Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Monday, November 14, 2016

2017 Roundtable Locations

Cub Scouts Leaders
6411 W 11800 N, Highland (by Ridgeline Elementary)

Boy Scout/Varsity/Venturing Leaders
850 N 900 E, American Fork (north of the Temple)

Eagle Project approval is at roundtable in the East foyer.

Roundtable is the first Thursday of the month (except for July & December where there is no roundtable).

Pass the word along.

Sunday, October 30, 2016


Roundtable is on Thursday, November 3rd at 7:00. This time you have a choice on which one to attend. The Adult Recognition Awards will be at the Boy Scout/Varsity/Venture Roundtable
(4580 W Cedar Hills Dr, Cedar Hills, at the roundabout just east of Wal-Mart). No breakout classes or training will be offered. All scouters are invited to attend the Awards Night and support those receiving awards.


Cub Scout Roundtable is at the Highland Stake - Northeast chapel at 7:00. We will stay together in the gym to give ideas on the Blue & Gold Banquet. No breakout classes or training will be offered.

No Roundtable in December. Enjoy the holidays and we will see you in January at the new location.

2017 Roundtable Location: The Highland West Stake will host next year. At the building located at 6411 W 11800 N, Highland (west of Ridgeline Elementary). A big THANK YOU to the Highland Stake for hosting this year.

Monday, October 3, 2016

October Roundtable

October Roundtable on Thursday the 6th at 7:00 at the Highland West Stake Chapel, 11162 N. Alpine Highway, Highland. See you there.

Tuesday, August 30, 2016

September Roundtable

Roundtable will be on Thursday, September 1st at 7 pm at the Highland West Stake Chapel, 11162 N. Alpine Highway, Highland. See you there.

Thursday, July 28, 2016

Outdoor Ethics Awareness and Action Awards have been Retired

From Annaleis Smith - Revised - Outdoor Ethics Awareness and Action Awards for Cub Scouts and Leaders Have Been Retired
The June 2015 launch of the new Cub Scouting program fundamentally changed Cub Scout advancement requirements. The knowledge, skills, and attributes acquired through the Cub Scout Outdoor Ethics Awareness and Action Awards have been incorporated into, and made an integral part of, the new Cub Scout Adventures.
To avoid redundancy, the Cub Scout Outdoor Ethics Awareness and Action Awards have been retired and will no longer be available for Cub Scouts and Cub Scout leaders to earn. The adult content will be incorporated into the revisions being made to BALOO training and will be released soon.

August Roundtable

Roundtable will be on Thursday, August 4th at 7 pm at the Highland West Stake Chapel, 11162 N. Alpine Highway, Highland.

Monthly Pack Meeting Plans can be found HERE

Wednesday, June 1, 2016

June Roundtable

Roundtable will be this Thursday, June 2nd at 7 p.m. at the Highland West Stake Chapel located at 11162 N. Alpine Highway, Highland.

Tuesday, May 17, 2016

Alpine District Day Camp

Cub Scout Day Camp is looking for someone to man the archery station. The gentleman who was planning on doing it will not be available.  It will be June 9 & 10 from 7:30 set up to 2:30 take down.  It will require a short safety instruction on how to use the bow and arrow, then supervising the boys shooting. All equipment will be provided.  We will take half day service, full one day only service, but would love to have the same person for both days.
If interested, please call Nancy Brimhall at 
We are also looking for any Cowboy, Indian and Pioneer artifacts, our theme is the WILD WEST.  

Friday, May 6, 2016

Helpful Information

May Resource Sheet: HERE
May Pack Meeting Plan: HERE

June Resource Sheet: HERE
June Pack Meeting Plan: HERE

Friday, April 29, 2016

May Roundtable

May Cub Scout Round Table :  Thursday May 5th, at 7 pm sharp will be another Cub Scout Roundtable. 
The topics that will be discussed will include Safety for your Outdoor Activities (Field Trips & Day Camps)
and Planning on getting the National Summertime Award. The RT Theme for May will be "It's a Hit" and the Scout Law is Obedient.  
Games are part of the fun of Cub Scouting. Skills and interests that boys develop now can teach self-confidence, independence, and the ability to get along with others. Children learn through play. For these reasons, games are an important part of Cub Scouting. Games not only help to accomplish Cub Scouting’s overall objectives of citizenship training, physical fitness, and character development, but they also have educational benefits. Games teach a boy to follow rules, to take turns, to respect the rights of others, to give and take, and to play fair. Some games help boys to develop skills, body control,
and coordination. Some teach self-confidence and consideration for others. Games stimulate both mental and physical growth, as well as providing an outlet for excess “boy energy.”

