Merit Badges are offered at various troop meetings and other designated merit badge days. If a Scout wishes to work on a Merit Badge outside of the meetings, it is the Scout's job to make contact with the Merit Badge Counselor. Counselors should not take calls from parents.
Merit Badge counselor names and contact information can be found by clicking the above button. If you don't find a counselor for the Badge that you are seeking, the Scoutmaster or Committee Chair can assist you in finding one. Below is a list of all Merit Badges currently offered by BSA. If Troop 007 makes that badge available, the corresponding counselor's name will be listed below. Click on the image to read about the requirements for a particular badge.
Merit badge books are available from the Scout Shop or ask the Troop Librarian if the Troop has a copy in the Troop Library.
Citizenship in the Community
Timothy Harris, Laurene Huelsman, Arthur Lurvey, Cindy Reilly, Julie Treanor, Robert Treanor
Citizenship in the Nation
Timothy Harris, Laurene Huelsman, Arthur Lurvey, Cindy Reilly, Julie Treanor