Thunderbird District serves approximately 1,300 youth and is served by the support and dedication of over 700 adult volunteers.
Our primary focus is in these school districts, east of I-205:
Providing our quality program to these young men and women would not be possible if it was not for the support and dedication of over 700 adult volunteers of the Thunderbird District. Thank you to each and every one of you for your commitment to creating strong leaders and a better tomorrow.
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It's true and we need your help! We need each unit to review their list of currently trained leaders for errors. Reports were provided in your "mailboxes" at the April/May/June Roundtable meetings and a recent report was available at the August Roundtable and Tim was available at the September Roundtable to make corrections and answer questions. If your unit has not yet reviewed the training reports - please take the time to review the records and, if errors are found - have a leader submit a correction form along with your Recharter (or bring to the December Roundtable) to report your corrections. Click here for correction form (and be sure to attach a copy of your training certificate(s).)
If the report is accurate - please begin encouraging your leader's to get trained - Check out our Adult Training Page for helpful information on getting your unit leaders (and yourself) trained and/or further trained. EVERY BOY DESERVES A TRAINED LEADER :-)
Did your Pack get rechartered on time? Then you have received information concerning Top Shot. Location - Scouter's Mountain.
District Award of Merit, Family of the Year, Top Unit, Spark Plug - Due to Tim S. or Mark S. by early Feb. 2015 (see our pages under Advancement/District)
Visit our Commissioners' Corner page to find out what a Unit Commissioner does, who you should contact if you don't know who your Pack's Unit Commission is, and/or how you can volunteer to be a Unit Commissioner to a unit which currently doesn't have a Unit Commissioner.
Do you happen to be the District's resident expert on a certain topic? Please review the page(s) related to that topic.
Are you in charge of an upcoming event and want the details posted to the home page?
Are you looking for information however can't find it?
Please feel free to reach out to me with your content and/or questions either via email or in person at a District Roundtable Meeting so I can strive to keep our pages relevant and timely.
If you are interested in assisting at the District level - please feel free to attend a Unit Commissioner or a District Committee Meeting.
If you are looking for ways to energize your unit and share ideas with other leaders - then attend the monthly RoundTable.
For Unit Commissioners:
1st Thursday of each month (except July) at 6:30pm - at the Fairview Community Center.
300 NW Harrison St.
Fairview, OR 97024
For the District Committee Members:
1st Thursday of each month (except July) at 7:30pm - at the Fairview Community Center.
300 NW Harrison St.
Fairview, OR 97024
District Round Table (all units should send 1 or more adults each month):
The 2nd Thursday of each Month - except July at the LDS Church on Stark - Round Table is a meeting for all adult leaders and interested parents.
For more information on Round Table - visit the Round Table page
|Thundering News Archives:
|December - click here|
|January - click here||February - click here|
|March - click here||April - click here|
|May - click here||June - click here|
|*July (summer break) No RoundTable/Thundering News||August - no Thundering News this month|
|September - click here||October - click here|
|November - (canceled inclement weather)||December -|
page last reviewed and/or updated on: 11/17/2014