If you have a permanent physical or mental disability, you may become an Eagle Scout by qualifying for as many required merit badges as you can and qualifying for alternative merit badges for the rest. If you seek to become an Eagle Scout under this procedure, you must submit a special application to your local council service center. Your application must be approved by your council advancement committee before you can work on alternative merit badges .

The National Eagle Scout Association (NESA) provides a number of online resources to assist Scouts in earning the Eagle rank — including an electronic version of the Eagle Scout Rank Application and the Eagle Scout Leadership Service Project Workbook — via their Web site at www.nesa.org .

Awards, Scholarships, and Recognition  Opportunities

National Eagle Scout Association Scholarships
The Adams National Eagle Scout Service Project Award
Mississippi State University
The University of Mississippi
Recognition from Submarine Veterans
VFW Scout of the Year

The fact that a boy is an Eagle Scout has always carried with it a special significance, not only in Scouting but also as he enters higher education, business or industry, and community service.

Not every boy who joins a Boy Scout troop earns the Eagle Scout rank. In fact, only 4 percent of all Boy Scouts do so. More than 1.2 million Boy Scouts have earned the rank since 1911, and they make up only 0.512% of the U.S. male population. Eagle Scouts are a special breed!

If you are part of a religious institution, school, or community organization and would like to propose a project to be completed by an Eagle Scout candidate, you can submit your proposal here . The project should be one that the Scout can plan, develop, and serve as a leader to others. Your suggestion will be listed here for no less than 60 days. If you wish to resubmit your proposal after the listing has expired, you may do so.

If you have a permanent physical or mental disability, you may become an Eagle Scout by qualifying for as many required merit badges as you can and qualifying for alternative merit badges for the rest. If you seek to become an Eagle Scout under this procedure, you must submit a special application to your local council service center. Your application must be approved by your council advancement committee before you can work on alternative merit badges .

The National Eagle Scout Association (NESA) provides a number of online resources to assist Scouts in earning the Eagle rank — including an electronic version of the Eagle Scout Rank Application and the Eagle Scout Leadership Service Project Workbook — via their Web site at www.nesa.org .

Awards, Scholarships, and Recognition  Opportunities

National Eagle Scout Association Scholarships
The Adams National Eagle Scout Service Project Award
Mississippi State University
The University of Mississippi
Recognition from Submarine Veterans
VFW Scout of the Year

The fact that a boy is an Eagle Scout has always carried with it a special significance, not only in Scouting but also as he enters higher education, business or industry, and community service.

Not every boy who joins a Boy Scout troop earns the Eagle Scout rank. In fact, only 4 percent of all Boy Scouts do so. More than 1.2 million Boy Scouts have earned the rank since 1911, and they make up only 0.512% of the U.S. male population. Eagle Scouts are a special breed!

If you are part of a religious institution, school, or community organization and would like to propose a project to be completed by an Eagle Scout candidate, you can submit your proposal here . The project should be one that the Scout can plan, develop, and serve as a leader to others. Your suggestion will be listed here for no less than 60 days. If you wish to resubmit your proposal after the listing has expired, you may do so.

Project Approvals : High Trail District Advancement Committee Members review project proposals at Roundtable, which are held the first Tuesday of the month (except in the month of July). We often start early (usually around 7:00pm) to make sure we accommodate everyone, but please don't send your scouts earlier than that. Since our team is comprised solely of volunteers, the speed at which we can review Eagle proposals depends entirely on how many volunteers we have at any given Roundtable.
The scout should have:

Situations often arise with varying circumstances that may hinder a young man's advancement toward the rank of Eagle Scout. Conditions that may hinder his advancement could include special needs (physical, mental, behavioral, and/or emotional needs), a young man approaching the age of 18, or a young man who has completed everything required except his Board of Review who is past the age of 18. Specific questions or concerns about these circumstances or others concerning advancement to Eagle Scout for a young man should be addressed as quickly as possible to either Fred Bixler , HT Advancement Chair or Ray Seidelman , HT Eagle Board of Review Coordinator.

The Merit Badge program allows any Boy Scout or any qualified Venturer to learn about sports, crafts, science, trades, business, and future careers as you earn merit badges.  Boys will also pick-up some valuable life skills along the way as they earn these merit badges.

