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Event Details

Event Type Merit Badge
Title Troop 405 Fifth Annual Merit Badge Clinic
Location 612 N Randall Ave, Janesville, WI 53545  Show Map
Start Date Start Time Stop Date Stop Time
4/6/2019 07:00 4/1/2019 16:00
Open for Registration Last day to Register
11/8/2018   3/29/2019
(# badges a single scout can attend)
(cost to attend event)
(Who is invited)
2 $35.00 any scout who wants to attend
Council District Type Unit
Glacier's Edge Indian Trails Troop 405

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ActivitySessionLocationPrerequisitesMin. AgeClass FeeMax in ClassSeats AvailableCounselor 
ABA Attendance By Adult LunchFellowship HallPaid Lunch for Adults and Visitors18$5200168 Not Known Not Known
ABA Attendance By Adult All DayAs AssignedSee "Help by Scout Leaders"21111 Not Known Not Known
American Heritage AMRoom 3013c, 610240 Not Known Not Known
Art PMRoom 235 /2335, 610101 Not Known Not Known
Art AMRoom 235 /2335, 610101 Not Known Not Known
Camping* PMRoom 2244b, 5e, 7, 8d, 910155 Not Known Not Known
Citizenship in the Community* AMUpper Chapel2, 3, 4ab, 5, 7# must show proof of service102512 Not Known Not Known
Citizenship in the Nation* AMRoom 229/2312, 3, 6, 810150 Not Known Not Known
Citizenship in the Nation* PMRoom 229/2312,3, 6, 810150 Not Known Not Known
Citizenship in the World* PMUpper Chapel3-7102512 Not Known Not Known
Communication* AMRoom 225/2272a, 5, 8, (3 & 4 prepare to present in class)10100 Not Known Not Known
Cooking* AMFellowship Hall4, 5, 6 All requirements 10$5250 Not Known Not Known
Digital Technology AMRoom 232 5b,5c,6 pick 3, 8a,8b, 9a12100 Not Known Not Known
Family Life* PMRoom 3013, 5, 6b10100 Not Known Not Known
First Aid* All DayRoom 302See Class Notes.10$5250 Not Known Not Known
Game Design PMGathering 21a-b, 4a-d, 5a-d, 7a, 8b10$10202 Not Known Not Known
Leatherwork AMRoom 228See Class Notes.10$15100 Not Known Not Known
Leatherwork PMRoom 228See Class Notes.10$15100 Not Known Not Known
Medicine All DayGathering 1See Class Notes.14108 Not Known Not Known
Music AMYouth RoomSee Class Notes.10103 Not Known Not Known
Personal Management* PMRoom 225/2271, 2, 5, 8, 9, 1013100 Not Known Not Known
Pottery PMYouth Room7c, 810$5100 Not Known Not Known
Salesmanship PMRoom 230See Class Notes.10122 Not Known Not Known
Skating PMJanesville Ice RinkSee Class Notes.10100 Not Known Not Known
Space Exploration AMRoom 2302, 5, 710$15100 Not Known Not Known
Traffic Safety PMRoom 230See Class Notes.10150 Not Known Not Known
Truck Transportation AMRoom 230See Class Notes 10100 Not Known Not Known
Wood Carving All DayChoir RmSee Class Notes.10$15106 Not Known Not Known
Sponsor Information
This is the 5th Annual Merit Badge Clinic For Troop 405 in Janesville, Wi.

We would like to Welcome you all to this event.

Join Troop 405 for an outstanding day of merit badge classes and learning. All Scouts local and beyond are invited to attend. It is our sole intent to create an environment where Scouts have the opportunity to continue their advancement and expand their knowledge while earning merit badges. It is not the intent to create a “Merit Badge Factory” that requires minimal to no work on the Scouts behalf. Scouts who do not meet the requirements as outlined in the BSA handbooks will receive partials reflecting satisfactory completed components with the remaining to be made up within their own troop or with a local certified counselor. All of our counselors are experts in their respective field either by trade, advanced degree or both. They are volunteering their time to share their knowledge with the Scouts and we are very blessed with their passion to teach and share their valuable time.



7:00 AM - 8:00 PM  Registration - Orientation

8:10 AM - 8:20 AM  Flag Ceremony in the Gym

8:30 AM - 11:45 AM Morning Sessions (release from some classes is Noon to relieve long lunch lines)

11:45 AM - 12:45 PM  Lunch Break 

12:45 PM - 4:00 PM Afternoon Sessions

Clinic Format

We will be offering AM, PM and ALL DAY merit badge classes.  Scouts may select AM and PM classes and earn 2 merit badges (or 3 if Fingerprinting and Traffic Safety are chosen for the AM session) or they may select an All Day class and earn just that merit badge.  Troop(s)/Scouts with parent(s) will be asked to check-in at the main enterance on the East side at of the church building adjacent to the parking lot before 8:00am.  Please arrive early to avoid a late rush at 8:00 or you may miss the opening ceremony at 8:10am. (Please pay attention to signage that will be posted the day of the event. After the brief opening ceremony, morning sessions will begin at 8:30am. Lunch will be from 11:45 to 12:45.  The afternoon sessions will from 12:45pm to 4:00pm. The registration cost is $35.00. There are a few merit badges that have extra material fees.  Please check when registering.

