Presentation on theme: "Troop 2011 - Agenda 7:00 - Opening & Introductions 7:15 - Our Troop Mission – Bill Pearce – SM 7:45 - Meet your Patrols & Guides – Lee Marconi 8:00 - “Patrol."— Presentation transcript:
Troop 2011 - Agenda 7:00 - Opening & Introductions 7:15 - Our Troop Mission – Bill Pearce – SM 7:45 - Meet your Patrols & Guides – Lee Marconi 8:00 - “Patrol Corners” – Your meeting to get organized 8:30 - Return to Troop Meeting 8:35 - Turn in Patrol “Minutes” 8:40 – Scoutmaster Minute – Bill Pearce 8:45 – Closing
Tonight We Distribute information Meet as Patrols –Meet you staff Advisor / Guide –Elect a Patrol Leader & Scribe –Meet a Mentor(s) for your Patrol –Set your Patrol calendar and communication methods Return for Closing by 8:30 pm.
Monmouth Council Boy Scouts Troop 2011 Strategic Plan 2011-2016 Expansion of Scouting for Monmouth County
Monmouth Council’s Current Plan It’s Genesis Monmouth Council’s Current Plan It’s Genesis Our current Strategic Plan was completed in late 2006 –Scouting in Monmouth County had a tumultuous 2 years prior to 2006 Financial Stress Camps underutilized Public and Scout Family uncertainty for our future New professional and Executive Board Leadership
Since 2006 Measurable Success Improved: Council, District and Unit training, participation & operations Improved: Family and Community financial support of Scouting Improved: Program at our Camps and Activities Improved: Camp facilities Expanded: Utilization of our camps by Scouts and outside groups Expanded: Revenue from new resources Grew: Membership, Retention, Endowment
Our 2ND CENTURY Challenge Just Sustaining where we are - Scouting will not last another Century Facts: –Scouting in Monmouth County is currently a minority in a growing diverse general population with no Scouting connection –Multinational, Religious, Cultural, Economic groups, families and communities have no historic connection to Scouting & no idea how we can help them.
Our Plan Goal: Develop and Grow Scouting in every community in Monmouth County Use 4 Core BSA Strategic Pillars Membership Resource Leadership Development Program Delivery Embed Branding of Scouting, Youth Advocacy & Innovation in all the Targeted Recommendations
Our Monmouth Scouting Pioneers A History Lesson: 1916 No Scouting Legacy – No Alumni – No Program – No Organizational Knowledge Scouting in Monmouth County had no Troops, Packs, Posts or “Council” Volunteers and a few Scouting “Professionals” from the New York City visited civic leaders, clergy, educators in key towns to bring Scouting to their community. Scouting happened in their communities based on a desire by parents and civic leaders to help boys become purposeful men We will do it again for the next Century of Youth
A COMMUNITY Scouting’s 2 nd Century Definition Not a political boundary or ZIP code An identifiable demographic group of families from multinational, multiethnic, multicultural, diverse religious beliefs. large non-traditional family structures spanning wide economic differences itinerant and very mobile minimal ties to any location or community
Our Plan Focus Enable Scouting to all 21st Century Communities in Monmouth County Market Scouting Erase skewed or prejudiced views Educate what Scouting can provide to them
Specific Messages SCOUTING WILL Partner with them in development and growth of their children, family, and community. Build healthy, contributing citizens for their families, religious organizations, and communities. Provide a vehicle into American society wherever they go.
Timeline Organization Meeting: January 2011 –Patrol Organization meetings: First Quarter –Patrols set Goals and Targets for Tasks –Patrols meet in March to review 5 year and 10 year recommendations –May - Patrol Recommendations are posted on Council WEB page with Scorecards –Strategic Plan is presented to the Scouting Family and Public - Annual meeting in June 2011
OUR 2 ND Century Strategy Develop & Grow Develop & Grow “The BEST SCOUTS” Leaders of the Future Leaders of the Future
1/26/2011 Sign in Foyer Meeting Room –Set up for Slides / but easy Break up –Coffee / etc –Name Tags –Leader / Patrol Roster –Agenda at Seats Pad / Pen Patrol Corners –Sign on Door post –Handouts at Seats –Guide / Scribe report draft
Handouts (Posted on Plan WEBSITE) Agenda – At Seat Outline of Goals – At Seat Patrol Tasks / Goal Examples – At Patrol Table Troop Roster – At Patrol Table Mentor Roster – At Patrol Table Leader info – At Patrol Table BSA Strategic plan WEB Page – At Patrol Table Copy of 2006 plan – At Patrol Table
Patrol Breakouts MEMBERSHIP ENABLEMENT SUSTAINING RESOURCES LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM DELIVERY Executive Board Rm. – Kathy Picciano Meeting Rm A – Ross Munt Meeting Room B – Alan Rowe Mail Room – Bob Stolte
Patrol Meeting Agenda Guide – Solicit Nominations for Patrol Leader, Assistant and Scribe Following Election of Patrol leaders –Review Outline of Tasks (on table) –Review Examples of Goals and Targets –Set meeting and communications methods –Update email / phone / etc of members and Mentors –Return to Troop meeting by 8:30pm