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Event Details

Event Type Merit Badge
Title Troop 1134 Merit Badge Day at Wildlife Action
Location 2075 Kellogg Creek Rd. Acworth GA 30102  Show Map
Start Date Start Time Stop Date Stop Time
10/26/2019 8:00am 10/26/2019 1:30pm
Open for Registration Last day to Register
10/4/2019   10/24/2019
(# badges a single scout can attend)
(cost to attend event)
(Who is invited)
1 $0.00 any scout who wants to attend
Council District Type Unit
Atlanta Area Northern Ridge Troop 1134

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Please read everything we've included in the event description. If you still have questions, contact the event manager by clicking this button.

Email Mrs Linda Ludwik (, the Event Manager

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ActivitySessionLocationPrerequisitesMin. AgeClass FeeMax in ClassSeats AvailableCounselor 
Bird Study AM Bring binoculars/worksheet. Complete #2, start #510$101010 Patrick Thompson ,Biologist-P.Ranger
Camping* AM Complete #'s 2, 4a, 5 a c d, 7a, 8d, 910$1099 Mr Michael Young BS, MS
Cooking* AM Bring worksheet with #'s 4, 5 a b c, 6 completed 10$1854 Mr Daniel Nemec
Fishing AM Bring a fishing pole (not a fly fishing pole)10$161111 Carol DelGais
Sponsor Information

This Merit Badge Clinic is sponsored by BSA Troop 1134 of the Northern Ridge District, Atlanta Area Council and is promoted via ALL counselors are trained and YPT certified.

We are a guest of Wildlife Action. There shall be no littering, defacing or destruction of any structure. Virtues of the Scout Law and Leave No Trace shall be in effect at all times.





8:00 AM: Registration begins.

Counselors: ALL Merit Badge Counselors need to check-in to pick up their class roster and identification paddle.

8:30 AM:  Assembly, Welcome, Announcements

8:45 AM:   Each Counselor escorts his/her class to the designated area. Scouts must go directly to their MB clinic, no wandering!  ALL Adult Leaders and Scoutmasters will assist our counselors and will help with noise and crowd control at all times.

9:00 AM - 11:00 PM:  Merit Badge Session 1 (There will be staggered, designated break times for all clinics).

11:00 AM - 11:30 PM: LUNCH BREAK. Bring your own lunch!


1:30 PM:  Merit Badge Day ends. All Scouts must be picked up at this time.

AN ADULT FROM EACH TROOP IS ENCOURAGED TO STAY. (Bring a chair and your lunch.)


Registration: Registration fee is $10.00 per Scout. (Exception - Cooking is $18 & Fishing is $16)

All payments must be received via PAYPAL or by snail mail by October 26, 2019 to be eligible. Otherwise, we will drop your online registration and will allow other Scouts to register in your place. Fees are non-refundable, but can be transferred to another scout. MB Counselors require student or parent e-mail or phone for coordination.

Uniform: The Full B.S.A. Class A uniform is the official uniform for the day.

Code of Conduct: The Scout Oath, the Law, and the Outdoor Code shall be the guiding behavior for the Merit Badge University. A Scout whose conduct is not consistent with the code will be directed to leave the school grounds immediately. Adequate supervision must be provided by each participating unit. Discipline is the responsibility of the Scoutmaster or other assigned leaders in charge of the troop.

Transportation: The Troop Leaders must coordinate arrival and departure time for transportation. Troops need to make certain that they have adequate transportation for their Scouts. All transportation to and from the Merit Badge University must be arranged within your troop. Encourage everyone to carpool. Please follow the speed limit when driving on the property.

Clean Up: A Scout is Clean. Troop Leaders please coordinate with your troop to clean the premises and to keep the outdoor areas in the same condition as found. All garbage must be properly disposed into designated containers or carried out.

Security: Report any incidents to the event organizers.

Counselor Information

Blue Cards / Merit Badge Worksheets

All Scouts must bring to class the following:

1. Blue Card filled out with Scout data & signed by their Scoutmaster

2. Printed out Merit Badge worksheet (

3. Any pre-requisite work

The Blue Card will be updated with tasks completed in class and returned to Scout before they depart. It is the responsibility of the Scout to request and obtain his Blue Card.

Prerequisites: The Merit Badge Counselor will give credit for completed requirements ONLY. The Scout should complete all other requirements not covered in class, at his own pace and with his own troop counselors. Class work will be followed by individual Scout’s projects and his ability to fulfill all requirements.

Advancement Records: After the merit badge event, if you have any questions about the Blue Cards, please visit your unit "Scout Registration" page and "Print Advancement Results" or email the Event Coordinator.

Unit Sign-up Instructions

Scout Preparation: Many classes have pre-requisites which must be done if you wish to complete the badge during class. Some classes also have age and/or rank requirements. Read & bring the merit badge booklet if you have it. Unless indicated otherwise, all other requirements for the Merit Badge should be covered in class. All Scouts must bring to class the following:

1. Blue Card filled out with Scout data & SIGNED by their Scoutmaster

2. Merit Badge worksheet (

3. Any pre-requisite work

4. Writing utensil

Troops: The UNIT LEADER in charge CHECKS IN the troop. Once you have confirmed all of your Scouts are in attendance, please send just one person per Troop to the registration table. Remember... substitutions are allowed, but we cannot add on Scouts or change classes.

Payment Instructions for the Unit

The participation fee is $10 per Scout. Additional fees for materials are identified for designated classes. Troops are obligated to pay for the total number of Scouts registered.

To Pay: Please go to the Troop 1134 Paypal:  In the Notes field enter your Troop # , the names of all attendees, and their course so we can link the payment with your registration. Example:  Troop 1234, John Smith, Cooking  If there is not enough room in the form, please email with all of the details.

BY CHECK - Please print two copies of your registration form. Send one copy with complete payment. Retain the other registration copy for your records. Please make Check Payable/Mail to "Troop 1134" and mail to: BSA Troop 1134, 11330 Woodstock Rd, Roswell, GA 30075

Refunds: The registration fee is non-refundable. The amount paid will be forfeited if the Troop or Scout does not attend. However, Troops may substitute scouts as long as the total number and the Merit Badge doesn’t change.

Directions to the Event

Directions to the MB Day: Wildlife Action, 2075 Kellogg Creek Road, Acworth GA 30102

From Downtown Atlanta:

Get on I-75 N/I-85 N. Keep right at the fork and continue onto I-75 N. Take exit 277 for GA-92 towards Acworth. Turn right onto GA-92 N. Turn left onto Hunt Rd. Continue onto Kellogg Creek Road for almost 4 miles, turning right into Wildlife Action. If you pass Kellogg Drive - you've gone too far!

From I-285:

Travel I-285 to get onto I-75 North. Continue on I-75 North to exit 277. Take exit 277 for GA-92 towards Acworth. Turn right onto GA-92 N. Turn left onto Hunt Rd. Continue onto Kellogg Creek Road for almost 4 miles, turning right into Wildlife Action. If you pass Kellogg Drive - you've gone too far!
Release Information

Photograph/Video Release:  Registering for this event authorizes BSA Troop 1134 or any entity or person designated by BSA Troop 1134 the right to the use or reproduction of any and all photographs, video, or other media taken of the persons named above during the classes or related activities. All photographs, videos, or other media are the property of BSA Troop 1134 or the entity or person designated by BSA Troop 1134, and may be used for any purpose without additional consent.

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