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Mount Tahoma District

Trail to Eagle

Congratulations on earning you Life. Here are some tools to make your trail to the Eagle Award as straightforward as possible.

Eagle Project

Eagle Projects are approved monthly at Roundtable, which occurs at 7:00 on the second Thursday of every month except July and August at the Saint John the Baptist Church, 25810 156th Ave SE, Covington, WA. You must receive approval BEFORE scheduling your Eagle Project.Do not schedule or begin formal work on your Eagle Project if it has not already been approved.

Find the most up-to-date version of the Eagle Project Workbook.

Questions about Eagle Project Approval should be directed to Julie Jacobson, Green River District Eagle Scout Project Approval Coordinator.

Looking for ideas? The City of Kent Parks Department has hosted over 230 Eagle Projects.  In addition, check out this series from Scouting Magazine, the BSA's official publication for volunteers, of awesome Eagle Projects from across the country.

Remember to take a few photos to send to the Kent Reporter or the Renton Reporter with the details of your Eagle Project. Clip out the article they publish about you to save for the scrapbook!

Eagle Board of Review

Please contact Bill Campisteguy (Camp-is-te-gee) to setup your Eagle Board of Review. Please remember that Eagle Courts of Honor should not be scheduled until after the Eagle Award has been approved by the National Council of the Boy Scouts of America, which can take a few weeks from the date of the Board of Review.

Remember: start early on gathering recommendations from educators, religious leaders, family, employers, etc. You can find the handy Eagle Scout Reference Form.

Eagle Court of Honor

You made it! Way to go! Here are some ways to celebrate your accomplishment.

Contact the Renton Reporter or the Kent Reporter with the details of your Eagle Project, highlights of your Scouting Career, and a picture of you in action.

The National Eagle Scout Association has a variety of resources for Eagle Courts of Honor, scholarships, and more. Make sure you join to get the most out of your Eagle award. Lifetime Memberships to NESA make great gifts from the Eagle's Troop.

The Scouting Alumni Association is open to any youth, adult, volunteer, family member, or anyone else who has been a part of Scouting or been impacted by Scouting in any way. As an Eagle Scout, you and your family certainly qualify. Join (for free!) to receive updates on how Scouting is continuing to better communities around the country.