Carey Probst (hcprobst@NETHEAVEN.COM)
Wed, 7 Jun 1995 14:19:45 +0000
At Twin Rivers Council, when a scout reaches Life, he can pick
up an Eagle Pack from the council office which details the
paperwork procedures to follow for approval of the project and
the ultimately the Board of Review.
This is the basic checklist. In addition there are several
pages of supoort documents, definitions, etc. which I have not
had an opportunity to enter into my system.
Since I've seen several questions regarding the checklist, I've
decided to send it to the list.
CHECK LIST DATE COMPLETED
1. Pick up an Eagle Application Kit from Council Service Center.
2. Set preliminary verbal approval for Eagle Project idea from
Scoutmaster and Troop Advancement Committee.
3. Prepare written project proposal and have it approved by
Scoutmaster and Troop Advancement Chairman, then sent it to
the District Advancement Chairman - BEFORE THE PROJECT IS
4. Complete the Eagle Service Project as approved by district.
5. Prepare a written presentation of the completed project for
your Board of Review.
6. Complete Eagle Application--including project report.
7. Send completed application and paperwork, including Eagle
Project write-up, to Council Service Center for verification
of dates, merit badges and rank advancement.
8. After verification the Council Service Center will return the
application and letters of reference to the Troop Advancement
Chairman or Scoutmaster.
9. Your Troop Committee Chairman will contact the District
Advancement Chairman to arrance for representation from District
or Council at your Eagle Board of Review. The written Eagle
Project whould be available at the time of the Board of Review.
10. The Eagle Board of Review is conducted at a meeting of the Troop
Advancement Committee, with representation from District or
Council. If the application is approved, signatures are placed
on the official application and forwarded to the Council Service
Center for approval of the Scout Executive.
11. NOTE: Presentation of the award may not be made until the Eagle
Scout credentials are received by the Council Service Center
from the National Eagle Scout Serviec Headquarters
Anyone interested in the full set, e-mail me privately and I
will send a copy to you once I get it all typed in.
Carey Probst, email@example.com
Adv. Chr., Troop 16, Saratoga Dist., Twin Rivers Council
SM(ret.) Troop 16, Brotherhood Member, Ganienkeh Lodge 19
District Committee, Past Dist. Adv. Chairman
Beaver, NE-II-53, Elk Lick Reservation, 1988, beads, 1989
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