Advancement: Eagle Board of Review Request Form
To request an Eagle Scout Board of Review after completing all requirements, email the “Board of Review Request Form” to the Sons of Liberty District Advancement Chair, John Tumblin, [email protected], with the specified documentation: Eagle Rank Application, Statement of Ambition & Life Purpose, a list of leadership positions held in groups outside Scouting, ScoutBook Advancement Record, and your entire Eagle Scout Service Project Workbook (proposal, plan, report).
Eagle Scout Service Project Approval Process
First, download the most current Eagle Service Project Workbook from Scouting.org.
Second, review the entire workbook carefully, particularly the informational pages at the beginning of the workbook and the section at the end, “Navigating the Eagle Scout Service Project,” which must be given to the representative of the beneficiary organization when you begin discussions with them about your project.
Third, after thoughtful conversations with your unit leader or project coach and a representative of the beneficiary organization, complete the proposal section and collect approval signatures (in ink) from your unit leader, your unit committee, and the beneficiary representative.
Fourth, submit the proposal and the signature pages, along with the fundraising application, if necessary, and email it as one PDF to John Tumblin, [email protected].
The District Advancement Committee will work with Scouts to ensure that their Eagle Service Project meets the standards set by the BSA in the workbook and the Guide to Advancement. Unit leaders and project coaches should touch base with the Advancement Chair to clarify questions in advance.
Please note that timing is an issue when it comes to a Scout’s 18th birthday. The Advancement Committee wants every Scout to have a chance to complete their project and attain the rank of Eagle Scout. It can take up to a month or more for project approval. Please plan well ahead to avoid timing challenges.
2nd Thursday of the month at 7:30 p.m. via Zoom. Contact Ron Hansen, [email protected].
District Committee Meeting
1st Thursday of the month at 6:30 p.m. via Zoom.
All Chartered Organization Representatives (COR) are automatic members of the District Committee and encouraged to attend. To receive virtual meeting information, contact District Chairman Steve Sookikian, [email protected].
Sons of Liberty District Recognition Event & Annual Meeting
- Monday, April 24, 2023, 7 to 9 p.m..
- Location: First Baptist Church of Arlington, 819 Massachusetts Ave, Arlington, MA 02476
This is your opportunity to recognize individual leaders in your unit who have gone above and beyond, or have demonstrated exceptional leadership in their role. The District offers the District Award of Merit, the highest volunteer recognition at the District level, the Charles A. Nason Award, and the Outstanding Scouter Award. Click here to learn about the full range of recognition opportunities. Register here for Dinner
Program Kick Off
Thursday, May 11, 7 to 8:30 p.m.
Hybrid: in-person at First Baptist Church of Arlington, 819 Massachusetts Ave, Arlington, MA 02476; and via Zoom (link to be announced)
Meet in-person or online to learn about programming for the 2023-2024 Scout year.
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|Steve Sookikian||District Chair||[email protected]|
|John Boll||District Commissioner||[email protected]|
|Kenneth Fung||Unit Commissioner||[email protected]|
|Ron Hansen||Round Table Commissioner||[email protected]|
|Robert Logan||Activities Chair||[email protected]|
|John Tumblin||Advancement Chair
Eagle Project Approval
|Joe Curran||Training Chair