Re: Eagle Knot and Organization
Kathie Cerveny (kathie@DELTA.EECS.NWU.EDU)
Tue, 26 May 1992 09:43:32 CDT
> Could someone provide the following information? How can a former Eagle
> Scout obtain the knot patch to be worn on their adult unform, and is there
> a national organization for adult Eagle Scouts?
1. Yes - the national organization is for all Eagle Socuts - it is called
"The National Eagle Scout Assocation" (NESA for short). All you need is to
complete an application, listing the date of your Eagle award, and the rest
is history. They do issue newsletters that are really very interesting.
Also they have a lifetime member rate (I think it is now $150).
You can get the application from ANY council office. See your local
2. There is NO SUCH THING AS A "FORMER" EAGLE SCOUT. Once an Eagle,
always an Eagle.
3. The knot depicting your Eagle Award is available in every council
trading post. Contact your local council. (Look up in the phone book
under "Boy Scouts of America."
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