Putting together a door-to-door clothing drive. I live in a city where there is a lot of trash in the streets. Painting the inside walls of a fire house. Organized and operated a bicycle safety campaign.
What not to do: Built outdoor weather station and installed professional grade weather equipment at elementary school. Refinished and refurbished piano used by high school choir.
He gave them to people who could not afford to buy glasses for themselves. Putting together an eyeglass donation drive involving both the Troop and the local junior high.
I also cleaned the trail and leveled it in places. This project was a lot of work. Built ten bat "hotels" for state park to help keep insects in check. Clear woods, paint some outdoors equipment, and dig a foot trench for a underground cable for a local church.
No projects are allowed for businesses or other profit-making organizations. Surveyed all street signs and reported all missing or damaged signs.
Distributed food to families, toys to families and clothing to families in county. Mulched and landscaped parking area and installed handicapped ramp to access picnic area. I also provided a place for parents to fingerprint and video tape their child in case they ever need to file a missing child report.
Constructed wooden compasses for demonstration and teaching at school. Built twelve bookcases, held book drive to fill shelves and obtained mini-blinds for recreation room at rehabilitation center.
Canvassed and recorded placement of smoke detectors in block neighborhood, distributed literature demonstrating need, requirement for placement and need to maintain fresh batteries and reported results to fire department.
I worked with an audiologist my Dad to get the project going. Reconstructed and landscaped steep bank behind sanctuary. I heard about the eyeglass drive, where Scouts collect eyeglasses from local mortuaries, and send them to third world countries. Created flower parks with welcome signs at entrances to communities.
Secured and donated basic equipment needs. Provided camping equipment and camping training for youth with disabilities. Arranged for more than hours of audiovisual work.
The tiger shelters at a local animal preserve were falling apart, so I organized a project to rebuild the shelters over the cages! In choosing a service project there are a few basic guidelines.Eagle Scout candidates must use the official Eagle Scout Service Project Workbook, No.as produced by the Boy Scouts of America.
The official fillable PDF version can be found at killarney10mile.com The Eagle Scout service project is an accomplishment a Scout will always remember. Your reward will be a helpful project and, more important, the knowledge you have contributed to a young man’s growth.
Eagle Service Project Ideas Download as PDF One of the most interesting and exciting requirements for achieving the Eagle Scout rank is the required Eagle Service Project.
How to / help on executing an BSA Eagle Project Indian Nation Counsel / Eagle District / Tulsa OK. Right click on the following link: Eagle Scout Service Project Workbook, No.
Once the dialog box appears, click on “Save target [or link] as” Another dialog box will appear for you to name your “save as” file and to choose where you would like to save the file. Nathan Fain, an Eagle Scout in Troop of LaGrange, Ga., won the Glenn A.
and Melinda W. Adams National Eagle Scout Service Project of the Year Award. Home; Boy Scouts of America.Download