Category Archives: Eagle Scouts

Eagle Scout

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Class of 2020 & 2021 Recognition Dinner

You are invited to join us in saluting America’s Future Leaders!

Topsfield Fairgrounds, 207 Boston St, Topsfield, MA 01983 - May 22, 2022 - 1:30pm

It is recommended that once a scout reaches Life Rank, they participate in a Life-to-Eagle Workshop. If one is not available, please reach out to your District Advancement Chair.

 

Eagle Scout Links

 

Once a Scout has completed the steps for Eagle Scout, they should reach out to the District Advancement Chair.

GE – Greg Paul
WW – Neil Thomas
FL – Joshua Kline and Bill Quigley
NL – Josh Huston
SOL – John Tumblim
GBH – Bob Wanamaker
BOF – Mark Svendsen

 

Any questions about the Eagle process can be directed to Jenny Trickett at [email protected]

Adams Eagle Scout Service Project of the Year Award

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The National Eagle Scout Association (NESA) has established the Glenn A. and Melinda W. Adams National Eagle Scout Service Project of the Year Award to recognize valuable service of an exceptional nature by a Scout to a religious institution, a school, community, or other entity. The award recognizes the Scout for his Eagle Scout service project, which is part of the requirements for earning the Eagle Scout Award. Each local council will choose a council-level winner, and from that pool, each region will pick a region-level winner.

A national winner then will be selected from the four regional finalists.

The Spirit of Adventure NESA Committee would like to encourage the Eagle Scout's from this year’s class, his parents, or any registered BSA volunteer (with the Eagle Scout’s permission) to submit his Eagle Scout service project for consideration.

  • The last day to submit nominations will be the last Sunday of January.
    • The submission must include the application, a name and summary of the project, and the Eagle Scout’s contact information.
    • A complete duplicate copy of his Eagle Scout Service Project Workbook (previously submitted by the Scout to his Eagle board of review committee) must be attached to the application.  
    • Please mail or deliver these documents to:
      • Spirit of Adventure Council
      • 2 Tower Office Park
      • Woburn, MA 01801
      • Attn: Jenny Trickett

The council - level winner will receive a certificate and a bronze device for the Eagle Scout embroidered knot from the National Eagle Scout Association. The presentation will take place at the Council's award dinner in June. All council winners will be considered for the Regional Eagle Scout Project of the Year Award where those winners can bring home $500 to be used for future educational purposes. If you are able to advance to National consideration you could receive up to $2,500 toward future educational purposes.

Find Training

Types of  Training:

  1. Pathways to Training at New England Base Camp

  2. Training Courses

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Adult Training

BALOO Training is a day of fun and learning which will help pack leaders plan and carry out a quality "entry-level" outdoor experience for the Cub Scouts and their families. Participants will better understand the laws of the BSA and camp programming while acquiring the skills and confidence to host a successful campout by increasing their knowledge of available resources and the use national and local council standards as guidelines.

 

 

IOLS Training - this hands-on program gives adult leaders a practical introduction to the patrol method of a Scout led troop by teaching many of the practical outdoor skills they need to lead Scouts in the out-of-doors.

April 22-23 - Lone Tree Scout Reservation - 6pm Friday evening to 11pm Saturday evening

April 23-24 - Lone Tree Scout Reservation - 7am Saturday morning to 11am Sunday morning

(Note: Overnight camping is required for these trainings, so one can either earn the certification by booking an overnight or providing proof of one.)

Training Courses

Youth Protection Training: 

True youth protection can be achieved only through the focused commitment of everyone in Scouting. It is the mission of Youth Protection volunteers and professionals to work within the Boy Scouts of America to maintain a culture of Youth Protection awareness and safety at the national, regional, area, council, district, and unit levels. Protección Juvenil En Español

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The Wilderness First Aid (WFA) course will help you prepare for the unexpected. This fast paced, hands-on training is designed to meet the needs of trip leaders, camp staff, outdoor enthusiasts and individuals working in remote locations. It will introduce you to caring for people who become ill or injured far from definitive medical care.

Classroom lectures and demonstrations are combined with realistic scenarios where mock patients will challenge you to integrate your learning. At the end of the course, you'll have the knowledge, skills and ability to make sound decisions in emergency situations.

 

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Powderhorn

Powder Horn is a skills resource course for Venturing and Scouts BSA leaders and youth (age 14 and up) of the Boy Scouts of America (BSA). ... Powder Horn presents a wide variety of hands-on high adventure skills experiences, and thus is not designed to provide specific skills certifications.

 

Wood Badge

Wood Badge is Scouting's premier training course. Baden-Powell designed it so that Scouters could learn, in as practical a way possible, the skills and methods of Scouting. It is first and foremost, learning by doing. The members of the course are formed into patrols and these into a troop.  The entire troop camps in the outdoors, camping, cooking their own meals, and practices Scout skills while honing their leadership and teamwork.

Next course will be held March 25-27 & April 23-24 at New England Base Camp & Lone Tree Scout Reservation