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Scout Saturday Merit Badge College

Event Details

Mid-America Council
Scout Saturday

Welcome to Scout Saturday! A $10 registration allows a scout to take one class in the morning and one in the afternoon. A catered boxed lunch including deluxe sandwich, chips, fruit, and a cookie is available for an additional $10 meal ticket. Beginning the registration process will allow for class selection. Class sizes are limited, so do not delay.

Scout Satuday is taking place at Mammel Hall on UNO's Scott Campus. Free parking is available in lot 5. See the Scott Campus Map in the event attachments on the right side of your screen for more information. 

Check in will begin at 7:30. The first class period will run from 8:30-12:00. Lunch will go from 12:00 – 12:45. The Camp Cedars team will be conducting open interviews during lunch. The second class will run from 12:45 – 4:15. There is a possibility that afternoon classes will end early – phones will be available for Scouts to call for early pick up if necessary.

To ensure a positive learning environment, all Scouts should be on their best behavior. Scouts who are disruptive in class or during lunch may be asked to leave. It is important that all Scouts follow the Scout Law at all times and treat their instructors, peers, and the facilities with respect. Scouts who are not actively engaged in class (goofing around in the hallways, listening to music, playing on their phones) may not receive signatures for all requirements.

Field or Activity (Class A or B) uniforms are preferred. All clothing should be appropriate for Scouting Activities.

Merit badge completion certificates will be available through the registration software no more than one week after the event closes. See the attached instructions for access.

To be successful at this event, Scouts need only do their best.

Two adult classes will be offered:

Mental Health First Aid Training: this class will run from 8 – 3:30 with a break for lunch

Sixteen merit badges will be offered:

       Eagle Required                                                   Electives

Citizenship in the Community                      Animation                      Law

Citizenship in the Nation                             Dentistry                        Music

Citizenship in the World                              Digital Technology         Soil & Water Conservation          

Communication                                           Indian Lore                    Veterinary Medicine

Emergency Prep                                         Inventing          

Environmental Science                                             

Personal Fitness                                          

When:  Saturday, Februar 3, 7:30 AM - 4:30 PM

Where: Mammel Hall at UNO, 6708 Pine St, Omaha, NE 68106


  • Scouts - $10
  • Adults - Free
  • Meal Ticket - $10
  • Instructor Attendace at Council Awards Reception- $20
  • Includes: Class Materials

MAC Refund Policy

The refundable amount will be returned using the original method of payment, if possible.  Refunds will not be considered for requests made more than two weeks from the conclusion of the activity/event/camp. There will be no refunds under $10.00. Refunds will only be considered if one of the following circumstances applies, and will not exceed 80% of the fees paid.

You must provide supporting documentation for consideration. 

Sickness or injury (requires physician’s note)
Death in immediate family (requires copy of obituary)
Relocation outside Mid‐America Council borders (requires copy of new BSA registration or military orders)

To request a refund, please submit the refund request found at this link: https://247scouting.com/forms/?OrgKey=BSA326&id=937