Please join us at the monthly Roundtable meeting on the 2nd Thursday of each month from 7 - 8:30pm, September through June. Kent LDS building 24419 94th Ave S, Kent, WA 98031
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KENT STAKE GREEN RIVER DISTRICT MERIT BADGE CLINIC
Saturday January 21, 2017 and Saturday March 11, 2017
LDS Kent Building: 24419 94th Ave S, Kent, WA
PRE-REGISTRATION is REQUIRED. To pre-register go to https://www.eventbrite.com/e/kent-stake-merit-badge-clinic-2017-tickets-30067582950. Registration will open on November 7, 2016. If you have any questions, please contact James Cook or Adam Shumway at firstname.lastname@example.org. Registration will close on January 14th, 2017. Classes will be filled on a first registered, first served basis.
Both sessions will be held at the LDS Chapel at 24419 94th Ave S, Kent, WA 98031
The Merit Badge clinics are designed to provide an overview of the topic and provide the scouts guidance. Scouts should plan to complete the majority of the merit badge requirements before and in between the two dates of the Merit Badge clinic.
When completing registration please sign up for one class each hour, for a maximum total of three classes per scout.
Scoutmasters should be at registration to sign blue cards as necessary.
Merit Badge Registration: 8:30 to 8:50 (Jan. 21 only)
Session 1: 9:00 am
Session 2: 10:00 am
Session 3: 11:00 am
Appropriate attire is Official Class A Scout Uniform
Bring a pencil, notebook, blue merit badge cards and merit badge book(s)
Merit Badge Prerequisites for Clinic
Scouts must bring or buy merit badge books for each class.
Find list of requirements/worksheets at www.meritbadge.org
Join 4-500 of your fellow scouts from the Aquila and Green River Districts for a huge weekend of camping, exciting competitions, cooking, games, races, and campfires! All Boy, Explorer, Girl, Varsity, Venturing, and Webelos scouts are invited to participate in this fun-filled weekend. Scouts setup their own camps complete with custom gates, and compete against teams from other units in unit sponsored games of skill, knowledge, and strength. They cook their own meals, race in chariots they built, and entertain each other with hilarious skits and songs around the campfire each night. Nothing could be better!
Camporee is primarily an activity to enhance the patrol method within your unit. It is also a chance for scouts to show off their very best camping and cooking techniques, share their fun and experiences with other teams, build their teamwork, and cooperate in taking on all challenges. All activities are run with the patrol method in mind. Camping is done in large unit areas, but each team (as registered) will be judged on their ability to camp and complete scout skills on their own. Each team should maintain an individual campsite within the larger unit area. Camporee involves the type of equipment that can be carried in and set up entirely by youth, enabling them to be completely self-sufficient for a self-reliant experience over a three day period.