Celebrating Community Legacy Badge
Brownies can work on their Celebrating Community Legacy badge just by touring USS Cobia! USS Cobia was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1986 as a memorial to the men and women who built the 28 submarines in Manitowoc during World War II as well as the brave men who served aboard them. (Patch not included during visit.)
Step 4: Be a landmark detective
A landmark is a place that’s special or where something important happened. Some landmarks are called “memorials” because they honor people who died for an important cause. Get to know your community’s landmarks.
#2: Tour a landmark that honors the past.
Visit an historic landmark, such as the place where a leader was born or an old battleground. Or visit an historical society or museum. Collect three facts you didn’t know about the place, and share them with your family.
Brownies “Love Water” Day
Discover the wonders of water! Learn how water connects people all over the world. Be inspired to lead your family and friends as water advocates.
These activities will help fulfill your “Love Water” Award requirements! (Patch not included)
Cost: $6 per Brownie
The next available program is: March 7, 2020, 1:00-3:30pm
Space is limited to 40 Brownies and these events fill up fast! For availability or to register, call Karen at 920-374-4004.
*This program includes a short tour of USS Cobia, a National Historic Landmark, which is one of the requirements for the Celebrating Community Legacy Badge!
Working on your Geocacher badge for Juniors? The museum has GPS units that you can rent for free and free booklets to cache sites around Manitowoc and Two Rivers! For more information, visit our Geocaching page!