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Scout Programs

Scout programs will be available throughout the school year.

The Wisconsin Humane Society offers a variety of fun ways to engage scouts of all ages. To learn more about Girl Scouts Night or the Dog Care Merit Badge Clinic, click the link below: 

Girl Scouts Night

Currently offered at the Milwaukee, Ozaukee, and Racine Campuses, and now better than ever! Sign up today for your in-person experience.

Hosted every third Thursday of the month, Girl Scouts Night is available for students K5 through grade 12 at our Milwaukee, Ozaukee, and Racine Campuses. We are offering a fun, new hybrid event that will provide troops with content to view ahead of time, along with an in-person, interactive program that engages Girl Scouts in the Wisconsin Humane Society’s mission. Join WHS staff to learn all about animals and the work we do to find them loving homes! Before your visit, take a virtual behind-the-scenes tour to prepare for your troop’s in-person experience. Your troop’s reservation includes access to a digital platform with level-focused activities that outlines everything Girl Scouts need to complete their badge or journey. During your visit, you’ll complete steps to earn badges, meet an animal friend, and take a stroll around Adoption Avenue. Exclusive Wisconsin Humane Society patches are available for purchase at the time of registration.

If you have specific animal-related goals that you or your troop are working toward, contact us and we may be able to provide additional resources.

Click on a date/time below at your desired campus for more details and to register.

Milwaukee Campus

Ozaukee Campus

Racine Campus

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Dog Care Merit Badge Clinic for BSA

Currently offered at the Milwaukee Campus and virtually

Join the Wisconsin Humane Society Milwaukee Campus to work on your Dog Care Merit Badge and have a howlin’ good time in the process!  Meet some sensational dogs and learn first aid basics, plus get the scoop on animal care, the basics of dog training, and more. Upon completion of the clinic, Scouts will be able to sign off on at least eight of the ten requirements for the Dog Care Merit Badge. Exclusive Wisconsin Humane Society patches are available for purchase at the time of registration.

Dog Care Merit Badge Clinics are offered on select Saturdays from 1:30 - 5:30pm.

Click on a date below for more details and to register:

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Contact a member of our Youth Programs team:

Milwaukee Campus | Megan Katzuba | 414-431-6153
Ozaukee Campus | Libby Peterson | 262-377-7580 x5947
Racine Campus | Jenna Crawford | 262-554-6699 x5014

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