Class Schedule - Youth

Theater   Theater (MB)
Time: 10:00AM
Day: M
Available To: Youth (Y)
Amount: $10.00
Seats Available: 1

While earning the Theater merit badge, Scouts will learn to appreciate live performances as members of the audience as well as go behind the footlights to see the view from the other side. Much more goes on in theater than ever meets the audience's eye.
Chess   Chess (MB)
Time: 10:00AM
Day: W
Available To: Youth (Y)
Amount: $10.00
Seats Available: 52

The USCF (United States Chess Federation) provided the primary contributing writers for the Merit Badge pamphlet. They will be helping to promote the badge through communications with the Chess delegate teams (similar to BSA’s National Committees and Boards) and e-mail blasts, plus website and “tournament news” announcements.
Personal Fitness   Personal Fitness (MB)
Time: 2:00PM
Day: TU
Available To: Youth (Y)
Amount: $10.00
Seats Available: 49

Personal fitness is an individual effort and desire to be the best one can be. Regardless of their current levels of personal fitness, in the twelve weeks it will take Scouts to complete the athletic requirements for this merit badge, they will be in better shape, feel better about themselves, have more energy, and gain self-confidence in their overall abilities.
Woodwork   Woodwork (MB)
Time: 3:00PM
Day: TH
Available To: Youth (Y)
Amount: $10.00
Seats Available: 61

Wood is an amazingly versatile, practical, yet beautiful material. A skilled craftsman can use wood to fashion just about anything. As a woodworker or carpenter, you will find no end of useful, valuable, and fun items you can make yourself, from wood.
Golf   Golf (MB)
Time: 1:00PM
Day: F
Available To: Youth (Y)
Amount: $10.00
Seats Available: 2

Golf is unique because the players police themselves. Other sports depend upon referees or umpires to apply penalties when there are infractions of the rules. In golf, every player is expected to act honorably, and the welfare and integrity of the game rely on every player's honesty. This is why golf often is referred to as a "gentleman's game."