Boy Scout Resources
There are several important forms, fliers, and other documents for our Troop. Click on the links below to download the appropriate document you wish to have. Please contact us if there is something that you need that you don’t see here.
Permission slips for camp outs will be posted here when available.
One of the promises a scout makes is to be reverent. The Boy Scouts offer many religious awards to show demonstration of this. For information regarding these or other awards, please contact Theresa Battistella.
National Catholic Committee on Scouting: https://www.nccs-bsa.org
Merit Badge Worksheets
Here are some links for badges we as a troop have been working on. Feel free to work on other badges although you must have the blue card signed by Mr. Horvath, or one of the assistant scoutmasters before you meet with a councilor. If you are in need of contacting a councilor, feel free to ask Mr. Scott at a meeting.
Cit in the Community: https://meritbadge.org/wiki/images/4/4c/Citizenship_in_the_Community.pdf
Cit in the Nation: https://meritbadge.org/wiki/images/2/20/Citizenship_in_the_Nation.pdf
Cit in the World: https://meritbadge.org/wiki/images/0/09/Citizenship_in_the_World.pdf
Firist Aid: http://usscouts.org/mb/worksheets/First-Aid.pdf
Merit Badge Clinics
The best way to earn merit badges such as swimming are best earned at merit badge clinics. Please tell Mrs. Moreno that you will be attending and have a blue card signed by Mr. Horvath or one of the assistant scoutmasters beforehand.
Barrington United Methodist Church- May 11, 9-12
98 Algonquin Road – Fellowship Hall
Features over 50 merit badges including many rare and new badges. Online registration will be open on March 25 through May 6 at 5pm. For more information, see the following link: https://scoutingevent.com/456-25717
Park Central- April 27, 8-1
Park Central – Administration, 3000 Central Road, Rolling Meadows, IL 60008
This Emergency Preparedness workshop is open to all scouts and will cover all of the requirements necessary to earn this merit badge. The prerequisites for this workshop are #1 Earn First Aid Merit Badge. #2c. #7b. #8b. A picture of you with your kit will be acceptable, please bring your explanation of the needs and uses of your kit to class. #9b. #7a will be done as part of this workshop. For more information, see the following link: https://apm.activecommunities.com/rmparks/Activity_Search/emergency-preparedness-merit-badge/31723
Chicagoland Lionel Railroad Club’s Train House- June 1, 9-4
1311 Schoolhouse Road, Units 3 & 4, New Lenox, IL 60451
All scouts interested in earning the Railroading Merit Badge are welcome to learn and earn. The full-day event
includes lunch. Registration is limited to 80 Scouts. To register or for questions contact Herbert Koch at: