The Merit Badge Program

Merit badges give Scouts the opportunity to investigate around over 100 different areas of knowledge and skills. The merit badge program plays a major role in the Scouting advancement program. Each Scout can explore topics from American Business to Woodworking as they have interest. The only limitations are their ambition and availability of adult merit badge counselors to offer instruction.

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Upcoming Merit Badge Events

Must attend both sessions.   5. Watch the national evening news for five days in a row or read the main stories in a national media...
Citizenship in the Community Merit Badge Plover March 14 & April 18 Scouts must attend both sessions.  Scouts should come to...
Family Life Merit Badge March 18th & April 15th, 2024 Park City Credit Union Community Room, Merrill  Join us for two sessions of...
Citizenship in the World MB - Tomahawk April 6, 2024 Scouts should come to the sessions with an understanding of the requirements and prepared...
First Aid MB - Tomahawk April 6, 2024 Scouts should come to the sessions with an understanding of the requirements and prepared to discuss with...
Citizenship in the Nation - Marshfield April 15 & May 20 Scouts must attend both sessions.  Scouts should come to the sessions with an...
Disabilities Awareness Merit Badge Wausau Prerequisite: 2. Visit an agency that works with people with physical, mental, emotional, or educational...

 Samoset Council, Boy Scouts of America
 3511 Camp Phillips Rd, Weston WI 54476
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