habitat, or organizing a recycling effort. Start now reporting all service hours. It is a key measurement goal in the Journey to Excellence program. Don’t miss out on valuable points for your JTE unit award.

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Unit Commissioners

Scouting:  A Volunteer with a Purpose – Unit Commissioner

Make an IMPACT statement by working with a unit (Unit = Pack, Troop or Crew) on being the behind the scene leadership on building youth with Character.

Bring your life experiences, education, and perspective, and in return, you will have an opportunity to combine those skills and experiences in a career that values and respects others.  Since 1910, the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) has helped change lives and build future leaders of this country by combining educational and outdoor adventure activities with lifelong value and fun.  While the BSA has a major focus on the development of young men, the BSA also has co-educational programs, such as Venturing, available to both young men and young women.

  • Bring your experiences to our district as a Unit Commissioner. The Commissioners mission is to keep Units operating at maximum efficiency so they can deliver a quality program to a growing membership. The Commissioners role is to develop strength within the Unit by providing program resources, and acting as the liaison between the Unit and the District and Council. This helps Units provide the best possible Scouting program, which ultimately helps assure that individual Scouts have the best opportunity to achieve their best.
  • CEO, CFO, Parent, Retired Professional, Baker, Indian Chief, Eagle Scouts, Worker-Bee alike – all of you can be a commissioner.


Pèthakhuwe Chapter

Pèthakhuwe Chapter serves the Arrowmen of Timucua and Thunderbird Districts. Pèthakhuwe (Peh-tah-kuu-way) means Thunder Spirit.



Upcoming Events:

Timucua District Program Preview – April 8th, 2021

No Roundtable in July

Meet the Troops – November 11th, 2021 (starts at 6:30)

Timucua District Campfire  December 2nd, 2021 at Kings Ave. Baptist Church.

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