Purpose: "To Empower our Youth to Lead."
Overview: A terrific opportunity to earn Eagle required and other Merit Badges from some of Northeastern Wyoming's best merit badge counselors.
Cost: $20 includes patch, cracker barrel, breakfast, lunch, and snacks ($25 late after 11/2)
Friday check-in (5pm-6pm), class (6-10pm), cracker barrel (10pm), lights out (11pm) (EAT DINNER BEFORE YOU COME)
Saturday: morning class (8am-12pm), lunch (12-1pm), afternoon class (1-5pm)
Other: Each troop is required to provide 2 deep leadership at all times during the event. Troop leaders must remain on campus at all times. Help is needed by leaders and parents monitoring the halls and classrooms. For those troops staying the night, there will be assigned sleeping areas. Please bring your sleeping gear (sleeping bags, pillows, etc).
Blue Cards:will be provided by hosts. The blue cards will be dated with tasks completed in class and returned to the Scouts before they depart the classroom. It is the responsibliity of the Scout to request and obtain his blue card.
Dress: Class A Uniforms and Class 1 physicals required.
Class notes:Two hour merit badges must be combined with another 2 hour merit badge. No gaps between merit badges are permitted.
-Kevin Baker will be teaching Life Scout: Trail to Eagle Friday from 9-10 PM for those Life Scouts who need help planning for your Eagle.
-Space Exploration will begin Friday night with the making of rockets. The merit badge is paired with Astronomy Friday evening when telescopes will be brought in. Space Exploration will be continued Saturday AM and will conclude with the launch of the rockets made on Friday night.
-Aviation will take two slots with classroom work in the AM and then a trip to the airport in the afternoon.
-Crime Prevention and Fingerprinting will be completed together in a 2 hour segment. You can then take Family Life, or the Trail to Eagle.
Citizenship of the Nation will not complete during class time. Counselor is asking that you do the following requirements #2(do any 2 of a,b,c,d Write a 4/5 sentence paragraph on each of the 2 tings chosen. Tell what you learned and what it means to you and other citizens of our country. National Parks also qualify); #3(Write a 4 or 5 sentence paragraph on how the news affects you and your family or tell about a national issue that concerns you. A newspaper or magazine article may also be used)#6 (Find information about the author of speech chosen for this requirement. Choose 2 sentences in speech used for this requirement that mean the most to you for a classroom discussion during MBU)