Area Scouting Activities and Events.
• Boy Scout Merit Badge Day/Cub Scout Belt Loops 10/5/2013
• What: Merit Badge Day for Boy Scouts and Belt Loops for Cubs.
• When: Saturday, October 5, 2013, 12PM to 8PM,
• Where: American Legion Post #60, 2 Main Street, Laurel, MD 20707
Being offered is three Citizenship Badge, First Aid and Communications.
Boy Scouts will also have an option of spending the night on the baseball field. (Weather Permitting)
9AM to 12 Noon Cub Scout Belt Loops. TBD. (Weather Permitting)
Please see the PDF attachment for details.
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• 2013 Scouting Saturday Workshops
When: Periodic Saturdays (Please check program flyers for specfic calendar.) 9:30AM-3PM.
Where: Clearwater Nature Center, 11000 Thrift Road, Clinton, MD 20735, 301/297-4575
Fee: $10 for Prince George's and Montgomery County residents, $12 for non-residents of those counties.
Join a naturalist for a special all-day program once a month to explore the natural world and complete requirements for a Boy Scout merit badge! All programs include all necessary materials and are taught by staff currently registered as merit badge counselors with the National Capital Area Council.
Space is strictly limited to 15 scouts per program. Please call 301/297-4575 to register.
Boy Scouts who wish to complete the requirements for a merit badge should bring a "blue card" from their scout leader and submit the signed card to their troop's leader after attending. Participants should bring a non-perishable bag lunch, a water bottle, and dress for outdoor activities (waterproof hiking boots are recommended). For additional information, please call the Nature Center or email Antonia Bookbinder at email@example.com .
• 2013 Patuxent Research Refuge Scout Workshops
When: (See website for program offerings and times/dates.)
Where: Contact National Wildlife Visitor Center, 10901 Scarlet Tanager Loop, Laurel, MD 20708-4027, 301/497-5580 for locations.
The Patuxent Research Refuge holds Scout-oriented nature events for every level of scouting, as well as general interest nature, wildlife and forest programs. Pre-registrion is required. For more information on how unit leaders can utilize the exhibits, trails and programs available, please visit this URL: