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This badge focus’ on the expansion and improvement of community connections. There is an emphasis on building positive interactions and affecting positive community experiences. The skills involved include improvement of the public spaces, cooking for others, leading events, fostering community interactions, and generally working towards a more inclusive and enjoyable public connection with one’s neighbors.

Volunteer for a community service event.
Do at least 2 of the following:
  Make food or craft items and bring to at least 3 neighbors as a get-to-know-you.
  Host a neighborhood gathering where at least 8 individuals attend.
  Create a neighborhood borrow box (food, books, etc). (1 oddball point)
  Improve a public space or shared area.
  Host an educational event for at least 8 people for 1 hour min.
  Organize a collective garage sale or free swap event.
  Create public artwork. (1.5 oddball points)
  Create a safety map that includes emergency exits and fire extinguishers.
  Add one point to a geocaching list.
  Volunteer to help at a co-op or CSA for 1 hour.


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