Sunday, May 31, 2020

Troop Comfort level assessment . please take a moment and let us know how you're doing.

Hello all thank you to the 24 participants who attended our parent meeting on Wednesday night. I know that there is a lot of uncertainty right now. This survey should help us plan for our summer scouting activities. As more information becomes available we may need to reassess where we are at again.
We want scouting to be scout lead, but this still requires parent participation, leadership, and guidance. Thank you for sharing your thoughts with us

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScEssNoep2QfcJqeWrOQ4ewDS6imFOJUFfH9Uxle1jqTfhVSA/viewform

Anne Moe
Paul Blincow

PLB: My apologies if you received this twice. I sent it out earlier in the week but don't see it in any of my family's email accounts so am concerned that it didn't get sent. Your input and that of your scout and family is important to making this program an awesome experience for our youth.

Wednesday, May 27, 2020

Reminder: RSVP for Parent's Meeting - PLEASE ATTEND! What's up with scouting in these times?

Calendar: Troop 9626 B
Event: Parent's Meeting - PLEASE ATTEND! What's up with scouting in these times?
Where: https://zoom.us/j/3729151549?pwd=UWpXZnl6ZVN4ZUZNUHpobHdBM1QrZz09
When: May 27, 2020 7:30pm-8:30pm (UTC-06:00) Central Time

Greetings!
We really need YOU to attend our Parent meeting this Wednesday where we, as the families that make up this troop will discuss What's up with Scouting in these times?!
With the Governor's announcement we suspect that many families will be gathering in small groups with their close friends so we're moving our meeting to Wednesday

Things we need to discuss (some may be sensitive so we're happy to meet privately)
How are things going with your scout? your family? you?
What are your expectations of us?
How has scouting been going? What should we Stop? What should we Start? What should we Continue?
What is your comfort level with in person scouting when that opportunity opens up?
What does Scout Camping look like now?
What are your thoughts around Tomahawk in August?
Do you have concerns?Financial? Medical? Social? etc?
What can you do to help? How can we help make that less intimidating and easier?

See you there!
Paul Blincow

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Reminder: RSVP for Parent's Meeting - PLEASE ATTEND! What's up with scouting in these times?

Calendar: Troop 9626 B
Event: Parent's Meeting - PLEASE ATTEND! What's up with scouting in these times?
Where: https://zoom.us/j/3729151549?pwd=UWpXZnl6ZVN4ZUZNUHpobHdBM1QrZz09
When: May 27, 2020, 7:30pm - 8:30pm (UTC-06:00) Central Time

Greetings!
We really need YOU to attend our Parent meeting this Wednesday where we, as the families that make up this troop will discuss What's up with Scouting in these times?!
With the Governor's announcement we suspect that many families will be gathering in small groups with their close friends so we're moving our meeting to Wednesday

Things we need to discuss (some may be sensitive so we're happy to meet privately)
How are things going with your scout? your family? you?
What are your expectations of us?
How has scouting been going? What should we Stop? What should we Start? What should we Continue?
Wha t is your comfort level with in person scouting when that opportunity opens up?
What does Scout Camping look like now?
What are your thoughts around Tomahawk in August?
Do you have concerns?Financial? Medical? Social? etc?
What can you do to help? How can we help make that less intimidating and easier?

See you there!
Paul Blincow

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Tomahawk Update and Committee Meeting discussion tonight focusing on camping this summer

Good morning Scouters and Parents!

We are looking forward to seeing you at tonight’s adult Committee Meeting beginning at 1930 hrs. following the PLC.

As Mrs. Moe outlined in her email, we would like to discuss what the camping landscape looks like this summer. For Tomahawk specifically, the latest guidance we have is from May 21st. In a nutshell, the program is changing and continues to evolve given COVID-19 guidance and recommendations for operating youth camps. Highlights below; link to original document at bottom. We expect new guidance from Tomahawk following Gov. Walz updates later this week, hopefully.

