Re: Eagle Court of Honor?
Larry Gaian (Gilwell1@AOL.COM)
Mon, 7 Nov 1994 01:50:38 -0500
When I was SM the parents always planned their sons Eagle Court of Honor. If
the boy doesn't have any support from home, he likely didn't have any support
from parents while earning his Eagle. Therefore he probably did most of the
work on his Eagle by himself.
Why couldn't he plan his own Court of Honor?
He could have anyone he wanted present the Eagle to him. I have been asked
to present the award to boys who obtained the Eagle even when I was no longer
Also, if the boy has no support from anyone on the Troop level, then why
don't you help him plan it. If the adults on his troop committee can't seem
to get their act together, then the boy shouldn't suffer because of it.
I have the policy that the boys always come before an adults feelings.
Just my opinion
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City