Our patch segment awards offer Scouts the opportunity to explore activities in all areas of Camp. Scouts may work toward their segments after supper during Twilight Activities or by special area arrangements. Afternoons are a great time for patrols or troops to earn these working together.
SEGMENTS


V-2
Be a 2-year Veteran of Camp.
V-3
Be a 3-year Veteran of Camp.
V-4
Be a 4-year Veteran of Camp.
V-5
Be a 5-year Veteran of Camp.
V-6
Be a 6-year Veteran of Camp.
Order of the Arrow WWW
Prove current OA membership.
Lifeguard BSA
Earn Lifeguard BSA.
PEYA
President's Environmental Youth Award**, earned at the Lyons Nature Center.
Aquatics
Be a swimmer; successful ring buoy toss; row a boat in a straight line and pivot-turn; solo paddle a canoe in a straight line for a specified distance.
Camper Award (CA)
This is awarded through the week by Scoutmasters. (Usually ONE per troop and should be considered VERY SPECIAL).
Archery
Using 5 shots score a 30 or above.
Riflery
Using 5 shots score a 30 or above.
Wantonoit
Complete 10 requirements on the nature test.
Field Sports
Be able to throw a softball 100 ft.; hit a softball 5 out of 10 times; hit 5 of 10 free-throws; and participate in any 3 other activities in the area.
Staff
Be an adult leader or a past or present member of Camp Staff.
Master's Degree (M)
Complete a series of difficult Scoutcraft Skills.
Hall of Fame (HOF)
Complete 5 events in the Scout Circus.
Handicraft
Show competency in 3 of the following skills: Woodcarving, Leatherwork, Sculpture, Basketry, Troop Plaque, Indian Lore, Tye Dying.
EEC
Environmental Education Center Participate in the Center in some capacity - staff or camper.
Indian Lore
Learn some local Indian traditions and play 4-6 Indian games.
OTIS
Properly plant at least 10 new (Operation Tree in seedlings or transplant 4 trees Scouting) in pre-selected sites in camp, or take part in major tree pruning projects selected by Ranger.
Challenge Course (CC)
Complete 4 events in the Challenge Course (patrols only).
Mountain Boarding
Take part in the Mount Board program.
**PRESIDENTIAL ENVIRONMENTAL YOUTH AWARD


Requirements:

1.





Four (4) hours conservation work:

WORK DETERMINED BY NATURE DIRECTOR. THIS WORK CANNOT COUNT TOWARDS ANOTHER BADGE, AWARD, OR TOWARDS AN ADVANCEMENT SERVICE PROJECT.

2.





Explain how the conservation work you do will:

a. HELP control erosion
b. CONTRIBUTE to the management of the forest
c. INCREASE the number of wildlife in the area.

3.




Discuss a Scout's commitment to ecology and conservation:

Review the Outdoor Code. Tell what you could do in your community to work towards these goals.

4.


Discuss a national ECOLOGY PROBLEM and give possible SUGGESTIONS.


This is considered an older Scout award and it requires time that may conflict with Merit Badge work. It is not restricted, however, to the older Scouts.

Some troops elect to work on this award as a special troop project.

A special patch and certificate are available to all who complete this special award.



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