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Event Details

Event Type Merit Badge
Title Sinclair Merit Badge Clinic - Mullenix LDS Building
Location 3877 SE Mullenix Rd,Port Orchard WA 98366  Show Map
Start Date Start Time Stop Date Stop Time
12/29/2017 9:00 12/30/2017 4:00
Open for Registration Last day to Register
11/3/2017   12/22/2017
Sessions
(# badges a single scout can attend)
Fees
(cost to attend event)
For
(Who is invited)
4 $0.00 any scout who wants to attend
Council District Type Unit
Chief Seattle Sinclair Troop

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ActivitySessionLocationPrerequisitesMin. AgeClass FeeMax in ClassSeats AvailableCounselor 
Citizenship in the Community* 1 3a-b, 4a-c, 7a-b, 811120 Not Known Not Known
Communication* 2 TBD11120 Not Known Not Known
Communication* 1 TBD11124 Not Known Not Known
Cooking* 4 TBD11120 Not Known Not Known
Dog Care 3 TBD11127 Not Known Not Known
Electricity 1&2 2 (2pg safety checklist), 8 wksht w/ graph paper11125 Not Known Not Known
Electricity 3&4 2 (2pg safety checklist), 8 wksht w/ graph paper11125 Not Known Not Known
Engineering 3 TBD11120 Not Known Not Known
Environmental Science* 3 4a or 4b and bring report11120 Not Known Not Known
Environmental Science* 1 4a or 4b and bring report11122 Not Known Not Known
Family Life* 4 (w/Genealogy) TBD11120 Not Known Not Known
Family Life* 1 (w/Genealogy) TBD11120 Not Known Not Known
Fingerprinting 4 TBD11129 Not Known Not Known
Geocaching 3 7, 8b111210 Not Known Not Known
Geocaching 2 7, 8b11126 Not Known Not Known
Mammal Study 2 (w/Bird Study) Bird 7a or b, Mammal 3a, b, or c11120 Not Known Not Known
Mammal Study 4 (w/Bird Study) Bird 7a or b, Mammal 3a, b, or c11122 Not Known Not Known
Music 4 3a or 3b11126 Not Known Not Known
Public Speaking 3 TBD11123 Not Known Not Known
Pulp and Paper 2 TBD111210 Not Known Not Known
Stamp Collecting 2 TBD11129 Not Known Not Known
Sponsor Information
Pre-requisites, counselor information and room location for each merit badge will be added by November 26th.
Description
Sinclair District of the Chief Seattle Council is happy to again sponsor a merit badge clinic. Sessions will be held at the Mullenix LDS Building in Port Orchard. The Clinic is open to all registered Boy Scouts from ages 11 to 18.



There will be 4 3-hour sessions



Friday, December 29th

Session 1 - 9AM to 12PM

Break – 12:01PM to 12:59PM

Session 2 – 1:00PM to 4:00PM



Saturday, December 30th

Session 3 - 9AM to 12PM

Break – 12:01PM to 12:59PM

Session 4 – 1:00PM to 4:00PM



Rules for Participation



Each unit must provide one adult onsite in order for boys to participate. This adult must be onsite whenever their unit has boys registered in a class. Adults can rotate and switch throughout the day but one must be onsite at all times when you have boys in classes. Onsite adult name and contact information will be provided at the check in desk to the event managers. This will help us with crowd control, as well as ensure quality of results within the classroom environment. 



Scouts are expected to arrive early in order to check-in in the gym prior to their first class of each day. 

Participants are to arrive 15-20 minutes prior to their first merit badge. 



There is a NO FEE for participation.



Bring a sack lunch and snack foods, it can be a long day if you don't have food.



A uniform is expected to be worn in classes (exceptions are made for certain badges and the counselor will provide that information).



Scouts must behave in a Scout-like manner (Oath and Law).


  • Vandalism, foul language and fighting will not be tolerated in any way and will result in immediate dismissal from classes.

  • We recognize that many of the scouts are young and some have special needs, we want all scouts to have the best opportunities to learn. If you are concerned as an adult that a scout may have a hard time sitting still and learning you may consider sitting in on the class and assisting the counselor.

  • Youth who are being overly disruptive during class may be removed from the group and delivered to their unit leader. The scout will be allowed to return to class only when calmed down. Continual disruption may result in the scout spending the remainder of the class period with their leader or being picked up by their parent/guardian.

  • Credit will not be given for requirements missed when the scout is not in class.