Scout Requirements

To earn a merit badge we require Scouts to participate fully in class and complete all pre-requisite requirements.  We require the Merit Badge Work Sheets found at to be completed prior to event.  Scouts who do not complete requirements either at the clinic or before will still have a chance to learn new skills and be on their way to completing the merit badge.

Requested Help From Scout Leaders 

Due to the new Youth Protection Guidelines we require two deep leadership in every class room.  If you are a leader with current Youth Protection Training, you can sign up to assist with the 2 deep leadership.  We will assign you to a classroom to provide the 2nd trained leader.  You will recieve your lunch and a Merit Badge Clinic patch at no cost for volunteering.  Please sign up for the "All Day" session of  "ABA Attendance by Adult" in the activity sign-up.

Leader/Parent Recommendations

As leader(s)/parent(s), you can help your Scouts be successful by registering them for appropriate badges. Younger Scouts should be discouraged from pursuing advanced badges they may be unable to complete or appreciate the knowledge being shared. Troop leaders should know the abilities of their troop members and should spend the required time prior to the MBC preparing each Scout for his session. Most badges have pre-requisite’s that must be accomplished before the clinic day.  Please make sure the Scouts do their homework. It is important that Scouts know the importance of working hard in class and cooperating with counselors and classmates.

Merit Badge Completion

We offer a variety of hands-on quality merit badge classes. Each merit badge class is staffed with professional/expert instructors in the subject matter. Scouts are required to read the Merit Badge Booklet and finish all pre-requisites before attending the Merit Badge Clinic.

The Merit Badge Counselor will give credit for completed requirements only. The Scout should complete all other requirements not covered in class or completed prior to attending at his own pace with his own troop and local counselors.

Class Notes:

          First Aid:  Bring your personal first aid kit, your scout book. Read the First Aid Merit Badge book fully before coming to the class.   The merit badge counselor, Monica Delabarre, has need of assistance from other   leaders who have first aid knowledge. For each leader volunteering to assist you will recieve a Merit Badge Clinic patch a lunch at no cost to you. Contact Monica at e-mail to make arrangements.

          Leatherwork: Bring merit badge booklet and read it before coming to class.  Be prepared for 1a-b, 2a-d and 5a. Requirements 3 and 4 are planned be completed in class, (depends on how quickly the scout works.)  If they are not completed they will both get started and they should be easy to finish on their own. 

          Medicine:  This class requires that scouts be in high school because concepts will be difficult for younger scouts to understand.  Bring the Merit Badge Wookbook and have it filled out as completely as possible. Historical Figures will be covered quickly.  Time will be spent on case studies. Requirement #10 must be completed before attending class.

         Music:  Scouts should read the current music merit badge book prior to attending this class. Bring the merit badge book and a printout of the merit badge worksheet to class.  If the scout is choosing to perform a musical piece, they will need to bring their own instrument.   The prerequisites include: #2, #3 and #4.  Bring documentation for these prerequisites.  If the Scout chooses option 4a - he can bring three songs to teach at the Clinic  This is a non spectator clinic - participation is required by everyone attending. if prereqs are not complete, a partial will be issued.

         Salesmanship: Scouts should read the current Salesmanship merit badge book before attending this class. Bring the merit badge book and a printout of the merit badge worksheet. The prerequisites are #3, #4 and #5.  For requirements #3 and #4, the scout will be contacted by the merit badge couselor after signing up and paying for the class.  Include a note with the best contact information for the scout with the payment mailing.  This is a non spectator clinic - participation is required by everyone attending. if prereqs are not complete, a partial will be issued.  

           Skating:  Scouts will need to be transported to the Janesville Ice Rink for this class.  Pre-requisites are 1a,1b and 2a1-4 for the Ice Skating Option.  Fill out the worksheet for all those requirements in class.  Bring your own skates or money for skate rental.   Money will also be required for entry to the Ice Rink.  This class is not recommended for scouts who do not already the ice skating skills required for completion although any scout who is comfortable ice skating is welcome.  Registration for this class is currently on hold.  Check back in January as it might reopen after we find out whether or not the MB Counselor will be available.

