Wood Badge is for all Scouters 21 and older who are interested in
strengthening their own leadership skills and are committed to
strengthening the Scouting program.
The primary purpose of the Wood Badge experience is to strengthen
Scouting in our units, districts, and councils. In order to graduate,
you must attend and participate in all sessions of the course,
including both weekends and pre-course meetings. The Wood Badge
"ticket" represents your commitment to complete a set of personal goals
relating to your Scouting position. You will have up to 18 months to
complete your "ticket", with the guidance and encouragement of your
counselor. Upon completion of your Wood Badge ticket, you will be
presented with your Wood Badge certificate, neckerchief, woggle, and
beads at an appropriate public ceremony.
The Winter Wood Badge course is scheduled over the following two weekends at Camp Kiwanis.
Weekend #1 - January 26-28, 2018
Weekend #2 - February 23-25, 2018
Each weekend starts at 7:30 am Friday with check in at camp and runs until 5:00 PM Sunday.
The registration fee to participate in Wood Badge is $250 ($100
deposit is due at the time of registration). Refunds are only made if
your spot can be refilled. The fee covers meals, all equipment, and
course materials for your two weekends. Many units or employers will
pay some or all of this fee. If finances are a barrier, need-based
financial assistance is available upon request. Please see related
content on this page for an application for financial assistance.
on January 21, 2018.
For more information on the 2018 Winter Wood Badge Course contact David Eisenbrandt at: email@example.com or 651-334-1955.
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