The MBU this Fall will be held on Saturday, November 16th at Folwell Hall from 8:00am-4:15pm on the University of Minnesota East Bank campus (more information in a confirmation email once you register). The day will be split into two sessions with a break for a provided lunch.
The cost for the whole day is $25 cash or check and will be collected at check-in. If the scout is only attending one session the cost will be $15 (lunch not included).
There will be a 40 scout cap for badges due to facility space. Spaces will be allotted on a first come first serve basis, based on registering using this form. If a badge reaches maximum capacity, the badge option will be removed from the form. If registering multiple scouts, please fill out a form for each separately.
If you have any questions please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
*SOME BADGES HAVE PREREQUISITES or POST-REQUISITES!!!* These must be done and proof of completion must be brought on the day of the event, or in the case of post-requisites, following the event. Badges with pre-reqs or post-reqs will have numbers next to them when selecting your session. Receiving a badge is contingent on completing designated pre and post reqs.
The numbers correspond to the requirements for the badges that can be found on this page: https://www.scouting.org/programs/boy-scouts/advancement-and-awards/merit-badges/
In addition to registering, each scout will need to have an online parental permission agreement form completed before the event. Found here:
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