To all Eagle candidates:
Please use the current Eagle Scout Service Project Workbook. (click on the link to download this fillable PDF) This latest version has expandable text boxes and the ability to insert images in JPEG, GIF, TIF, and PNG formats.
PLEASE NOTE: PLEASE NOTE: Requests for Eagle Project Reviews must be submitted no later than the Wednesday prior to that month's Eagle Boards. Requests submitted after that will be scheduled for the following month.
To all Eagle Applicants that have completed their project and are ready for their Eagle Board of Review:
Please complete the current Eagle Scout Application can be found at: http://www.scouting.org/filestore/pdf/512-728_WB_fillable.pdf
Requirements 1 - 6 must be completed by your 18th birthday!
PLEASE NOTE: All Eagle Boards of Review are by appointment only. You will be called to schedule your appointment after your Eagle Application package has been turned into the Lawrenceville Service Center (Scout Store), reviewed by staff at the Jefferson office, then returned to Lawrenceville.
2014 NESA Scholarship
This year All NESA scholarship applications must be submitted online only. Paper applications will not be accepted as all information must be entered online by the candidate. This allows our system to instantly score each application and sort it by region so that regional judges can evaluate the written portions of the application.
Congratulations new District Eagle Scouts
Nathan Jenkins, age 17, son of Rob and Bonnie Jenkins of Lawrenceville has earned the rank of Eagle Scout. He was awarded the Eagle Scout Rank on October 24, 2015. He is a member of Troop 563. Nathan choose to do his Eagle Scout project at Mountain View High School. Nathan's project consists of an approximately 80 foot long continuous span of raised boardwalk spanning over a flooded section of the Karl Lee Community Trail, which runs adjacent to Mountain View High School and connects the school to a nearby neighborhood. Many community members, as well as the school's students, faculty, and sports teams use the trail to walk and run on. In the past, flooding has often completely covered the pathway, but now all community members will be able to use the trail while remaining dry. The main inspiration for this project was Nathan's experience running on the trail with his cross country team. As a team, they routinely clean and improve the trails that they call home. Nathan expressed the sentiment that, "I wanted to go above and beyond to leave a legacy to the younger runners on my team. I look forward to returning to Mountain View one day to see that my project is still helping people.". Nathan is a senior at Mountain View High School and has earned 22 Merit Badges.
Jaren Reid Petersen, age 15 son of Russell and Rebecca Petersen of Dacula has earned the rank of Eagle Scout. He was awarded the Eagle Scout Rank on September 26, 2015. He is a member of Troop 563 chartered by LDS Dacula Ward-Lilburn Stake. Jaren's Eagle project was creating sticker therapy packets for cancer patients at Children's Healthcare of Atlanta. The purpose of the project was to help entertain Children's Healthcare of Atlanta cancer patients while waiting for treatment. He solicited sticker donations in the community and organized assembly times for the packets. Each packet contained a variety of 8 individual sticker sheets and a notepad inside a custom ziploc bag. He donated 457 sticker therapy packets which included over 3,600 sticker sheets! Jaren is a sophomore at Mill Creek High School and has earned 35 Merit Badges. He has held the following troop Leadership Positions - Troop Bugler, Scribe and Assistant Senior Patrol Leader.
Gabriel Alexander Hyche age 18 of Bogart has earned the rank of Eagle Scout. He was awarded the Eagle Scout Rank on August 22, 2015. He is a member of Troop 56 chartered by First United Methodist Church of Lawrenceville. Gabriel's Eagle project was construction of a sitting area, stone path, and redesigned landscaping for the front of the Southeast Gwinnett Co-op in Grayson. This provided additional seating in a pleasant environment for clients to wait for services and support. Services provided by the Co-op include a food pantry and specific financial support. Gabriel is a Senior at Archer High School and has earned 25 Merit Badges. He has held the following troop Leadership Positions - Instructor, Patrol Leader and Den Chief.