The City of Westerville's PD and Crime Prevention unit will be once again hosting their very popular CRIME PREVENTION/FINGERPRINTING MERIT BADGE CLINIC.
Join Blendon Middle School's SRO Office Ware, Westerville PD and Officers from the Crime Prevention Task Force for a day of learning and earning the Crime Prevention Merit Badge and the Fingerprinting Merit Badge.
The day begins on February 22, 2020 at 7:30 am, includes a PIZZA lunch and dismisses at 2pm, Church of the Messiah.......
NYLT is a 6-day experience that takes place over a full week or 2 weekends. Each course will instruct participants in advanced leadership skills based on the National BSA Syllabus and the Youth Leadership Training Continuum. NYLT is a combination of classroom and practical “Hands-on” exercises. The course is taught by youth-led staff, modeling the best in leadership skills using the teaching E.D.G.E. The course demonstrates vision-based team building and conflict resolution skills using a wide variety of fun yet challenging activities. Please also see the attached flyer.
The scouts had a great time at the Youth Shoot held at Dillon Sportsman Center. They had the opportunity to participate in a half-day safety course (if they hadn't already attended), earn many of the requirements for the Shotgun, Rifle, and Archery merit badges, and shoot skeet, trap, rifles, and if over 14, pistols. Each area had multiple instructors and coaches that worked with the scouts to improve their attention to safety, skill, and technique. This instruction and coaching helped them to not only advance but to earn NRA rockers to further demonstrate their learned skills.
Each scout that attended, advanced their merit badges and/or earned rockers. That's a great accomplishment! They also had the honor of serving as color guard for the event. Reid even had the opportunity to participate in the Cowboy shoot and won best overall. Our scouts really shined at this event.