"Once an Eagle, always an Eagle"
Eagle Scout is the highest rank attainable in Boy Scouting. Requirements include earning at least 21 merit badges, demonstrating Scout Spirit through the Boy Scout Oath and Law, service, and leadership and completing an extensive service project.
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Greenwich Scouting holds events such as the Life to Eagle Seminar to help Boy Scouts learn more about how to earn the Eagle Scout rank. There is also an annual event, the Eagle Recognition Dinner and Gathering of Eagles, in June, that celebrates the Greenwich Boy Scouts who become Eagle Scouts. Important Eagle Scout links include:
Eagle Scout Rank Application
Eagle Scout Service Project Workbook
Life to Eagle Seminar Agenda (10/22/14)
Eagle Scout Service Project Workbook: Guide to Pages 1-6
Helpful Hints for Eagle Projects: The 6 P’s
Navigating the Eagle Project for Beneficiaries
Eagle Project Proposal Instructions from Workbook
Sweet Sixteen of BSA Safety
Eagle Document Checklist When Dropping off Paperwork at Council Office
Press Release Information for Eagle Scouts
National Eagle Scout Association (NESA) Site
2014 NESA Scholarship Applications
Eagle Scout Factsheet
Greenwich Eagle Recognition Dinner Information