Organizational Helps


Pictured Rocks, Lake Superior shoreline Michigan, Image Credit: Joan Stoker

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These tools are UNOFFICIAL and OPTIONAL.

If you think one might be helpful, help yourself.

KEEPING TRACK OF KIDS AND BADGES EARNED can be a daunting task. But they are depending on you, so this page will offer some of the tools FRA leaders around the country have developed to make the job easier.

Remember, the AFMS Future Rockhounds of America (FRA) program is run entirely by volunteers. They cannot keep badge records of every youth in every club. We will post the name of every junior who earns their Rochound Patch (awarded for earning any 6 badges) and their Rock Star Pin (awarded for earning all 20 badges) on the website Honor Roll providing you submit that information via email to the current Juniors chair, as directed on the webpage FRA Badge Program

Badge Achievement Chart - Excel Spreadsheet Version (This file opens in Google Sheets)

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Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore is located between Munising and Grand Marais, on the north shore of Michigan's upper peninsula. The sandstone cliff layers represent time periods from Pre-Cambrian to Ordovician, topped by Quaternary glacial drift sediments. Colors along the 15 miles of cliff exposure come from iron, manganese and copper stain.

Image Credit: Joan Stoker