Thank you for all who helped and volunteered especially my contractor Kurt Hermann, my architect Josh Startt of Christine Dayton Firm, The Town of Easton for allowing me to do this, and the many  who gave monitarily such as Troop 532 host; the Elks Club.

 Here are some picures of me talking to Tom Hamilton, who is in the planning and zoning department. He and his assistant are going to make me a map of Rails to Trails so I can pin point where the two areas of the project might be located. Tom is an Eagle Scout:) He gave me many Ideas and his thoughts about the project. Also, my model is on the table.

These are some picures of me talking to Bonnie(Middle) and Josh(right). Josh is going to be my architect and both Bonnie and Josh gave me very good wisdom and ideas. It is great that Christine Dayton is allowing Josh to work on my project!

If you have a permanent physical or mental disability, you may become an Eagle Scout by qualifying for as many required merit badges as you can and qualifying for alternative merit badges for the rest. If you seek to become an Eagle Scout under this procedure, you must submit a special application to your local council service center. Your application must be approved by your council advancement committee before you can work on alternative merit badges .

The National Eagle Scout Association (NESA) provides a number of online resources to assist Scouts in earning the Eagle rank — including an electronic version of the Eagle Scout Rank Application and the Eagle Scout Leadership Service Project Workbook — via their Web site at www.nesa.org .

Awards, Scholarships, and Recognition  Opportunities

National Eagle Scout Association Scholarships
The Adams National Eagle Scout Service Project Award
Mississippi State University
The University of Mississippi
Recognition from Submarine Veterans
VFW Scout of the Year

If you have a permanent physical or mental disability, you may become an Eagle Scout by qualifying for as many required merit badges as you can and qualifying for alternative merit badges for the rest. If you seek to become an Eagle Scout under this procedure, you must submit a special application to your local council service center. Your application must be approved by your council advancement committee before you can work on alternative merit badges .

The National Eagle Scout Association (NESA) provides a number of online resources to assist Scouts in earning the Eagle rank — including an electronic version of the Eagle Scout Rank Application and the Eagle Scout Leadership Service Project Workbook — via their Web site at www.nesa.org .

Awards, Scholarships, and Recognition  Opportunities

National Eagle Scout Association Scholarships
The Adams National Eagle Scout Service Project Award
Mississippi State University
The University of Mississippi
Recognition from Submarine Veterans
VFW Scout of the Year

The fact that a boy is an Eagle Scout has always carried with it a special significance, not only in Scouting but also as he enters higher education, business or industry, and community service.

Not every boy who joins a Boy Scout troop earns the Eagle Scout rank. In fact, only 4 percent of all Boy Scouts do so. More than 1.2 million Boy Scouts have earned the rank since 1911, and they make up only 0.512% of the U.S. male population. Eagle Scouts are a special breed!

If you are part of a religious institution, school, or community organization and would like to propose a project to be completed by an Eagle Scout candidate, you can submit your proposal here . The project should be one that the Scout can plan, develop, and serve as a leader to others. Your suggestion will be listed here for no less than 60 days. If you wish to resubmit your proposal after the listing has expired, you may do so.

Project Approvals : High Trail District Advancement Committee Members review project proposals at Roundtable, which are held the first Tuesday of the month (except in the month of July). We often start early (usually around 7:00pm) to make sure we accommodate everyone, but please don't send your scouts earlier than that. Since our team is comprised solely of volunteers, the speed at which we can review Eagle proposals depends entirely on how many volunteers we have at any given Roundtable.
The scout should have:

Situations often arise with varying circumstances that may hinder a young man's advancement toward the rank of Eagle Scout. Conditions that may hinder his advancement could include special needs (physical, mental, behavioral, and/or emotional needs), a young man approaching the age of 18, or a young man who has completed everything required except his Board of Review who is past the age of 18. Specific questions or concerns about these circumstances or others concerning advancement to Eagle Scout for a young man should be addressed as quickly as possible to either Fred Bixler , HT Advancement Chair or Ray Seidelman , HT Eagle Board of Review Coordinator.

The Merit Badge program allows any Boy Scout or any qualified Venturer to learn about sports, crafts, science, trades, business, and future careers as you earn merit badges.  Boys will also pick-up some valuable life skills along the way as they earn these merit badges.


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