Looking for a fun way to earn a Scout badge? Love animals? Then Rescue Ranch Scout Programs are for you and your troop!
Each program is 2 hours long and includes at least three hands-on animal encounters and activities. Programs meet most, if not all, badge requirements.
The cost of the program is $7.50 per Scout and sibling* and $10.00 per parent. We allow up to two free leaders per program (One free leader for troops with less than 10 Scouts and 2 free leaders for troops of 10 Scouts or more). We also have Rescue Ranch patches available. They are $2.50 if purchased with a program and $5 if purchased separately.
In order to book the program we require a $50 non-refundable deposit. This deposit will go towards the total amount due on the day of the program.
If you have a group with 20 or more participants, you can schedule a private badge program on a weeknight or weekend that we have available. Please call at least a month in advance to arrange your date.
*We recommend that siblings be 5 years or older to attend the program.
Each Scout must bring a completed Parent Waiver to the program. Click the link to download.
2018-2019 Scout Program Dates
Each program listed below runs from 10:00am-12:00pm on the date listed.
- September 8 - Daisy/Brownie
- October 13 - Junior/Cadette - Full
- November 10 -Daisy/Brownie - Full
- November 17 - Daisy/Brownie
- January 12 - Junior/Cadette - Full
- February 9 - Daisy/Brownie - Full
- March 9 - Daisy/Brownie - Full
- March 23 - Junior/Cadette and Daisy/Brownie (will run from 1:00-3:00pm this date only)
- April 6 - Brownie/Junior
- May 11 - Junior/Cadette
Interested in a Boy Scout Badge program? Please contact Stacey@rescueranch.com for information on scheduling one.
Girl Scout Badges Offered:
3 Cheers for Animals Journey – Girls learn how to care for themselves as well as for the animals.
*Pets - Learn about different animals and why or why not they would make good pets. See, feel, and feed some of our local animals as you learn proper care of a pet.
*Add on the Give Back Badge to any of the above Brownie programs. Contact us for more information.
Animal Habitats – Discover what animals live in North Carolina and where. Investigate an animal habitat. Learn what animals need to survive in order to create the proper habitat for a given animal through hands on animal encounters.
Animal Helpers – Learn about animals in history. Experience how animals help people through hands on time with the animals and interactive games.
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