Troop 88’s Fall Merit Badge Academy 2013
Invite another Scout from a different troop!
September 21, 2013
$5.00 Registration Fee.
Fundraising for Troop 88′s Merit Badge Library
Registration 8:15am – 8:50am.
Class Begins @ 9:00am SHARP!!
Located @ St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church
19580 Pilgrims Place, Parker
We request that you help feed our scouts & scouters the way we always do - POTLUCK!
Please bring a kid friendly main dish for the scouts to share and a salad or dessert.
Troop 88 scouts interested in a merit badge book?
Contact our Troop Librarian.
Registration deadline: September 18, 2013.
Questions??? Contact Mrs. Moncier - moc.liamgnull@reicnomrefinnej
9:00am – 12:00pm
Citizenship in the Nation
1:00pm – 3:00pm
Search & Rescue
Citizenship in the World
Citizenship in the Community
Soil & Water Conservation
SAVE THE DATE!!
- Did you have fun at the spring Merit Badge Academy?
- Did you learn some new things?
- Did you eat some good food?
- Are you ready for the next one?
Troop 88 is working on the Fall Academy and the date is currently 21 September 2013.
If there is a merit badge you really want to earn, let Mrs. Moncier know.
If there is a merit badge you really want to teach, let Mrs. Moncier know.
Railroading Merit Badge
The Rocky Mountain Division of the Train Collectors Association offers the opportunity for Scouts to work on and complete the requirements for the Railroading Merit Badge at our Summer and Winter holiday shows.
You can complete the following requirements for the Railroading Merit Badge at our shows. Requirement No. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8a(3). If you have completed any of these or other requirements prior to the show, please bring your completed work or a written explanation to satisfy the requirement for review by a counselor.
There will be several displays throughout the show to help you complete the requirements.
Counselors will be on hand to review your work.
Current and retired railroad workers will be on hand to discuss the requirements and what you can do to be safe around railroads.
Wear your Scout uniform for free admission to the show. Parents and Scout families will be admitted for a discount by showing current Scout identification. Admission is good for both days. This offer is also extended to Cub Scouts, Girl Scouts, Explorer, Venture, Sea, or Air Scouts.
Come prepared to have fun and learn about Railroading and the fascinating world of trains both toy and prototype.
Bring paper and pencil to prepare your work or bring your previously completed written work to be reviewed by a counselor.
Go to the merit badge table next to Operation Lifesaver and Kids Korner areas to get your information package. Your last stop will be back at the Merit Badge table to finish the paperwork
All gauges of toy trains will be represented from a variety of manufacturers.
Multiple operating displays and hand-on opportunities abound.
Come spend the day learning about Railroading, safety, and the fascinating hobby of model railroading.
The program may also satisfy some of the requirements for Cub Scouts and Girl Scout skill awards for hobbies and travel.
Have fun in Scouting!
For questions or information, please contact: RMD BSA Coordinator.
Information on the merit badge requirements is also available on the RMDTCA Website
For those of you who are up to the challenge, 2013 is Troop 88′s “Year of the Knot”. If you would like more information on this challenge, click on the link below and good luck!
Merit Badge College
February 9, 2013
Sign-up Using This Doc!
Come One Come All To
Troop 88’s Webelos Open House
Learn all about what we do and how we do it
You will learn
- First Aid
- Campout Cooking
- Packing A Backpack
- Knots and Lashings
- Out Door Adventures
November 27th, 2012
Parker Evangelical Presbyterian Church
MARK YOUR CALENDARS!!!
Troop 88 has been asked to participate in the Annual Parker Christmas Carriage Parade!
The event will be Saturday, Dec. 8 at 12 p.m. We will meet between 11:15pm – 1:45pm at corner of Mainstreet and Pine Lane (by the PACE Center).
We’ll be carrying the banners in front of winning Horse Participants.
This is a fun event and a great honor that the town asks us each year to participate. Please mark you calendars and plan to attend.
The time is here for another haunt. Mark your calendars, workdays are 1st two Saturdays in September 9/8 & 9/15 8am-4pm. Final workday is 9/29. If everybody comes for a few hours it won’t take long, but it will be a lot of work for a few…so please help outJ
Things to bring with you:
- Old paint – brown/black… spray or can, old brushes
- Old clothes
- More old clothes, shoes hats….
- Sack lunch if all day worker
This year we are going to create 9 areas, from lynchings to chainsaw massacre’s, many details to follow. Haunt is open 9 days, every Fri. & Sat. in October, 7-10pm. plus the last Sunday before Halloween – We are NOT open on Halloween.
We need at least 25-30 actors each night, sign up with Mrs. Palmore.