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Roundtable meets the first Tuesday of the month. 7:30 PM at the LDS church, 750 E. Ave J, Lancaster, CA

If you want to be on the agenda at the Roundtable meeting, see Ray Jones prior to the meeting so he can add you to the agenda.

What is Roundtable?

Was there a King Arthur? Was there a Camelot? Was there a Roundtable? There are three questions that may never be answered fully, but today we can say in our day there is at least a Roundtable! Scouting used the mythical Roundtable using the same mode used in days of yore. At the Roundtable, no one sat at the head of the table, not even the king. All were equal to sit and make comments and ask questions and add to the conversation.

In our Roundtable, we welcome all Scouters involved in the program from Tiger Cubs through Venturing. We have five breakout sections currently: One for Den Leaders, One for Cubmasters and Committee chairmen, One for Webelos Leaders, One for Scouting and Varsity Leaders, and one for Venturing Leaders.

The Antelope Valley District Roundtable is held oil the first Tuesday of each month at 7:30 pm at the LDS Church at 750 East Avenue J in Lancaster. We welcome all to attend. There is a mountain of information available, discussed and material handed out. We have a fair attendance, but feel our numbers should double to adequately reach the Scouters of the Antelope Valley. What makes a Roundtable successful is the assimilation of new people into the District. We can offer some New Leader training and other specialized training when needed. You will find out about District and Council events. And most important you will make yourself known to other fellow Scouters. We should be seeing many more of LDS leaders than we do. Cub Scout topics are presented in official monthly themes.

Boy Scout topics and Venturing discussions are pretty much decided on by those attending. Those leading the discussions have had years of rich experience going over this material.

We ask you to seriously consider attending our Roundtables. They occur only once a month, but what you take home can affect the lives of the youth you influence for a lifetime. We remain your servants in Scouting.

The breakout sessions for the Antelope Valley District Roundtable are as follows.

  • Committee Chairpersons and Cubmasters

  • Den Leaders

  • Webelos Leaders

  • Boy Scout Leaders

  • Varsity Leaders

  • Venturing Leaders


Boy Scouts of America - Western Los Angeles County Council - Antelope Valley District.

The Antelope Valley District Service Center office is located at 42402 N. 10th Street West, Suite G - Lancaster, CA. 93534

Service Center office is open Monday - Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. - Lunch 1:00 p.m.-1:30 p.m.
Phone: (661) 942-0582 - Fax: (661) 723-1450 - E-Mail: AVService@bsa-la.org

The Antelope Valley Scout Shop is located at 42402 N. 10th Street West, Suite F - Lancaster, CA. 93534

The Scout Shop is open Monday - Friday, 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. - Lunch 1:00 p.m.-1:30 p.m.

Saturday 10:00 am to 3:00 pm - Lunch 1:00 pm-1:30 pm
Phone number: (661) 942-7820

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