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Buffalo Mountain District Annual Business Meeting and Elections

In accordance with the Texas Trails Council, Boy Scouts of America bylaws this is official notice of the District Annual Business Meeting and Elections. Mr. Brad Dempsey, District Nominating Committee Chairman of the Buffalo Mountain District of the Texas Trails, Boy Scouts of America, proudly announces that the following community leaders serve on the Buffalo Mountain District Nominating Committee for the recommendation of district officers and Members-at-Large: Brad Dempsey (Chair), Carl Kieke, Doug Allmand, Teresa Beard and Edward McRoy

The District Annual Business Meeting and Elections will be held on February 21, 2013 at 6:00 pm at the Scout Service Center, 1208 N. 5th St., Abilene.

Chartered Organization Representatives and Members-at-Large of the Buffalo Mountain District, and Executive Board Members of the Texas Trails Council residing in our district’s territory, are invited to make recommendations of possible nominees in writing to the Buffalo Mountain District Nominating Committee for consideration and are eligible to vote at the Annual Business Meeting and Elections.

Nominations and recommendations must be submitted in writing no later than February 7, 2013. Active members should send their recommendations to:

Brad Dempsey
Buffalo Mountain District, Texas Trails Council
Boy Scouts of America
1208 N 5th Street
Abilene, TX 79601

Nominations are not accepted from the floor.

The slate of officers for the 2013 year will be voted on at this meeting.

 
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Buffalo Mountain Roundtable

Published on January 7, 2013 by in Training

Please remember Roundtable is this Thursday, January 10 at 7:00pm at the Scout Office in Abilene.  We are happy to host Roundtable for Brazos Forks leaders, as well!

If any of your leaders need face-to-face youth protection, it will be held this coming Thursday, beginning at 6:00pm and will last approx. 1 hour.  It will be held in the west wing of the office building (next to the alley).  There will be 1 more face-to-face training, which will be held at the February Roundtable.

BE ADVISED – February Roundtable will be held on FEB. 7, not on Feb. 14 due to Valentine’s Day.

BE ADVISED – March Roundtable will be held on MARCH 7, not on March 14, due to Spring Break.

 
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Chandler CPR Fundraiser

Next week you will have the opportunity to do your Good Turn by helping one of our scouting families AND earn your CPR/AED certification at the same time!

Colton Chandler is a Web II from Pack 271 and his mom Kim has volunteered in Pack leadership positions and helped out at many district and council functions. Colton’s dad Tim drove a truck and died suddenly (out of state) last week after he was hospitalized for a lung infection.

My family has known Kim, Colton and Tim for many years, and they are ‘good people’. We’d like to help them out and I hope you would, too. So, next week on Monday October the 29th and Thursday the 1st of November from 6-9pm, my business, Healthcare Education Resources, at 625 N. Willis in Abilene will be offering American Heart Association CPR/AED classes for $35 with $30 of that registration to go to the Chandlers to help with monthly bills not covered while Tim was hospitalized and Kim was with him and unable to work. The other $5 will pay for your card and manikin face shields.

If you need CPR certification for your Pack, Troop or Venture outings, if your employer requires it as part of your job requirements, or you just want to be prepared for cardiac and choking emergencies, please consider taking it now and helping out a friend in scouting. I would be happy to set up a mobile CPR class at your business if you are a business owner and you’d like to offer the class to a group of your employees. There is no definitive age requirement, but to receive your card you must be able to perform 2 minutes of CPR, pushing at least 2″ in depth on a manikin’s chest, and in general, most children aren’t strong enough to do that until age 12 or 13.

If you need Healthcare Provider level CPR (professional) please let me know so I can set up a separate class with the additional equipment for you.

And, if you can’t come, please forward, post or pass this information along to your family, friends and fellow workers, and encourage them to come. Call and let me know who’s coming so I have the right number of manikins set up.

Yours in Scouting,

Melissa Woodard RN, CEN
Healthcare Education Resources & Supply
625 N Willis
Abilene, TX 79603
325-320-2090

 
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P.R.A.Y. Webinars

Published on October 22, 2012 by in Training

P.R.A.Y. will be hosting webinars on the Unit Religious Emblems Coordinator (R.E.C.) position. The webinar will be a basic orientation for Religious Emblems Coordinators at the Unit level. Please consider who else might benefit from this webinar and forward this email for them to sign up. The webinars are free and open to the first 100 participants. There are two dates scheduled for this topic, the first coming up Wednesday October 24th! Click the links below to sign up!

P.R.A.Y.
11123 S. Towne Sq. Ste B, St. Louis, MO, 63123
www.praypub.org
jenniferh@praypub.org

 
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10th Annual Webelos Activity Pin College

Published on October 1, 2012 by in Training

Webelos Handyman Pin
Handyman

Webelos Readyman Pin
Readyman

Webelos Artist Pin
Artist

plus various sports belt loops

When: Friday, October 12, 2012, starting at 7:00pm

Where: Troop 232 Scout Hut located at 242 Sayles Blvd (S. 3rd and Sayles) in Abilene. We will move across the street to the Highland gymnasium around 8pm

Cost: $5.00 (snacks will be provided)

Please RSVP to Mike Michaud at 691-0007.  Let us know how many Webelos are coming and if any have specific dietary restrictions/requirements.

 
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Welcome to Buffalo Mountain District, BSA

Published on April 23, 2012 by in Uncategorized

This is a new website dedicated to the dissemination of news and information related to the Buffalo Mountain District. Buffalo Mountain is a member of the Texas Trails Council of the Boy Scouts of America.

The Buffalo Mountain District serves the cities of Abilene, Merkel, Tuscola, Ovalo, Clyde, Baird, Cross Plains, Coleman, Santa Anna and Winters in Taylor, Callahan, Coleman, and part of Runnels counties.

 
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