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|style="color:#000"|MeritBadge.Org is '''the free Scouting Wikipedia''' dedicated to providing resources for Scouts and leaders. In 1995, Michael Kauffmann ([[User:Optimist|Optimist]]) began listing merit badge requirements on his first website, Opticon. Opticon quickly grew and became MeritBadge.Com and in 2007 became MeritBadge.Org.
|style="color:#000"|MeritBadge.Org is '''the free Scouting Wikipedia''' dedicated to providing resources for Scouts and leaders. In 1995, Michael Kauffmann ([[User:Optimist|Optimist]]) began listing merit badge requirements on his first website, Opticon. Opticon quickly grew and became MeritBadge.Com and in 2007 became MeritBadge.Org.
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Today, MeritBadge.Org provides over [http://siteanalytics.compete.com/meritbadge.org/ 100,000 visitors] each month with:
* {{NUMBEROFPAGES}} pages of resources created and maintained by {{NUMBEROFUSERS}} volunteers
* {{NUMBEROFPAGES}} pages of resources created and maintained by {{NUMBEROFUSERS}} volunteers
* Nearly 200 worksheets for [[MBW|Merit Badges]], [[WW|Webelos Activity Badges]], and [[CSW|Cub Scout Belt Loops and Pins]]
* Nearly 200 worksheets for [[MBW|Merit Badges]], [[WW|Webelos Activity Badges]], and [[CSW|Cub Scout Belt Loops and Pins]]

Revision as of 19:35, October 10, 2008

Welcome to... WWW.MERITBADGE.ORG"Helping Scouts Advance"

MeritBadge.Org is the free Scouting Wikipedia dedicated to providing resources for Scouts and leaders. In 1995, Michael Kauffmann (Optimist) began listing merit badge requirements on his first website, Opticon. Opticon quickly grew and became MeritBadge.Com and in 2007 became MeritBadge.Org.

Today, MeritBadge.Org provides over 100,000 visitors each month with:

Everyone is welcome to use our resources. If you are a registered adult leader with the Boy Scouts of America and want to help, please Register and help us!

Merit Badges began in England in 1908 as Badges of Honour. Even today, many requirements are changing for 2008 and 2009.

MeritBadge.Org is not affiliated with BSA or WOSM and does not speak on behalf of BSA or WOSM. Opinions expressed are those of the individual contributors.
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