As a part of the  most recent Merit Badge Saturday, the participants have been asked to take part in the following to complete the merit badge:

 7a. Take part in an emergency service project either real or a practice drill, with a Scouting unit or a  community agency.

 7b. Prepare a plan for mobilizing your troop when needed to do emergency service, If there is already a plan, explain it.  

 We will switch one of our planned activities to complete an emergency service project and a troop mobilization plan between now and the next MBS (May 20th).  Information on how to run an emergency service project and make a plan are available online. 

The 1st Annual Spring Meat Shoot. Pre-Registration requested by April 15th, from 10:45 AM - 5:00 PM. Cost is $10.00 for a round. Safety brief starts at 10:45. Shooting starts at 11:00 AM. The event is open to both youth and adults. The Shotgun Merit Badge will be offered in the AM, sign up is separate from this event, and you will receive the Mandatory Safety brief during the class. 

To register for the Spring Meat Shoot follow this link

Shotgun Merit Badge
Sat. April 29th | 8 a.m. - 11 a.m.

This event is provided for Scouts to earn their Shotgun Merit Badge. All classroom instruction will be completed first thing in the morning; shooting will begin upon completion. You must qualify to earn the badge, and a partial will be given to those that did not complete the shooting portion. You will need to bring a signed Blue Card from your Unit Leader. After the Merit Badge Class, you may stay for the Meat Shoot. Cost is $10 for a round of 10 shots; Follow the link below to learn more!

Follow this link to Register!

River Gorge Tree Planting Project
Sat. April 22 | 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.

Join hundreds of volunteers for one day of tree planting and landscape projects. Please bring your own gardening gloves and drinking water. There will be limited gardening tools available so feel free to bring a shovel and bucket. The location of the planting will be along the northwest side of the Spokane River near the Sandifur Footbridge. The meeting place for check-in is in a dirt lot at the top of the Centennial Trail in West Central west of Kendall Yards. Register today by following the link below! We hope to see you there.



April 21-22, 2017. Camp Grizzly in Harvard, ID. Must be 14 years old to participate. Fun Competition. Great Prizes.

$15.00 per Scout and $10.00 per Leader for early-bird registration, $18.00 per Scout and $13 per Leader if paid upon arrival at camp. Check in starts at 4 PM April 21. Early registration must be received by April 3, 2017. 

See attached flyer for details. FLYER

Scouts must come prepared with teams of 2-3 people. Each team must have a recipe and bring the necessary ingredients for that recipe. The Scouting leadership will provide the basic cooking utensils. If a special utensil is needed that team should let their leader know prior to the event. Because of the time constraint, each team must choose a recipe that can be prepared in 50 minutes or less, or prep some of the ingredients before arriving for the activity. Activity at 7:00 pm.

Teams will be judged on:

  • Taste

  • Appearance

  • Texture

  • Nutrient Balance 

  • Value

  • Level of Difficulty

(Preparing a more difficult dish does not necessarily mean a better score. If a Scout demonstrates appropriate knowledge and skill they will be awarded points for difficulty). 

Basic Utensils Provided:

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