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Project Badge (Baden Powell Service Association Troop)

  • Choose, plan, and devote at least six months to a project and keep a record of your activities. The project may be defined as a self-imposed task demanding skill, application, and care. You pick the subject of the project. There is no restriction (within reason), but it should be something that bears no direct relationship to your job, and with which you have formerly had little to do, or alternately a subject that you are already well versed, with the intention of reaching a considerably higher standard of achievement in it. The subject chosen for the project should be formally approved by the RSL and the Crew as suitable and worthwhile. The Rover may seek the advice or assistance of the Crew as needed.

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  • Report your progress on a regular basis (at least 3 times during the period) to the RSL and Crew. Produce your record or log, supported by any models, charts, maps, exhibits, or other documentation that may be needed to detail it.

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    • Report One
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    • Report Two
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    • Report Three
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  • Produce a talk or demonstration, conduct an expedition or discussion, or by any other method show your RSL and the Crew that you have been active in the pursuit of your choice.

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