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.

As of December 1st, all current MBC’s are on the list and ready to go.

Please remember this list is intended for the private use of Troops, Units, and MBC’s and should not to be sent to parents or scouts. Scouts are required to contact their Unit to request a MBC. This process is used as a check and balance for all scouts and allows Units the chance to check in with scouts and have an open communication about a scout’s advancement.

Information on the MBC list is updated on a weekly basis.  Saving a copy to your computer may mean you have outdated information. Please feel free to visit the online list at any time.

We also have a new email address SammTrailsMBClist@outlook.com.

If you have any questions, comments, or concerns,  please contact

Kelly Trace

Merit Badge Counselor Administrator

(206) 715-7690

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