--- Tomahawk closed until July 5
--- Once it opens, campsites are to be split into individual sections housing no more than 10 participants (8 youth, 2 adults, most likely)
--- Tomahawk is encouraging all participants to either tent with a member of their household or by themselves.
--- Camp schedule changed to Sunday to Saturday vice Saturday to Saturday to allow time for cleaning and sanitation of camp
--- No large assemblies or campfires (replaced with unit-level versions in the troop campsite)
--- ***Older Scout Programs and Merit Badge offerings are being re-worked and re-defined by the Tomahawk staff.*** New guidance is expected on May 29th.
--- Dining Hall closed; all cooking to be done in camp
--- Tomahawk is asking those with serious underlying medical conditions as outlined by thge CDC to not attend camp for their own safety this summer.


You can read the latest update here http://camptomahawk.org/DesktopModules/PackFlashPublish/ArticleDetail/ArticleDetailPrint.aspx?ArticleID=6790&Template=Standard_Print.ascx&siteID=25

Sabina Hashmi
Tomahawk Coordinator

Tuesday, May 19, 2020

Date change for PLC and Committee MTG to next WED 5/27/20 PLEASE READ 9626

Hello Scouts, Scouters and Parents

We were hoping to have more information for the summer at this meeting, but the American camping association and the YMCA were delayed a few days in getting their recommendations out for Summer camping. Tomahawk and Northern Star Counsel was depending on their recommendation to plan for their summer camping plans.

We would like to move our meetings out until we hear from Tomahawk about their plans and the recommendation for camping this summer.

We will move the PLC to 630 on WEDNESDAY 5/27 and the committee meeting to 730 to follow.
We really would like to have every parent attend this committee meeting. How you feel about these guidelines and your comfort level with them will impact how we do scouting this summer.
There was also a letter sent from North Star Council regarding camping this summer. All group camping will be suspended until at least July 5th.

Your opinion and involvement matter to the success of our troop. We look forward to seeing you all next Wednesday!

Adults, please email me if you plan to attend amoexx2@gmail.com

Thank you!

Anne Moe,
Committee Chair

Reminder: RSVP for Parent's Meeting - PLEASE ATTEND! What's up with scouting in these times?

Calendar: Troop 9626 B
Event: Parent's Meeting - PLEASE ATTEND! What's up with scouting in these times?
Where: https://zoom.us/j/3729151549?pwd=UWpXZnl6ZVN4ZUZNUHpobHdBM1QrZz09
When: May 20, 2020 7:30pm-8:30pm (UTC-06:00) Central Time

Greetings!
We really need YOU to attend our Parent meeting this Wednesday where we, as the families that make up this troop will discuss What's up with Scouting in these times?!
With the Governor's announcement we suspect that many families will be gathering in small groups with their close friends so we're moving our meeting to Wednesday

Things we need to discuss (some may be sensitive so we're happy to meet privately)
How are things going with your scout? your family? you?
What are your expectations of us?
How has scouting been going? What should we Stop? What should we Start? What should we Continue?
What is your comfort level with in person scouting when that opportunity opens up?
What does Scout Camping look like now?
What are your thoughts around Tomahawk in August?
Do you have concerns?Financial? Medical? Social? etc?
What can you do to help? How can we help make that less intimidating and easier?

See you there!
Paul Blincow

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Monday, May 18, 2020

Scoutmaster Challenge – Heritage Cooking

Hello, Scouts and Scout Families. Now that our Troop Virtual Campout is complete, I have a new Scoutmaster Challenge for you. It involves cooking with your Family.

I challenge Scouts to learn to cook a Family “Heritage” or Favorite meal. What I mean by Heritage dish is a recipe that has been passed down through generations, perhaps even from back before your families came to the U.S. Whatever meal that is a family favorite will do. Learn about the recipe, its ingredients and maybe what the dish means or represents to your family. Help shop for those ingredients and then help prepare that meal for your family. Send photos of the meal’s preparation and the final results, just like you have been doing for the other Scoutmaster challenges and we will post them to Facebook and Instagram.

Good Luck and Bon Appetit!

Mr. Bailey on behalf of Scoutmaster Blincow

Saturday, May 16, 2020

Tonight's Activities(AWARDS!)

Hey guys,

Please join us as we wrap up our first virtual campout. We have dinner at 6:30 and then campfire and awards at 8:00. Hope to see you there.

