Eagle is the highest rank a Boy Scout can earn. It is a difficult rank to achieve, in fact fewer than 5% of boys who join scouting attain this honor. The rank goes beyond showing scout skills, earning merit badges, and providing service to the community. Scouts who attain Eagle scout will have to select a project, develop a proposal, raise money and manage the project until it is complete, then reflect on it and pass a Board of Review, all before they reach the age of 18.
At present, there are several Troop 35 scouts who are actively working on their Eagle Projects – click the side menu to learn what they are planning. Please, complete the contact form below if you are able to assist in the Eagle Project – we welcome any assistance. Thank you.
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