Re: merit badge book
Carl W. Timmons (ctimmons@PRIMARY.NET)
Wed, 24 Jun 1998 17:53:28 -0500
In our troop it depends on the counselor. For some merit badges the
handbook is very helpful with examples, which are usually not given on the
internet etc., which directs the scout in the right direction if he wants
to start prior to his appointment with the counselor. As wth all things
concerning merit batges, the counselor is the first, last, and only authority.
At 21:33 6/23/98 -0700, Bob and Rusty Taylor wrote:
>I hope this doesn't sound too dumb, but to what extent is it necessary for
>a boy to have the merit badge book inorder to earn the badge? all of the
>requirements are in the handbook or on the internet, how important is the
> --- "If you build it, they will come."
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