Once you have earned the Life Scout rank
and are ready to begin your Eagle Scout Leadership Service Project,
to Eagle Work Packet will help you plan and record your progress
and complete and submit a final report. Print or download the packet
by clicking on the link.
Life to Eagle work packets are also available
free of charge at the Scout Service Center on 401 Tascosa Road.
Please feel free to contact Stephen Keel (806) 358-6500 or Email Stephen.Keel@scouting.org to get your Eagle Merit Badge Check List!
Inside the Workbook:
High School Seniors Eagle Scholarship Application Due in Office by Nov. 30th.
The American Legion Eagle Scout of the Year Application
Request for Eagle Scout Certificate from The Military Order of the World Wars
List of Famous Scouts. Do you recognize any names?
NESA contacting all Eagle Scouts
The National Eagle Scout Association recently updated its Web site at http://www.nesa.org. The site features NESA membership applications, resources, and a portal to help Eagle Scouts stay connected to the Scouting community.
“We want to find and contact every living Eagle Scout and register his achievements, past and present,” said NESA director Bill Steele. “This effort will culminate in Roll Call: The National Eagle Scout Registry – a publication that will capture the tradition, history, and honor of our nation’s Eagle Scouts and will be available only to bona fide Eagles.” Steele added that only Eagle Scouts who agree to be listed and who are adults will be included in the directory.
If an Eagle Scout does not receive a correspondence from Roll Call publisher Harris Connect Inc., they can call toll-free number available on the NESA Web site to update their information and order the book