New Eagle Project Workbook
There have been slight changes to the Eagle Project Workbook.
Scouts coming for their Project Review should use this new revised version. See the link below.
Eagle Scout Service Project Workbook
There is a new handout available that clearly explains the role of the Project Beneficiary in the Eagle Scout Service Project process. Please make this available to your contact person from your project beneficiary.
Please read the following regarding the new role of Eagle Coach:
Eagle Coach Orientation
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me.
Arrowhead Advancement Chair
Great news! Here is a message from our Council Advancement Chair, Ed Parsons. If you have any questions after thoroughly reading the application, please contact him. His contact information is below. I have attached the form to this message.
Lowes is offering $100 gift cards to help Scouts fund their Eagle projects. The card may be used at any location that accepts Discover cards, not just at Lowes stores. It must be used for goods or services directly related to the project but not for food or tools. To receive the card, the Scout must submit an application (attached) to the Council Coordinator who then submits it to National. There are currently 25 cards reserved for our Council and they are available on a first come first serve basis. If we exhaust the supply of 25, we can submit for an additional 25 cards.
There are several rules on the use of the cards. They are enumerated on the application. One of the more important is that the Eagle Project must be completed by April 30, 2014.
Additional information is available at www.scouting.org/trailtoeagle.
Applications should be e-mailed to me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Council Advancement Chairman