Matthew Higley

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/3729151549?pwd=UWpXZnl6ZVN4ZUZNUHpobHdBM1QrZz09

Virtual Campout next event 2pm. Brownseas 1pm

Hey guys,
Thank you to everyone who participated in the morning activities. Please join us for some fun competition this afternoon starting at 2

Thanks,
Matthew Higley

Brownseas will start at 1pm - JJB

Reminder: RSVP for VIRTUAL CAMPOUT is now LIVE

Calendar: Troop 9626 B
Event: VIRTUAL CAMPOUT is now LIVE
Where: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/3729151549?pwd=UWpXZnl6ZVN4ZUZNUHpobHdBM1QrZz09
When: May 15, 2020 5:30pm to May 17, 2020 10:30am (UTC-06:00) Central Time

I live and in person the virtual camp out is ready to begin!


Hey there guys,

Your PLC has been working hard to put together a campout for you guys this weekend. Here is the outline Please read through so you know what to expect. Yes we are aware this is short notice but please plan to participate. Brownsea expect another email for your guy's details but still read this one.

Schedule:
Friday Night
Setup your campsite and spend the night
Brownsea Scavenger Hunt

Saturday Morning
9:00 am Start flags (Scouts Should Have Breakfast ready to present)
9:30 am Talk on being prepared
Start Hike (pick up trash if you want)
11:00 am Have a chat about Hike and who picked up the most trash (optional)
11:30 Split for lunch
12:30 Lunch ready to present
Brownsea Split-Off with Troop Guides
2:00 pm Pitch Outdoor art competition (Brownsea Participation)
3:30 pm Patrol time for skits and reflection
5:00 pm Campsite tour
6:30 pm Dinner
8:00 Campfire skits(inside possibly)
8:30 Roses buds and thorns
End of day
Camp outside if you want too.

Link to meeting:
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/3729151549?pwd=UWpXZnl6ZVN4ZUZNUHpobHdBM1QrZz09

Camping outside is really something we want to encourage this weekend however we understand there are obstacles for some. But this is something different so tent camping may be traded for a pillow fort or cardboard box fort if thats what need to happen to get as close to camping as we can.

Yes we are asking that you guys cook three meals a day but with the supervision of YOUR PARENTS to do so safely.
Paren ts this next part is for you. We are still trying to be scout led while we are apart so please when input and guidance is needed do give it but let the scout do as much as he or she can.
There will be prizes for competitions littered throughout out the day. But the whole goal of this weekend is scout spirit so come with a positive attitude and the will to try your best.

I look forward to seeing all of your faces in little boxes this weekend.

Thanks guys,

Matthew Higley

PLB: If you'd like to borrow a troop tent, Mr. Blincow is picking them up from the storage locker at lunch today. They will be handled very little and set into his garage where you can come and pick them up.

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Friday, May 15, 2020

Reminder: RSVP for VIRTUAL CAMPOUT is now LIVE

Calendar: Troop 9626 B
Event: VIRTUAL CAMPOUT is now LIVE
Where: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/3729151549?pwd=UWpXZnl6ZVN4ZUZNUHpobHdBM1QrZz09
When: May 15, 2020 5:30pm to May 17, 2020 10:30am (UTC-06:00) Central Time

I live and in person the virtual camp out is ready to begin!


Hey there guys,

Your PLC has been working hard to put together a campout for you guys this weekend. Here is the outline Please read through so you know what to expect. Yes we are aware this is short notice but please plan to participate. Brownsea expect another email for your guy's details but still read this one.

Schedule:
Friday Night
Setup your campsite and spend the night
Brownsea Scavenger Hunt

Saturday Morning
9:00 am Start flags (Scouts Should Have Breakfast ready to present)
9:30 am Talk on being prepared
Start Hike (pick up trash if you want)
11:00 am Have a chat about Hike and who picked up the most trash (optional)
11:30 Split for lunch
12:30 Lunch ready to present
Brownsea Split-Off with Troop Guides
2:00 pm Pitch Outdoor art competition (Brownsea Participation)
3:30 pm Patrol time for skits and reflection
5:00 pm Campsite tour
6:30 pm Dinner
8:00 Campfire skits(inside possibly)
8:30 Roses buds and thorns
End of day
Camp outside if you want too.

