Merit Badge clinics to be offered at the monthly Roundtable meetings for 2018

  • January - Emergency Preparedness
  • February - Communications
  • March - Personal Fitness
  • April - Citizenship in the Nation
  • May - Personal Management
  • September - Family Life
  • October - Safety
  • November - Citizenship in the Community

Some badges will have pre-requisites to be completed before the meeting, some will have actions to take after, so do not expect a completed blue card at the end of each meeting (unless the Scout has done the homework early.)

Merit Badge clinics to be offered at the monthly Roundtable meetings for 2017

  • November - Citizenship in the Community

Some badges will have pre-requisites to be completed before the meeting, some will have actions to take after, so do not expect a completed blue card at the end of each meeting (unless the Scout has done the homework early.)

Open to ALL Scouts of any troop.

Please remember to bring a Scoutmaster signed blue card and wear uniforms.

Kirkland 2nd Thursday* of each month, 7-8:30 PM

Rose Hill LDS Building (Roundtable location) 7720 126th Ave NE Kirkland, WA 98033

Information: Lorin Thompson lrthompson5@frontier.com 425-882-4769

Jan. 12:  Emergency Preparedness

Feb. 9:  Communication

Redmond 2nd Saturday* of some months, 9-11 AM

Union Hill LDS Building 7115 224th Ave NE Redmond, WA 98052 (Enter at the North door at end of building.)

Information: Brandon Ritchie brandonrichey@hotmail.com 435-551-1800

Feb 11:  Cancelled

 
Who: Youth aged 11-17. The program is designed for Scouts, but open to all who are interested and friends. Parent supervision is required for individual scouts or sufficient adult leadership for troops.

What: Participants will rotate through several stations and leave with a new found knowledge of amateur radio and wireless technology courtesy of Lake Washington Ham Club volunteers, the ARRL, and local Scout organizations.
 
When: Sat, April 22, 2017, 9:00 AM, 1:00 PM
 
Where: LDS Meetinghouse, 922 216th Avenue Northeast, Sammamish, WA 98074
 
Spots are limited, free advance registration is required for attendees.

Jim Eichner, who works with a local Episcopal Church, is also working with Hopelink on a number of projects which might be suitable for Eagle Scout projects.
 
One involves the building of a second barrel washer for Oxbow Farm, which is a non-profit, and gives thousands of pounds of produce to Hopelink each year.