AquaticsSwimming Lifesaving Rowing Canoeing Small Boat Sailing Motorboating (M-W, 13+) Watersports (13+) Instructional Swim Open Boating Open Swim Mile Swim (conditioning) Canoe Trek (by troop or patrol) Troop Swim
Eagle QuestTenderfoot Second Class First Class Totin’ Chip Firem’n Chit Paul Bunyan
Field SportsRifle Shooting Shotgun Shooting (13+) Archery Personal Fitness (M-W) Sports (Th-F) Athletics (M-W) Fishing Orienteering Mountain Biking (13+) Intramurals
HandicraftLeatherwork Woodcarving Metalwork Basketry Art Model Design & Building Sculpture Fingerprinting (Th-F)
High AdventureClimbing (13+) Open Climb Adults (M/W) Open Climb Youth (M/W) C.O.P.E. (13+) Low C.O.P.E.
NatureNature Weather (M-W) Mammal Study (Th-F) Bird Study Insect Study Soil & Water Conservation Forestry Fish & Wildlife Reptile & Amphibian Study Oceanography
O.A. AreaIndian Lore American Heritage Troop Leader Training
RanchHorsemanship Animal Science (M-W) Vertinary Medicine (Th-F) Dog Care Ransburg Wrangler Trail Rides
ScoutcraftCamping Wilderness Survival Emergency Preparedness Pioneering First Aid Geocaching
STEM - Science, Technology, Engineering and MathEnvironmental Science Space Exploration Aviation Astronomy Archaeology Geology Chemistry Energy Nuclear Science (recommended 13+) Robotics Engineering Electricity
Summer Camp in 2012 will be at the Ransburg Scouting Reservation in Bloomington, Indiana. A rough map of the camp is here. The current activity schedule (link copied from Ransburg site) can be found here. We will be at the Oaks campsite (bottom left of map when held upright). They have a large number of merit badges and other activities that Scouts can do. Below is a list gleaned from the activity schedule (bold items are merit badges, plain items are other activities). Badges that we couldn't do at Friedlander last year include Personal Fitness, American Heritage, Animal Science, Athletics, Aviation, Chemistry, Dog Care, Electricity, Energy, Engineering, Geocaching, Horsemanship, Model Design & Building, Nuclear Science, Oceanography, Robotics, Rowing, Sculpture, Sports, Veterinary Medicine, and Water Sports. Note that some of those are also available at Merit Badge Challenge. Some of the badges appear to be only 2-3 days on the schedule as opposed to a full week for most, and are followed by (M-W) or (Th-F). Some badges also require that Scouts be 13 and above, denoted by (13+).
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