Link to meeting:
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/3729151549?pwd=UWpXZnl6ZVN4ZUZNUHpobHdBM1QrZz09

Camping outside is really something we want to encourage this weekend however we understand there are obstacles for some. But this is something different so tent camping may be traded for a pillow fort or cardboard box fort if thats what need to happen to get as close to camping as we can.

Yes we are asking that you guys cook three meals a day but with the supervision of YOUR PARENTS to do so safely.
Paren ts this next part is for you. We are still trying to be scout led while we are apart so please when input and guidance is needed do give it but let the scout do as much as he or she can.
There will be prizes for competitions littered throughout out the day. But the whole goal of this weekend is scout spirit so come with a positive attitude and the will to try your best.

I look forward to seeing all of your faces in little boxes this weekend.

Thanks guys,

Matthew Higley

PLB: If you'd like to borrow a troop tent, Mr. Blincow is picking them up from the storage locker at lunch today. They will be handled very little and set into his garage where you can come and pick them up.

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Thursday, May 14, 2020

Reminder: RSVP for Parent's Meeting - PLEASE ATTEND! What's up with scouting in these times?

Calendar: Troop 9626 B
Event: Parent's Meeting - PLEASE ATTEND! What's up with scouting in these times?
Where: https://zoom.us/j/3729151549?pwd=UWpXZnl6ZVN4ZUZNUHpobHdBM1QrZz09
When: May 20, 2020, 7:30pm - 8:30pm (UTC-06:00) Central Time

Greetings!
We really need YOU to attend our Parent meeting this Wednesday where we, as the families that make up this troop will discuss What's up with Scouting in these times?!
With the Governor's announcement we suspect that many families will be gathering in small groups with their close friends so we're moving our meeting to Wednesday

Things we need to discuss (some may be sensitive so we're happy to meet privately)
How are things going with your scout? your family? you?
What are your expectations of us?
How has scouting been going? What should we Stop? What should we Start? What should we Continue?
Wha t is your comfort level with in person scouting when that opportunity opens up?
What does Scout Camping look like now?
What are your thoughts around Tomahawk in August?
Do you have concerns?Financial? Medical? Social? etc?
What can you do to help? How can we help make that less intimidating and easier?

See you there!
Paul Blincow

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Virtual Campout!

Hey there guys,

Your PLC has been working hard to put together a campout for you guys this weekend. Here is the outline Please read through so you know what to expect. Yes we are aware this is short notice but please plan to participate. Brownsea expect another email for your guy's details but still read this one.

Schedule:
Friday Night
Setup your campsite and spend the night
Brownsea Scavenger Hunt

Saturday Morning
9:00 am Start flags (Scouts Should Have Breakfast ready to present)
9:30 am Talk on being prepared
Start Hike (pick up trash if you want)
11:00 am Have a chat about Hike and who picked up the most trash (optional)
11:30 Split for lunch
12:30 Lunch ready to present
Brownsea Split-Off with Troop Guides
2:00 pm Pitch Outdoor art competition (Brownsea Participation)
3:30 pm Patrol time for skits and reflection
5:00 pm Campsite tour
6:30 pm Dinner
8:00 Campfire skits(inside possibly)
8:30 Roses buds and thorns
End of day
Camp outside if you want too.

Link to meeting: See invite

Camping outside is really something we want to encourage this weekend however we understand there are obstacles for some. But this is something different so tent camping may be traded for a pillow fort or cardboard box fort if thats what need to happen to get as close to camping as we can.

Yes we are asking that you guys cook three meals a day but with the supervision of YOUR PARENTS to do so safely.
Parents this next part is for you. We are still trying to be scout led while we are apart so please when input and guidance is needed do give it but let the scout do as much as he or she can.
There will be prizes for competitions littered throughout out the day. But the whole goal of this weekend is scout spirit so come with a positive attitude and the will to try your best.

I look forward to seeing all of your faces in little boxes this weekend.

