Merit Badge Opportunities
Whether you just got your first bicycle or have been cycling for years, you will learn more about your bike and what it can do by working on the requirements for this badge.
Merit Badge Ride Notes:
No BMX bikes allowed for Cycling Merit Badge. Your bike must have gears, so you can control your shifting and ability to better enjoy your rides.
A bike helmet is mandatory for all ridges and you must wear it!
Please bring a light snack and plenty of water. You must be able to carry this with you on the ride. Due to allergies, we request tat Scouts do not share snacks.
Please always check your equipment before you arrive to ensure your bike is in good shape to ride.
Some have the trails have ice cream shops. We will le you know in advance - if you would like a treat please bring a couple of extra dollars.
Parents are welcome and encouraged to ride as well - as long as a helmet is worn and they maintain pace with the Scouts.
Any medical issues/concerns should be brought to the adult leaders attention in advance.
We will ride in light rain, however anything beyond that we will use a makeup date. Mrs. Williamson will let parents and scouts know in advance if there will be a change due to weather.
Please bring a smile and a positive attitude - Riding is fun and a wonderful source of exercise!!
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION FOR THE 50 MILE RIDE - This ride is mandatory - there will not be a makeup ride - There will be a small fee to camp at Camp Greenough and for food on the 50-mile ride.
Please arrive 15 minutes of the start time for each ride!
Click here to register
We will always start on time!
$10.00 per Participant
Ride 1 - 10 Miles
Ride 2 - 10 Miles
Ride 3 - 15 Miles
Ride 4 - 15 Miles
Ride 5 - 25 Miles
Ride 6 - 25 Miles
Make Up Ride - will look to see what miles are needed
Final Ride - 50 Miles - Attendance Mandatory - No Make Up
First Aid & Bike Maintenance
LAST DAY TO REGISTER 4/16/2017
Come to the Museum of Work and Culture and earn your American Labor Merit Badge.
Learn about the labor movement in American history and how labor unions improved and changed the face of labor in the country.
Parents are welcome to attend and visit the museum during the class.
$25.00 per Scout
$6.00 per accompanying parent if they wish to stay and tour the museum
CONTACT E-MAIL email@example.com
Offered through Narragansett council
42 South Main Street
Woonsocket, RI 02893, US
$15.00 per Participant
DATE/TIME 4/18/2017 9:00 AM - 12:05 PM
223 Scituate Avenue
Cranston, RI, US
Click on the link below to register
BOY SCOUT MERIT BADGE PROGRAMS
241 Wellesley Street, on the Campus of Regis College
Weston, MA 02493
APRIL 22 9:30 to 1:30
To register or for more information, e-mail info@spellman .org
Merrimack Valley Chapter Meeting
Massachusetts Society of Genealogists, Inc.
Boy Scouts of America
Genealogy Merit Badge
April 22, 2017, 10:00 am Noon,
Georgetown Peabody Library
2 Maple St. Georgetown MA
● The Boy Scouts of America (BSA) , Spirit Of Adventure Council is offering a Merit
Badge workshop with Merrimack Valley Chapter genealogists reviewing the
Genealogy Merit Badge requirements with scouts. The scouts are to discuss,
explain and demonstrate how they have completed the requirements.
● BSA Merit Badge Councilors will be attending and available to assist volunteers.
● The scouts are to prepare for the workshop by reading the BSA Genealogy
pamphlet and 럀�lling in the worksheet, except 5a.
● Scouts must bring to the workshop the completed worksheets, the required
document for 4a, and the family group record forms.
● Scouts are expected to wear their class A uniform.
● Space is limited. Sign up on the council web site.
July 2 - July 9. If you CAN NOT attend camp and get your swimming badge with the troop, the Danvers YMCA is offering the Merit Badge Class
Saturday March 25th. This is not an instructional class. All scouts will be showing that they can pass all of the merit badge requirements.
Cost is $20 per scout. The class has a 5 scout maximum. Please contact Lisa Olsen at firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a spot.
Danvers YMCA 34 Pickering St., Danvers. Bring goggles, swim gear, towel and BLUE CARDS!
Our troop always needs Merit Badge Councilors. The most important needs are councilors for the Eagle required badges as they take time and it is nice for the troop to do them together.
You do not need to be a master in any of these subjects, just willing to make sure the boys complete the requirements. The Eagle required badges are as follows and the Bold badges are the one the troop currently does not have councilors for, and of course having more than one counselor for any merit badge is always a bonus. You can also become a merit badge counselor for any of the other 100+ merit badges. Full list of Merit Badges. Guide for Merit Badge Counselors
Registration opens on Jan 21st for the 2017 Merit Badge University at Harvard University. Please take careful note that registration is only open for two weeks. This Merit Badge University offers the scout up to three non-Eagle required badges. The actual MBU will be held Saturday, March 4 (8:00 AM - 1:00 PM) & Saturday, April 8 (9:00 AM - 1:00 PM). Both sessions are required. Click on the link for registration and badge information Merit Badge University link
There are several scouts starting their Family life Merit Badge on Feb 5th. If you need this badge and wish to work on it over the next 3 months, please Download the worksheet - Family Life Merit Badge Worksheet and either purchase the merit badge book or download on your device. Family Life Merit Badge Booklet Download and then get in touch with our advancement chair for your blue card. We can let you know how to get started on this badge.
Note to new scouts: To get to Eagle Rank, over time you must earn a total of 21 merit badges, including 13 of the following:
(a) First Aid, (b) Citizenship in the Community, (c) Citizenship in the Nation, (d) Citizenship in the World, (e) Communication, (f) Cooking, (g) Personal Fitness, (h) Emergency Preparedness OR Lifesaving, (i) Environmental Science OR Sustainability, (j) Personal Management, (k) Swimming OR Hiking OR Cycling, (l) Camping, and (m) Family Life.
We offer regular Boy Scout Merit Badge programs. Our upcoming Boy Scout program is January 28, 2017 and the next date will be February 25th.
For more info or to register, email email@example.com or go to website - http://www.spellmanmuseum.org