Note: The Unit adults are responsible for the scouts who attend.
Counselor Information

  • The Merit Badge Counselor will give credit for COMPLETED requirements only. The Scout should complete all other prerequisite requirements not covered in class prior to the clinic. In some cases, class work will be followed by individual Scout's projects to fulfill all requirements. If a scout is removed from class due to excessive disruptive behavior credit for requirements missed will not be given.

  • PARTIALS: Before signing up for a class you have a partial for, contact the counselor, they may be able to meet with you during break times and sign off your partials and free you up to take a different class.

  • Check back periodically to verify the status of prerequisites for the classes.

  • All Scouts must bring the following to class:

  • Blue Card SIGNED by their Unit Leader

  • Any class specific fees, these are paid to the counselor and should be paid in cash.

  • Merit Badge booklet Merit Badge worksheet (http://meritbadge.org/wiki/index.php/Merit_Badge_Worksheets)

  • Any prerequisite work

  • Blue Cards will be updated with tasks completed in class and returned to the Scouts BEFORE they depart the classroom. It is the responsibility of the Scout to request and obtain his Blue Card.


Unit Sign-up Instructions
We use http://meritbadge.info/ as our tool for signing up for classes.

If you are a returning user just use your username and password from previous years and then signup your scouts.

NEW USERS To Register:



We use http://meritbadge.info/ as our tool for signing up for classes.



If you are a returning user just use your username and password from previous years and then signup your scouts.



NEW USERS To Register:



Click on the "Register New User" link at the top of the page.



Fill in the State, Council, District, Unit Type and Unit Number from your Unit. If your unit number is not already listed, enter it in the space provided and click "Add"



Enter your personal information. If you are a unit leader or parent, jump to the bottom of the page and click "Add User". If you are a Merit Badge Counselor, please fill in the associated fields, select "Register as a Merit Badge Counselor" and click "Add User"



 



To sign up your scout(s):



1. Click "Sign On" at the top of the page; enter email address and password.



2. If you are not taken to the Upcoming Events Page, click the "Events" tab at the top of the page.



3. For a list of all the merit badges being offered, sessions available, prerequisites, number of seats open, and additional costs if applicable, click on Sinclair District Annual Merit Badge Clinic (you cannot sign up for the classes from this page).



4. From the Events page, click on the "Sign Up" link on the line for Sinclair District Annual Merit Badge Clinic (very right side of the page).



5. Enter the information for each scout (name, age, guardian phone number, guardian email, session number, and requested badge). Click "Add" located right under the session block. If signing up a scout for more than one badge, ensure the name, age and guardian email are entered identically or the system will see it as a different participant.



NOTE 1:  Some badges are for mutiple sessions. If you sign up for a merit badge with multiple sessions your are required to attend all sessions to earn the badge. EX: If a merit badge is listed for Sessions 1 and 3 and you choose the badge, you are signed up for sessions 1 and 3.



NOTE 2: The system does not prevent you from signing up for more than one class being held in the same session so be sure you are signing up properly for your classes. Verify that you only have one class per session and that any multiple session clases are accounted for. EX: If you have a multiple session class for sessions 1 and 3, you cannot sign up for a badge that is only session 3.



6. At least on adult listed at the bottom of the page under Unit Leader Roster must be listed as attending event (choose select/unselect to change attendance event status). This is a limitation in the program and this may or may not be the onsite adult representing the unit. One adult from each unit is required to be onsite at all times when scouts are in classes.



It is STRONGLY SUGGESTED that Scouts download and use the merit badge workbooks to complete prerequisites before and then for note taking during the sessions (http://usscouts.org/usscouts/mb/worksheets/list.asp).



If you have any questions, please contact: Paul Sampson pbjsampson@gmail.com



 
Payment Instructions for the Unit
There is NO FEE to attend the clinic.



Additional payments for those merit badges that have a fee listed are to cover materials used during the class. Fees for badges are to be paid to the counselor and should be made in cash unless prior arrangements with the counselor have been made. This is not a participation fee and neither the BSA nor The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints will collect any money or benefit from the money collected by counselors for supplies.
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Release Information
By registering for this event, you agree to the following:



Photo release for any photographs taken and which may be used in the future. The photos will be used only to promote scouting. Photos may be taken of individuals or Scouts in groups.



Hold Harmless Agreement with the Boy Scouts of America and related groups and individuals from any and all claims or liability arising out of participation in this event.



Permission to release the Scout(s) for medical treatment, if the need should be deemed necesary for the situation.
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