Thanks guys,

Matthew Higley

PLB: If you'd like to borrow a troop tent, Mr. Blincow is picking them up from the storage locker at lunch today. They will be handled very little and set into his garage where you can come and pick them up.
Advancement: The BSA has adjusted rank requirements to allow for scouting from home. These nights will count towards rank requirements and Camping Merit Badge.

Wednesday, May 13, 2020

OA Meeting tomorrow(05/14) - Troop Arrowmen please attend

Our troop has some Vigil candidates and we'd love to have all our Arrowmen present

Calling all Arrowmen!! We are calling out our new Vigil Candidates at this month meeting. Please join us!! Scoutmasters please pass on to your OA reps!!
Thu May 14, 2020 7pm – 8pm Central Time - Chicago

Join with Google Meet meet.google.com/aqr-mvyr-zdd
Join by phone+1 530-832-8091 (PIN: 121510856)More phone numbers
nw.adviser@oa.nsbsa.org - organizer

Mr. Blincow

Monday, May 11, 2020

Reminder: Virtual Troop Meeting

Calendar: Troop 7626 G, Troop 9626 B
Event: Virtual Troop Meeting
Where: https://zoom.us/j/3729151549?pwd=UWpXZnl6ZVN4ZUZNUHpobHdBM1QrZz09
When: May 11, 2020, 7pm - 8:15pm (UTC-06:00) Central Time

Topic: Troop 626's Personal Meeting Room

Join Zoom Meeting
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Meeting ID: 372 915 1549
Password: 626626

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the link for tonight bingo

hey here it is
https://myfreebingocards.com/numbers/1-75
Isaac moe

Monday Bingo B i n g o. b i n g o

hello scouts
here is the link for the bingo cards you can print these
or make your own.
B=1-15
I=16-30
N=31-45
G 46-60
0=61-75
printable 1-75 bingo card generator here or on you phone virtual 1-75 bingo game
Isaac moe spl

Friday, May 8, 2020

Monday (what is the date?)

Hello scouts!
This week we will be having some fun to commemorate many things.
We will be playing biiingoooo!l alas we cannot have all play and no rewards(for MEEEEE. Whats yours is mine, whats mine is mine, MINE ALL MINE!)
We will be coming up with ideas for the virtual campout. come with your thinking hats on.
Isaac Moe

Monday, May 4, 2020

Tonight's link

same as every week:https://us02web.zoom.us/j/3729151549?pwd=UWpXZnl6ZVN4ZUZNUHpobHdBM1QrZz09

Merit Badges tonight, Class B's and Adults needed in the audience

Good evening!
IT'S CLASS B SEASON! First, the important stuff: Isaac has decreed it Class B T-Shirt Season!

ADULTS NEEDED TONIGHT: can you stick around during the meeting and attend on a device separate from your scout to help with 2 deep leadership in all the rooms.

MERIT BADGES: You may be wondering about the FOUR Merit badge offerings tonight ... The idea is that if you already have one of them, you could work on one of the others. So, if you started on Cit Comm last time, you would continue that until done and then move on. We plan to offer these ongoing until most scouts have had an opportunity to work on them.
What if I want to work ahead? What if I already have stuff done? GREAT! contact the counselor and set up time to review outside of meetings!

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Mr. Blincow
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Eagle MB Challenge for the Cowboy Patrol

Hello, Cowboy patrol. Scouting continues, even with Social Distancing. Please consider taking the time to join the Virtual Troop meetings and show your support for our new youth leadership. There are a number of Eagle required MBs being offered at the meetings. If you have not started any of those that are being offered, I encourage you to begin them. If you have started them, you can make arrangements to schedule web meetings to review your progress with the counselors outside of meetings to get them signed off on.

