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Eagles’ Nest


What's it like to become an Eagle?  See one Scout's video...
 Troop 75’s Most Recent Eagle Courts of Honor

Alex (#127) Sunday, May 10, 3:00 PM
Kean (#128) Sunday, May 3, 2:00 PM
On Deck and scheduling: David (#129) and Andrew (#130)!

Keep up the hard work Devin, Andrew R., Tim, Will, and Christian, and Andrew T!

See the ongoing progress with Kean's Eagle Project by checking out the project Facebook Page (click here).

What does it mean to be an Eagle Scout? Click here for an excerpt from a speech given by Troop 75 Eagle Scout Evan Shulz during his Eagle Court of Honor on January 8, 2012.

Step #1: Need some Eagle Project inspiration?  
Mr. Hoffmann has compiled a list of online resources that you can search. These will provide hundreds of good ideas.  For a copy of the list, click here.

Step #2: Ready to work on the proposal?
For a copy of the new Eagle Scout Project workbook, click here. (PC or Mac).  Contact the Scoutmaster to be assigned an adult leader "Eagle Coach" who will help to guide you every step of the way.

Step #3: Ready for the ceremony?
For a guide to setting up your son's eagle scout ceremony, click here (revised January, 2015)
For a list of supplies needed for the ceremony, click here (revised January, 2015) 

A sample script is available as an MS word document that may be modified. Click Here