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Troop 355 continues to develop about 10 Eagle Scouts a year and our current group of Life Scouts show no signs of slowing down.
Becoming an Eagle Scout is quite a challenge and understanding the process is at least half the battle.
Next Wednesday night, March 2nd, I’d like to meet with the Life Scouts in Troop 355 to review the requirements to become an Eagle Scout.
We’ll discuss; the application itself, the Eagle project, the recommendation letters, the life purpose statement, the leadership requirements, the scout log, the honors and leadership document, and the rest of the items that must be included in the every Eagle Scout binder.
This will also give me an opportunity to check in with those Life Scouts who have been working on the requirements for while.
Let’s meet at our scout house at 7:30. The presentation will take less than an hour and I will stay to answer the Scouts’ questions.
Parents of Life Scout’s are welcome to come and listen in.
Please let me know if you are planing on attending so that I can prepare the appropriate number of handouts.
Eagle Scout Advancement