Methinks I have stumbled upon some controversy here, tee hee.
However, my question was not about requirement 2a., but rather this one:
4b. Write or visit the National Scouting Museum in Irving, Texas. Obtain information about this facility. Give a short report on what you think the role of this museum is in the Scouting program
At the present, a letter or e-mail to the Museum is reciprocated with a letter, patch, brochure, etc. But suppose a Scout is earning the badge during the move from Irving to Philmont. To which does he write, and until when? I assume they will change the requirement when the transition is completed? Alas, I know not.
I'm afraid I don't quite know what the deal is with all this discussion about good ol' Green Bar Bill, though I think I can piece it together from what I have read so far. I won't ask though, since something tells me that would only ignite some heated debate, and Smokey always warned me about starting wildfires.
Edited by The Latin Scot, 21 December 2016 - 03:35 PM.
Hearken world, and listen up! There is no such word as "Webelo." If your son is an older Cub Scout, he is NOT a "Webelo!"
The singular of Webelos Scout is ... WEBELOS SCOUT! That's it! Please take the extra half second and get it right! Thank you for indulging my little pet peeve!
Did I mention my obnoxious OCD?