The Edmond Historical Society & Museum is now offering merit badge programs for Scouts BSA! Our certified merit badge counselors and educators will guide Scouts through engaging programs designed to meet requirements towards badges and awards.
See below for current offerings and registration. Registration will close at 5 PM the day before the program unless already full. Blue cards will be provided. Cost is $10 per scout.
Citizenship in the Nation (required for Eagle)
Saturday May 9, 9:30-12:30
What does it mean to be a good American citizen? How does our government work for us? What are the three branches of government? We’ll explore these questions and more as we visit with a federal judge, journalists, and more. Scouts will earn their complete badge. Prerequisite guidelines for requirement #3 will be emailed to participants shortly after registration. All other requirements will be completed at the program.
Citizenship in the World (required for Eagle)
Saturday May 9, 1:30-4:30
A world citizen is someone who is aware of and understands the wider world – and their place in it. Join us as we explore how you can be the best world citizen while completing all requirements. We will visit with an ambassador and an international journalist! There are no prerequisites for this program.
Please note that lunch will not be provided if a Scout is enrolled in both Citizenship programs, however, we will have an area set aside for Scouts to eat if they choose to bring their lunch.
Register for merit badge programs below:
Need help earning additional merit badges? We have merit badge counselors ready to help you earn your Collections merit badge, and Genealogy merit badge. Email the Education Department at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 405-340-0078 for information.