Friday, April 1, 2016

Webelos Woods Registration

Registration for Webelos Woods opens tomorrow morning, April 1, 2016. This is not an April Fools Joke - it is for real! See you August 26 or 27th at Mutual Dell. Click HERE for more information.

Wednesday, March 30, 2016

April Roundtable

YES we are having Cub Scout Round Table April 7! The theme is "My Animal Friends" with the scout law being KIND. Round Table is a training meeting for all leaders of the BSA program. We encourage all to attend. We understand that our April meeting time is during Alpine District School Spring Break. We understand that attendance may be low. There is wisdom in having at least one person from each Unit to attend. They can collect any handouts, learn and understand any announcements and mingle with seasoned Scouters. We follow the BSA guidelines that can be found by going to planning guide 2015-16 go to page 105-111. You can also look up the "Pack Meeting Plan Resource sheet for May. Remember our RT meetings are always a month head for the theme and scout law. This allows each Den and Pack plenty of time to prepare for successful activities.
Alpine District Day Camp is now FULL. You can still register your Unit at Jeremiah Johnson or add on to a waiting list for the Iron Horse District Day Camp. To find that information go to For safety reasons we encourage all Cubs to attend a BSA sponsored Day Camp.

Thursday, March 10, 2016

Hobble Creek District Adventure Day

The Hobble Creek District is having an Adventure day where the cub scout can earn 1 adventure and have a lot of fun. Here is the link if you are interested in joining them: click HERE

Tuesday, March 8, 2016

Leather Working Tools

The Alpine District is missing its leather working tools. If you have them or know where they are please contact Nancy @

Wednesday, March 2, 2016

Alpine District Cub Scout Day Camp

The Order of the Arrow is not doing day camp this year. A few stakes have joined together to put it on and it will be a little different. I'll post the details as I get them, this is what I know so far:

Cub Scouts of the Wild, Wild, Wild West
One day - Day Camp, choose from either June 9th or 10th
Highland Glen Park (west of Lone Peak High School)
$20/cub scout - $6/leader - $6/den chief
Time: 8:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Stations: BB Guns, Archery, Panning for Gold, Leather work, Obstacle course, Nature walk and more
T-Shirt is included
Lunch is not provided, each participant will need to bring their own lunch and water bottle.

Registration for June 9th: click HERE session full

Registration for June 10th: click HERE session full

Helpful Links

2016 University of Scouting Handouts: click HERE

Cub Scout Bucks, can be used as rewards: click HERE

Timpanogos Gem & Mineral Show Information: click HERE

Saturday, February 27, 2016

April 2016 Resource Sheet

Click HERE for the resource sheet.

March Roundtable

On March 3 at 7pm Alpine District will hold our Cub Round Table at 11162 N Alpine Hwy. The theme is Strike up the Band. The core value/scout law will be Cheerful. Come learn and share some of the great crafts and ideas different that other packs have implemented.
Our break out classes are designed especially for your individual position.
• A New leader Training class will be offered each month
• All the forms you need can be found
• The scouting “Green Bible” also known as the Scouting Handbook for the Church Units in the USA can be found at Every cub leader should be familiar with it.
As I look out my window and see the wild weather w are having I think of the phrase "March comes in like a lion and goes out like a lamb". Starting out as a new leader in the Scouting program and working with a bunch of energetic boys is often like March weather. They come in as Bears and go out as "loyal Scouts" (Webelos). the best way to teach sanity in an insane world is to rise above it. the positive character values that are being taught to the boys with each activity, teaches the that they are important and they can do hard things. Spring time is also the time when the boys will start sports & outside activities. Take a moment to review with the how to be safe and play fair. Talking about Honesty, Respect, Health and Fitness,and a Positive Attitude, helps each boy learn how to "BE" the best he can in all that he does. Playing is a time for learning, it is practicing what they know.
More is caught than taught when it comes to working with young boys. Plan your play time to be productive. -Nancy Brimhall

Tuesday, February 2, 2016

February Resource Sheet

Click HERE

February's Roundtable

Just a reminder that Roundtable is this Thursday at 7:00 at the Highland Northeast Chapel, 11162 N Alpine Hwy, Highland (north of Chevron). Please spread the word.

Tuesday, January 5, 2016

Cub Scout Monthly Themes and Pack Meeting Plans

On the Akela's Council site is a list of the themes for the next couple of years and a PDF you can print: click HERE to go to their blog.