Eagle Projects and the Cooking Merit Badge[To Top]
2013-10-10 @ 11:00, Submitted by Michal Dluginski
The question has come up as to when a Scout must earn the Cooking merit badge if he is already working on his Eagle Project. Here is the answer from the Advancement News edition from June-July 2013.
Cooking Merit Badge to Be Required for Eagle Scout Rank
Effective January 1, 2014, Cooking merit badge will be required for the Eagle Scout rank. Regardless of when a Scout completed the Life rank or began working on Eagle, unless he fulfills all the requirements - with the exception of his board of review - before January 1, 2014, he must earn the Cooking merit badge to attain Eagle.
Also note, if he begins work on the Cooking merit badge in 2013 and does not complete it prior to January 1, 2014, he may complete the badge using the pamphlet for the Cooking merit badge that is available now, and not the new one that will become effective on January 1, 2014.
Benjamin Tallmadge District Site[To Top]
2010-09-10 @ 00:01, Updated by Webmaster
The Benjamin Tallmadge District maintains its own web site. The Benjamin Tallmadge site can be found at http://www.btdistrict.org
2011-08-22 @ 00:01, Updated by Webmaster
Directions to Ward Melville High School
If coming from the west, head east on Nesconset Highway (Route 347). At the intersection of Route 347 and Old Town Road, make a left onto Old Town Road. Head North on Old Town Road. Just past the second traffic light, make a left into the south parking lot of Ward Melville High School. Follow the signs to the cafeteria.
If coming from the east, head west on Nesconset Highway (Route 347). At the intersection of Route 347 and Old Town Road, make a right onto Old Town Road. Head North on Old Town Road. Just past the second traffic light, make a left into the south parking lot of Ward Melville High School. Follow the signs to the cafeteria
Roundtable is held in the cafeteria, fellowship begins at 7:15 p.m., and the meeting begins at 7:45 p.m.