          Traffic Safety:   Fingerprinting and Trafic Safety are combined in the PM session.  Scouts who sign up for Traffic Safety will also have the opportunity to earn Fingerpring MB.  Bring Blue Cards for both merit badges. There are no pre-requisites for Fingerprinting and requirement #5 should be completed before coming to class for Traffic Safety.

          Truck Transportation:   Pre-requisites are 1, 2a-c, 3, 5a-b, 6, 7, 9 and 10.  Fill out the worksheet for these requirements.  Requirements 4a-e and 8a-d are planned to get completed in class.

           Wood Carving:  Scouts will carve two items in this class, a neckerchief slide and a stylized owl. The scouts will be hand carving these items and good dexterity is required. The scouts must read through and understand the merit badge pamphlet. The section on knife sharpening is vital.  Pre-requisites are 1b and 2a.  Bring your Totin' Chip Card and your troop leader should initial 1b on your blue card or confirm with a note that you have shown the first aid for injuries that could occur while wood carving.

Material to Bring

Scouts are expected to arrive prepared. Notebook with pencil or pen should be brought to the merit badge clinic. Scouts must request and receive Merit Badge Blue Cards from their Troop Advancement Committee or Scoutmaster in advance of the clinic. Scouts should bring their approved blue cards with them to the clinic. NO BLUE CARDS WILL BE PROVIDED the day of, or completed without the appropriate signatures.  Merit Badge Blue Cards will NOT be handed out during the clinic. Please note classes that may offer two merit badges in one session. All pre-requisite items for each class and worksheets used in the classrooms can be found at

Dress Code

The BSA Class A uniform is the official uniform for the day.  No exception.


All fees must be received by March 25th. to secure classes.  There will not be any refunds after March 22th!  No spots will be held or assumed held in the absence of payment.

 If payment is not received by March 25th, you will need to pay $45 at the door for registration and merit badge classes will be on a first come - first served basis.  Classes selected online will not be held and may fill before you arrive on April 6th.

Counselor Information
Counselors: Please check the Pre-requisites and material fees for your MB classes.   Also review the classroom that has been assigned for your class and confirm that it will be adequate.  Review the notes listed for your class if that applies. Review the minimum age requirement and maximum class size.  

Help from Merit Badge Counselors from outside Troop 405

We may accept additional Merit Badge Counselors if any leaders wish to contact us by February 1, 2019 and request to teach a merit badge.  Any volunteers who are accepted to teach a class will recieve one free scout registration, their lunch and a merit badge event patch which is a total value of $40.  Contact us at if you wish to offer to teach a class. 

Unit Sign-up Instructions
To sign up for our event you first need to click on enter registration system.  After clicking, a new page will appear that will show all the events that are available. In the upper right hand of the new page there is the option to register new users. If you are new to the website you must sign up as a troop leader, in order to register your scouts. Once you are registered in the system you can sign up for the event. The event is entitled Troop 405 Fifth Annual Merit Badge Clinic.  Add yourself as the adult and then you can add your scouts to the event.

You may email questions to All spots are first come, first serve and reserved for paid scouts. Individual Scouts may attend with their parent or guardian. Troops are asked to follow the 2 deep leadership and more requirements as outlined by The BSA. This is not a dump and run event. Supervision for your Scout(s) is expected by the parent or Troop leadership. WE ASK THAT EACH SCOUT ONLY TAKE 1 EAGLE REQUIRED MERIT BADGE!


Lunch will Be provided.

Adults who wish to have lunch, need to sign up as "ABA Attendance by Adult".  Select the "All Day" session if you are willing to volunteer to help us with 2 - deep leadership in the classrooms and you will recieve your lunch and a patch for free or select the "Lunch" session if you just want lunch for a $5 fee.  Limited volunteer spots are available so sign up early.

Lunch Menu is to be determined... Look back in January for Menu.


Concessions are available for breakfast (donuts and box juice) and for snacks throughout the day. Sugguested spending money
Payment Instructions for the Unit

Write check with payment to Troop #405:

Mail to:
       Christopher Lissa

                    3733 W. Plymouth Church Rd.

                   Beloit, WI 53511

Directions to the Event
First Lutheran Church 612 N Randall Ave Janesville, WI 53545

From Madison

Take I-90 East to Janesville Exit 171A for Wisconsin 26 South (veer right after exiting I-90, Menards on your right) Turn left on Black Bridge (Walgreens on right, McDonalds cattycorner) At stop sign turn right on North Randall Stay on North Randal till you arrive at Church on Left.

From Rockford

Take I-90 West to Janesville Exit US BUS 14 (St Mary’s Hospital on Right) Turn Left through roundabouts Turn Right on South Randall and stay on till you arrive at Church on Right
Release Information
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