Our Eagle Scouts: Jim Kelly 540 955 4360 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Eagle Scout is the pinnacle of the scouting experience. Only two percent of scouts achieve that rank. America's Eagles are diverse. They include individuals across all races (scouting was officially integrated from the start). What they have in common is that they chose a life of achievement and assumed leadership roles at a young age. The Wall Street Journal notes that, within the Eagles, one can find a U.S. president, the first man to walk on the moon, six Medal of Honor recipients, Nobel Prize winners, a number of astronauts (including most Shuttle astronauts), Tuskegee airmen and Japanese-American internees, congressmen, senators and governors, corporate CEOs and university presidents.
Since the mid-1960s, all Eagle candidates are required, beyond earning the traditional 21 merit badges, to devise, plan, execute and manage a community-service project - the Eagle Scout Service Project, which has been characterized as the single greatest youth service initiative in history.It has touched every community in America, including the Faith Community of Saint Bridget's.
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