May Eagle Coach challenge – Mr. Blincow has been challenging Scouts while in our stay at home order and I have a challenge specifically for your patrol. Many of you have started but not completed multiple Eagle MBs over the years. My challenge for you is to create a log or spreadsheet with a comprehensive list of Eagle MBs you have started and which requirements you still need to complete. Find all your Blue Cards or look at what is posted in Scoutbook for you. Double check those recorded requirements with any workbooks you have with work you’ve completed, but haven’t gotten sign off on. Make note of MBs you’ve started, but no longer have a Blue Card for and may need to review with a counselor to receive credit for prior work. The goal is to develop a checklist of items you can work on that consolidates the effort into one place. For items you need to complete, make notes for the more significant items that may have a time component or will require more effort than others. The idea is that this is a ready made checklist for you to prioritize your effort this spring and summer and to help communicate with us as Eagle Coaches. When you finish your list, please share it with your parents and your leaders.

Summer backup plans: Those who were heading to NOAC this summer have already had that cancellation announcement. We will know more about Philmont and Tomahawk, likely by the end of the month. But, there may be a ways for smaller, patrol sized, groups to be able to get out and camp this summer. Remember, this is your program. If you are interested in getting together and having your own adventure, communicate with one another come up with an idea. We will do our best as parents and leaders to help you make it happen. You have a number of resources available and enthusiastic leaders who can help you plan and carry out your goals.

I hope to see you at tonight’s meeting. Isaac Moe (SPL) and Matthew Higley (ASPL), would welcome your support.

Saturday, May 2, 2020

Monday 5/4/20


Hello scouters,
after we received the news about the shelter in place order I thought we could all use some uplifting news, and whats better then MORE merit badges to earn. Before I hear groans I will remind you about your power in the troop to tell your patrol leaders what you want to do in the future. So, Monday we will have a surprise appearance by 3 of your leaders, Mr. Blincow who will be performing Camping MB, Mrs. Hashmi informing us of Citizenship in the World, and Mr. Donato discussing Nation. Also for those of you looking for your regularly scheduled Cit in the Community Mrs. Moe will be hosting that MB as well.
Now a short message from each regarding the price of entry. (pre-reqs)
1.) Camping
Link: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1cd2Zua1CSzr8345xQSMy5VrEz-ZOKekP
Familiar with the Requirements
Be Prepared! Be Complete! Show your awesome Scout Experience!
I highly suggest that scouts review the Scoutmaster Bucky preparation pages: http://scoutmasterbucky.com/Scoutmaster-Bucky-Merit-Badges-Camping-ClassPrep.htm
My goal would be to work on 1-3. The scouts should complete 4-5 and submit it to me via email, zoom meeting, video, or however they like.
Mr. Blincow
2.) World
I would like Scouts taking this MB to have read through the Citizenship in the World MB reference book; if they don't have it, they can download an Amazon Kindle edition: https://www.amazon.com/Citizenship-World-Merit-Badge-Pamphlet-ebook/dp/B0876DYP4S/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=citizenship+in+the+world+merit+badge+book&qid=1588366395&sr=8-1
Cit World book: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1rRMjTWC9rFfACHtyRRGLrCA67vo2jeEB
http://scoutmasterbucky.com/Scoutmaster-Bucky-Merit-Badges-Citizenship-in-the-World-ClassPrep.htm
3.) Nation
For Cit of Nation I would like them to have completed:
Requirement 3, find a speech for 6, and have read to discus items in 4, and 5. Also look up the two senators and a member of the House that is their representative. If you would like to do Photography, Architecture, Drafting, or Sustainability let me know.
Cit Nation Book: https://drive.google.com/open?id=12YrXxfa25sG1qM3UTklS96_7KJNP3Ckt
http://scoutmasterbucky.com/Scoutmaster-Bucky-Merit-Badges-Citizenship-in-the-Nation-ClassPrep.htm
4.) Community
please do 2,5
Preview attachment Citizenship in the Community Merit Badge Pamphlet_rot.pdfCitizenship in the Community Merit Badge Pamphlet_rot.pdfShared in Drive
Please fill your answers in on the attached Google Form before Monday
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfJlx5bDdlM_rRl8DMWi7nEaxzW_LugU-U4kGG5vwz9fwLYWw/viewform
To get started on Citizenship in the Community Merit badge, You will need to review the Download Link for Merit Badge Pamphlet:
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1j6F35sD3ixhPB6skxdMEobSK6tGD4ARF
Isaac Moe SPL