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Merit Badge Signup


Merit Badge Signup
Date
Registration Begins
7/13/2020 4:00 PM
Last Day To Register
8/2/2020 5:00 PM
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July 20th-23rd (Monday- Thursday; each class lasts up to an hour and fifteen minutes)

 

9am— Weather

11am— Fingerprinting

1pm— Citizenship in the Nation

3pm— Personal Management

7pm— Coin Collecting

 

July 27th-July 30th (Monday- Thursday; each class lasts up to an hour and fifteen minutes)

 

11am— Crime Prevention

1pm— Music 

3pm— American Heritage

5pm— Chess

7pm— American Business

 

August 3rd-August 6th (Monday- Thursday; each class lasts up to an hour and fifteen minutes)

 

9am— Fishing

10:30am— Textiles 

1pm— Theater

3pm— Plant Science

4:30pm— Oceanography

7pm— American Labor

 

Class Information

Weather will be taught by Joseph Giles, a member of the Camp Barnhardt Ecology Staff from Troop 301. Scouts will need to keep a weather log and utilize their class project for a week after the last class to complete the merit badge. josephgiles360@gmail.com

 

Fingerprinting will be taught by Austin Hedrick of Troop 442 who works on the Camp Barnhardt Staff with NightHawks and Aquatics. This badge can be completed during the week and is great preparation for Crime Prevention that Austin is teaching the next week. Hedrickja634@rssed.org

 

Citizenship in the Nation will be taught by Nathan Sageser, Eagle Scout from Troop 219 and a member of the Camp Barnhardt Eagles’ Nest Staff. This badge can be completed if scouts have already visited a national landmark, federal facility, or the capital (a parental note is acceptable). nathansageser@gmail.com

 

Personal Management will be taught by Nathan Sageser, Eagle Scout from Troop 219 and a member of the Camp Barnhardt Eagles’ Nest Staff. This badge requires scouts to keep a log of their personal finances for a period of time after the other requirements are completed. nathansageser@gmail.com

 

Oceanography will be taught by Mia Braun, a member of the Camp Barnhardt NightHawks Staff and Marine Biology major at Florida Southern. To complete the badge scouts will need paper for drawing with colored pencils or markers. They’ll also need to complete one of the projects that the instructor will explain (some supplies are needed that they can likely find around the home: one can be done with a thermometer if a lake or creek is nearby, another with a net and magnifying glass, another with clay, another with cardboard, etc.). miabraun01@gmail.com

 

Coin Collecting will be taught by Nathan Sageser, Eagle Scout from Troop 219 and a member of the Camp Barnhardt Eagles’ Nest Staff. This badge requires scouts to find coins from certain years. It can be completed during the week using change in the household or after the sessions end. nathansageser@gmail.com

 

Crime Prevention will be taught by Austin Hedrick of Troop 442 who works on the Camp Barnhardt Staff with NightHawks and Aquatics. This badge can be completed (also consider taking Fingerprinting the previous week). Hedrickja634@rssed.org

 

Music will be taught by Caleb Watson of Troop 83, the Camp Barnhardt Handicraft Director. To earn the badge the scouts must interview a family member about music, be in a band or chorus for six months, or attend two live musical performances (one of Requirements 3a, 3b, or 3c). Calebwatson228@gmail.com

 

Chess will be taught by Caleb Watson of Troop 83, the Camp Barnhardt Handicraft Director. This badge can be completed online during the sessions. Calebwatson228@gmail.com

 

American Heritage will be taught by Salem Fleming, a member of the Camp Barnhardt Eagles’ Nest Staff. Requirement 5a should be done in advance, but this is a fun one: watch two movies set in historical America. flemingsalem1@gmail.com

 

American Business will be taught by Salem Fleming, a member of the Camp Barnhardt Eagles’ Nest Staff. This badge can be completed. flemingsalem1@gmail.com

 

American Labor will be taught by Salem Fleming, a member of the Camp Barnhardt Eagles’ Nest Staff. This badge can be completed. flemingsalem1@gmail.com

 

Fishing will be taught by Joseph Giles, a member of the Camp Barnhardt Ecology Staff from Troop 301. Scouts will need to fish/have fished own their own and attempted to cook a fish to earn the badge (a parental note is acceptable). All of the other requirements (knots, safety, conservation, etc. will be covered in this session. josephgiles360@gmail.com

 

Textiles will be taught by Treva McCain who cooks the delicious meals at Camp Barnhardt (you're missing out on some great meals if you haven't come to summer camp since Treva started in 2019!). Scouts will need a few supplies for some projects but they are all household items that can easily be gathered together. mccaintreva@aol.com

 

Plant Science will be taught by Salem Fleming, a member of the Camp Barnhardt Eagles’ Nest Staff. This badge has some requirements that the scouts will have to accomplish by exploring and examining the plant life outside their homes. flemingsalem1@gmail.com

 

Theater will be taught by the Camp Barnhardt Pool Director Ainsley Moore. Scouts will have some work between sessions (watching plays online and writing reviews), but the badge can be completed. Aamoore1129@gmail.com

Photography  will be taught by Austin Hedrick, a member of the Camp Barnhardt NightHawks Staff from Troop 442. Scouts will need to a phone or camera to complete the badge. Hedrickja634@rssed.org

 

 

 

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