Tyler Akins is teaching a technology-based Nova award. If you want to explore the topic of programming and how it affects your life every day, now is a great time. Also included in this is the Programming merit badge class.
What do you need to do?
Write three programs, watch a few hours of carefully selected and somewhat entertaining videos. discuss your findings, and interview a person whose job depends on programming.
When: 6:30 PM on June 22, 24, 25. Each session will be 3 hours or less.
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 872 2859 5651
Join us on Saturday, May 16th, for the Dog Care merit badge. The class runs from 9:00 am to 11:00 am. You will need to have, borrow, or help with a dog for two months.
Hello ladies! I'm sure that most of you are well on your way to earning all of the requirements for rank advancement. In case you need another merit badge or two, I am offering several classes online via Zoom. Class sizes are small in order to keep the level of participation and involvement high. They are slated to run three hours with a break and will soon be listed on the council's website, and I know that people from around the country will jump at the opportunity to sign up (I've had people from Puerto Rico, Texas, California, New York, Washington, and other states). There's no fees and registration is super simple. It's worth considering just so you can see how long my hair is.
Programming, 5/16, 10:00 am
Digital Technology, 5/26, 4:00 pm
Signs, Signals, and Codes, 5/27, 4:00 pm
Emergency Preparedness, 5/30, 9:00 am
Emergency Preparedness, 5/30, 2:00 pm
Emergency Preparedness, 5/30, 7:00 pm
Middle & High School Students - Join us for virtual Leadership Sessions with business leaders who want to share timely and awesome topics with you!
GREG BEILMAN | MAY 12, 4PM CT
Topic: Leading in the Medical Field
STEVIE RAY | MAY 14, 4PM CT
Topic: What's Your Leadership Style?
AMANDA BRINKMAN | MAY 19, 3PM CT
Topic: Doing Well by Doing Good
STEVE DEITZ | MAY 20, 2PM CT
Topic: Innovation Leadership-Inspiring Others to Carve New Trails & Discover New Territories
JUSTICE PAUL THISSEN | MAY 28, 2PM CT
Topic: Leadership is part of the Constitution, and civic service
Join Scouts from across the nation in a huge event happening May 2nd at 10:00.
Physical fitness and community service!
Skill development! (Moviemaking merit badge and STEM awards)
From camp-style cooking and friendly competitions, to special guests and campfire singalongs, this virtual event will bring the best parts of Scouting to life.
Help us continue Scouting's legacy and join us as we conduct Service-In-Place from April 24th through May 4th.
SERVICE IN PLACE EVENT
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During these unprecedented times we need to be creative in how we conduct our Good Turn Daily, while still adhering to state and federal guidelines for safety. Service-from-Home is an opportunity for you and your family to do community service while still abiding by the stay-at-home order. Projects can range from cleaning the walking paths or parks in your neighborhood, creating cloth masks for donation to health care systems, or helping with a neighbor's yard work. No act of service is too small.
A key component is recording and sharing your efforts. Your creativity and innovation not only support our communities and neighborhoods, but it also inspires others to act. Help us celebrate your service, and provide resources to others by recording your Service-In-Place hours digitally by using our Service In Place tracker.
Join us to for a scavenger hunt and build a Rube Goldberg Machines!
Rube Goldberg Machine Rules
A Rube Goldberg Machine is a machine that has several working parts that are set off in a chain reaction to do a simple task.
Looking to complete the Hiking Merit Badge?
Join us Saturday, April 25 at 10am to complete requirements 1a., 1b., 2, and 3 in a Zoom meeting with our troop's Hiking Merit Badge Counselor, Mike Lawrance.
Join us to play a bunch of games
When: Friday, April 24 at 7:00
We plan to:
If you want to sleep outside, but do not have a tent you can use one of the troop's. Talk to Scoutmaster Holland if this is the case for you.