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: 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.
Congratulations new District Eagle Scouts
Thomas Christopher Stone, age 17, son of Roberta and Tony Brown of Buford and Paul Stone, has earned the rank of Eagle Scout and was awarded the Eagle Scout Rank on February 18th, 2017. Thomas worked with beneficiary, Christian Library International (CLI) representative, Trish Cummings, on a plan to design and install bookshelves for CLI's warehouse space in Buford GA. This organization, headquartered in Raleigh, NC, distributes Christian media to prisoners in Georgia and throughout the country through their chaplains. Thomas and his family learned of CLI right after they moved their Georgia location to Buford, when their church, Sugar Hill Church, partnered with CLI in the Spring of 2016. After Thomas and his family helped paint the new space he asked to do more for them by building bookshelves. Their new space was void of any furnishings so the new addition would allow them to more efficiently coordinate the receipt, sorting, storage and distribution of said media. The design plan consisted of one 24' x 2' wall unit and two 4' x 8' units to stand perpendicular to the wall. Thomas with the help of 31 volunteers and 233 hours of work, transformed their new space.
Thomas, who attends Lanier High School graduating in May of 2017, plans to study Science and Engineering in his post-secondary education. Thomas is a member of Troop 1534, chartered by Sugar Hill United Methodist Church. He has earned 25 merit badges and has served as Assistant Senior Patrol Leader, Patrol Leader, Assistant Patrol Leader, and Quartermaster Troop 1534 of Sugar Hill GA.
Walker Everette Greene age 17 of Sugar Hill, Georgia and son of Rodney and Shelby Greene has earned the rank of Eagle Scout on December 17, 2016. Walker attends North Gwinnett High School and is a Junior. His experience volunteering at the Georgia Mountain Food Bank led Walker to become interested in doing his Eagle project there. He devised and implemented a plan to enlarge and improve the food bank's on-site community garden. With a group of about 20 volunteers, he was able to expand the garden by adding additional beds, deer fencing, and soil amendments. The garden, planted this year by the Gainesville Jaycees, provides fresh produce for agency distribution and it also serves as an educational tool to teach about food, nutrition and cultivation.
Seth is a member of Troop 513, chartered by Sugar Hill Church and has earned 29 merit badges. He has served his troop as patrol leader, quartermaster and troop librarian. Walker has earned the Triple Crown of National High Adventure award by participating in adventure programs at a Northern Tier High Adventure Base, Philmont Scout Ranch, and Florida National High Adventure Sea Base. Walker is also a member of the Canantutlaga Chapter of the OA. Congratulations to Seth and thank you for his contribution to the community.
Seth Thomas Bielstein, age 17 of Lawrenceville, GA and son to Lisa Givens and William Bielstein has earned the rank of Eagle Scout on November 19, 2016. Seth is home schooled is a senior. The service project that Seth choose came about from doing volunteer work at The Hope Assisted Living Center in Dacula, Georgia. He had seen the need to enhance the lives of the residents by adding wheelchair accessible height planter boxes to the courtyards. The boxes are unique in that they were made from donated recycled wood pallets. It took all of the wood from one complete pallet to construct one complete planter box. The use of the recycled wood helped to preserve the environment and save money needed on the project also. There are four identical courtyards with a pergola located within each one, the planter boxes were placed at each of the four posts of those pergola's, 16 boxes, filled with colorful and vibrant plants. The residents enjoy their time outside tending to the plants in the boxes and hope to plant more flowers and vegetables as seasons change. Planting is great therapy for the elderly, it brings them hope, sense of accomplishment and enjoyment.
Seth is a member of Troop 595, chartered by VFW Post 5255 and has earned 40 merit badges. He has served his troop as Quarter Master, Assistant SPL and Senior Patrol Leader. Congratulations to Seth and thank you for his contribution to the community.
Noah Phillips, age 18 of Sugar Hill Georgia and son to Jeff and Shannon Menz also of Sugar Hill Georgia, has earned the rank of Eagle Scout on October 22, 2013. Noah, who attends the Lanier High School as a Senior, organized and led a flag retirement ceremony in coordination with the American Legion Post 127 on Flag Day, June 14, 2016. Noah reported, “This ceremony taught younger scouts and citizens the proper way to dispose of an American flag respectfully, and also allowed citizens and veterans to participate in an event that shows their patriotism as well.” Noah and his team gathered over 200 flags and helped to retire over 400 flags. Noah is a contributing member of Troop 533 earning 31 merit badges so far and serving as the Senior Patrol Leader in his highest position. Congratulations to Noah Phillips and his parents. Thank you for his contribution to the community.