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Scouting Resources

This area of the site will serve as a document repository for some of our more commonly used documents.

There are also some valuable website links that you will find value in reviewing to assist you in your merit badge and advancement work.

Please let me know if there are others you have used in the past that shoul d be shared with the scouts and I will add them here.

Documents
1. Eagle Project Work Book - Adobe Acrobat Format This version can filled out on the computer and then printed out.
2. Planning Guide Eagle Scout Leadership Service Project Planning Guide
3. 12 Steps From Life to Eagle These 12 steps have been outlined to ensure a smooth procedure for the Scout, the unit leadership, the local council, and the volunteers who are to conduct the board of review.

 

Web Sites
1. MeritBadge.com One of the best web sites for merit badge requirements and downloadable worksheets to help you track your merit badge work.
2. The New Birth of Freedom Council Our councils web site. This is an excellent site to help keep you up to date with our councils events.
3. NESA The National Eagle Scout Association.
4. US Scouting Service Project - Eagle Examples of Eagle ceremonies, Courts of Honor, Books, Eagle project planning resources, and other Eagle Scout related information.
5. Boy Scouts of America Examples of Eagle ceremonies, Courts of Honor, Books, Eagle project planning resources, and other Eagle Scout related information.
6. Skits Skits are a key part of a campfire program. Well-Rehearsed and acted out skits can really make a campfire a memorable one. Don't forget to include props and speak so you can be heard.
7. Songs There is nothing like a song to get the entire campfire audience involved and motivated. Placing these throughout the program agenda can really liven up the nights entertainment.
8. Cheers Recognise accomplishments with a cheer, a good Cheermaster always has one ready.
9. Be A Scout Scouting promises you the great outdoors. As a Scout, you can learn how to camp and hike without leaving a trace and how to take care of the land. You’ll study wildlife up close and learn about nature all around you. There are plenty of skills for you to master, and you can teach others what you have learned.