Sun, 21 Feb 1993 13:37:13 EST
> I am looking for some Eagle information.
> I would like to know if anyone knows of any 4th generation Eagle Scouts.
> I am trying to find out:
> 1) if there are any
> 2) where they are located
> 3) how many Eagles there are in their family
Hilding, I'm sure there are several, and NESA would probably be the best
place to start a quest like this. I know there was a notice in the wire
services a few months back about a multi-generation Eagle family who was
having their youngest son receive his Eagle (5th of 5 Eagles among the 5
sons). So though it is not an every day event, it does happen.
> My oldest son will soon (hopefully) be finishing his last 2 merit badges
> and project and I will be planning a Court of Honor.
My oldest (and only) son is in the same boat, Life, working on his last 2
merit badges and his service project. He's only 15 so I'm in no rush to have
him finish just yet. He's real good on the mechanics of what an Eagle should
be, but he needs a little more time on the maturity (emothions, etc.) of
what it takes to be an Eagle.
Good luck in your search, and keep us informed as to your prospective Eagles
and their progress.
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