WILKES-BARRE -- Experts and educators volunteered part of their weekend to teach Boy Scouts in Wilkes-Barre.
Hundreds of scouts from all over Pennsylvania stopped by King's College campus for a chance to earn a few merit badges.
The scouts could take lessons on topics ranging from traffic safety to technology.
"We just learned about basics of filmmaking, screenwriting, editing, and shooting, a bunch of cool stuff like that," said Josh Vituszynski of Dickson City.
A total of 35 merit badges were up for grabs.
This was the 20th year for the Merit Badge College.