Matinecock Summer Merit Badge Program

Session 1: Wednesday July 6th & July 13th

Session 2: Wednesday Aug 3nd & Aug 10th

6:30pm – 9:00pm

 

Scouts must attend both classes in the same session

  • Uniform is required.
  • Pre-registration is required. “No Walk-ins “
  • Scouts must arrive with a Blue Card signed by your Scoutmaster
  • Suggested donation to the church $10 and /or Food donations to the pantry

 

Scouts need to bring, pencils, paper and any materials required for the merit badge. A merit badge book will be very helpful. A parent / guardian must sign each scout out of every session day.

 

If a class does not appear on the registration form that means it's full

 

July Registration Form  CLOSED !

 

 

 

 

Please note space in some merit badge classes will be limited age and rank may be prioritized. Sign up early.

 

Interested in teaching a class ?

 

Contact Marc Gaudioso at BSAmarc@optimum.net

 

Current Classes <more may be added over time>

New classes will be added at the bottom of the list.

 

July Classes

Badge Size Councilor Prereqisits
*Citizenship in the Community (requires Dates in July and August) 30 Janet Heller-Smitelli


July 6th, August 3rd, August 10th at St Hughs of Lincoln Church  and July 21st Meet at Suffolk County Legislature from 12:15 to 3:00pm.

Plese see the following documents for important information

Citizenship in the World 

24

David Hunt  
Electricity 20 Paul Merget  
Emergency Prep 20 Don Ghee  
Family Life 20 Chris Casalino Family Life has many parts that need to be done with the Scout’s family, plus a 90 day chore chart. This is a way to earn a “partial”, you may  reach out to the counciler to complete as needed.

Requirements #4 & #5 involve physical projects to be done at home/with family. I can brainstorm ideas with the group but they may need more than 1 week to be

Requirement #3: the group can start this prior to the session or we can discuss chore ideas and they can complete the chore chart at home. Either way, it’s a 90 day chore chart so they wouldn’t be able to complete it by the end of the summer session.
Indian Lore 25 Marc Gaudioso  
First Aid 10 Jen McRae Fitzsimmons  

August Classes

 

Badge Size Councilor Prerequisit
American Heritage 5 Rich Wisnewski
  4 A and B.  For B, find and photograph a historic marker then research it out for discussion.
 
5.  with parent’s permission, watch 2 of the following movies:  The Patriot; Gettysburg; Lincoln  or 1776
American Buisness 15 Chris Daniel  
Citizenship in Society

5

Class Full

Brian Ruggeberg


"Sessions will start promptly; please be on time and plan to be an active participant
Please bring: notebook, pen/pencil, completed blue card, and Citizenship in Society workbook
Please prepare answers to Requirements 1 – 3 in advance of Session 1, so we can discuss and maximize our time"

Citizenship in the World 24 David Hunt Priority will be given to scouts over 13
Electricity 20 Paul Merget  
Emergency Prep 20 Don Ghee  
Family Life 15 Chris Casalino Family Life has many parts that need to be done with the Scout’s family, plus a 90 day chore chart. This is a way to earn a “partial”, you may  reach out to the counciler to complete as needed.

Requirements #4 & #5 involve physical projects to be done at home/with family. I can brainstorm ideas with the group but they may need more than 1 week to be

Requirement #3: the group can start this prior to the session or we can discuss chore ideas and they can complete the chore chart at home. Either way, it’s a 90 day chore chart so they wouldn’t be able to complete it by the end of the summer session.
Indian Lore 25    Marc Gaudioso    
Law 15 Brian Kennedy  
Music 8 Debbie Peltz Bring your instrument