Cahokia Mounds

Cahokia Mounds Spring Camporee
May 2 - 4, 2014
Camp Sunnen


Cahokia Mounds Pinewood Derby
Cub Scouts, start your engines! The Cahokia Mounds District Pinewood Derby will be rolling into Highland High School on March 22 from 8a - 3:30p. Entry fee is $6 per boy if paid by Friday, March 14, $9 if paid after March 14, and $12 if paid at the door. Please follow this link to register, and this link for rules. Each pack may submit four boys of each rank: Tigers, Wolves, Bears, Webelos I, and Webelos II for a total of 20 boys per pack.


Cub Scout Leader Indoor Training, March 15th 8am-noon at First Christian Church in Edwardsville
Does your Pack have any new, untrained leaders or leaders changing positions? Cahokia Mounds District will host a Cub Scout Leader indoor training Saturday March 15th from 8:30-11:30am at First Christian Church located at 310 S. Main St. in Edwardsville. This is a great opportunity for all Cub Scout leaders to get BSA trained for their positions or for veterans to refresh their training. Break-out sessions will cover Cubmaster and Assistant Cubmaster, Tiger Cub Den Leader, Cub Scout Den Leader, Webelos Leader, and Pack Committee training. Additionally, this training is a great opportunity to meet other Scout leaders and share thoughts and ideas. Check-in at the event starts at 8am. Please follow this link to register.


Boy Scout Leader Indoor Training, March 15th 8:30am-4:30pm at Eden United Church of Christ in Edwardsville
Cahokia Mounds District will host a Boy Scout Leader indoor training for Scoutmasters and Assistant Scoutmasters on Saturday, March 15 starting at 8:30a at the Eden United Church of Christ (903 North Second Street) in Edwardsville. The training is a full day course and will end at approximately 4:30p. Lunch will not be provided so please bring a lunch or visit a local establishment.
All Scoutmasters and Assistants must complete Boy Scout Leader indoor training and Intro to Outdoor Leader Skills to be fully trained for their positions. Please encourage those in your Troop that are not fully trained to take advantage of the great training opportunities available. Additionally, this training is also an excellent opportunity to meet other Scout leaders and share thoughts and ideas.
Please  follow this link to register



Cub Scout Leaders,

The Cahokia Mounds District chapter of the Order of the Arrow, the Eecipoonkwia Chapter, will host a district-wide Webelos Crossover ceremony on Saturday, March 29 at Camp Warren Levis. Check-in will begin at 4p and the ceremony will begin at 5:30p. Bring your Scouts and their families. Please advise the Troop that you will be joining to attend so that they can receive you. Please wear uniforms and dress for the weather. In the event of rain, an alternative location will be decided.

To RSVP or for more information, please contact Bob Reinneck, Chapter Advisor, at reinneck@sbcglobal.net or at 618-978-2044.


Cahokia Mounds District Recognition Dinner, February 1

Celebrating all of the wonderful volunteers of the Cahokia Mounds District.  Congratulations to all of this year’s honorees!

 
 2014 Cahokia Mounds District Award of Merit Recipients
 
Curtis J
Curtis James
 Jeff B
Jeff Baer
 Jim H
Jim Hesse
 
 
 2014 Cahokia Mounds District Dinner Photos
 
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The Cahokia Mounds District covers parts of Bond and Madison counties in Illinois.

District Personnel:
District Chairman: Dr. Robert Daiber 
District Commissioner: Bob Smejkal
Membership Chair: Dave Padgett
Training Chair: Don Wurth
Camping Chair: Bob Reinneck
Advancement Chair: Ken Reuter
Activities Chair: Brad Snow
Public Relations Chair: Bob Daiber
Day Camp: Kelly Dahm, Mike Watters, Melissa Cadell, or Anna Bagwell
Order of the Arrow Chapter Advisor: Bob Reinneck
District Popcorn Kernel: Melissa Cadell
Service Chair/Scouting for Food Chair: Dan Dugan
Family Friends of Scouting Chair: Jeff Yates

Roundtable, OA Chapter Meeting, Venturing Officer's Association
First Tuesday of each month (except June & July)
7p at the First Christian Church
310 South Main Street, Edwardsville, IL

Commissioner Meetings
Second Tuesday of each month (except June & July)
7p at American Legion Post 365 in Collinsville

Eagle Board of Reviews
Second Thursday of each month
7p at Country Financial
105 Southpoint Drive, Edwardsville, IL

District Committee Meetings
Third Tuesday of each month (except June & July)
6:30p at the First Christian Church
310 South Main Street, Edwardsville, IL

For more information on the Cahokia Mounds District, please contact:
Rob Isringhausen at 618-207-6422 or follow this link to email him
or
contact Laura Roach at 618-207-6432 or email her here.

 

Calendar Info

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District Glossary

District Glossary
District Committee
Collection of volunteers recruited from their respective Districts geographical area who are tasked with carrying out the 4 functions of a Scouting District (Membership Growth, Finance, Program, and Unit Service). The District committee is split up into multiple subcommittees who make decisions regarding the functions of the District and is led by the District Key 3.

District Executive
Paid professional position charged with guiding and supporting the District Committee.

District Chair
Lead volunteer for the District Committee and is charged with guiding and supporting the District Committee.

Commissioner
3rd Member of the Key 3 and is responsible to lead the District Commissioners staff. The Commissioner's staff is responsible for the 4th function of the District, Unit Service.

District
A geographical area encompassing multiple communities within a local Scouting Council.

Roundtable
Monthly gathering of Scouters from throughout the District sharing information and ideas about activities, projects, outings, and other Scout related topics. Each month, discuss the upcoming monthly themese of Scouting, explore through resource lists, invited speakers, group discussions, and hands-on activities. The aim of the Scouting Roundtable is to provide the will and the skill to do. If unit leaders have these two things, they can succeed, and continue to do so. The will to do in the form of morale, inspiration, enthusiasm, and vision is distributed regularly. The skill to do in the form of skills, program ideas, techniques, and information is taught a piece at a time. In sum, a roundtable is fun, practical, inspiring, full of skills, loaded with techniques, and brimming with program ideas.