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: 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.
2014 NESA Scholarship
This year All NESA scholarship applications must be submitted online only. Paper applications will not be accepted as all information must be entered online by the candidate. This allows our system to instantly score each application and sort it by region so that regional judges can evaluate the written portions of the application.
Congratulations new District Eagle Scouts
Donovan DeVane Richart, age 14, son of Dan and Deena Richart of Lawrenceville has earned the rank of Eagle Scout. He was awarded the Eagle Scout Rank on August 22, 2015. He is a member of Troop 511 chartered by Rock Springs United Methodist Church. Donovan's Eagle project was the rehabilitation of the outdoor classroom at Creekland Middle School in Lawrenceville, Georgia. The classroom had been vandalized and trees had fallen across the seating and trail, rendering the classroom unusable. By rehabilitating this space, Creekland teachers will have access to an outdoor teaching area once again. Donovan is a Freshman at Collins Hill High School and has earned 29 Merit Badges. He has held the following troop Leadership Positions - Senior Patrol Leader, Assistant Senior Patrol Leader. Donovan is the grandson of the late John Matkin Richart, who was also an Eagle Scout.
Corey Wilson Case, age 16, son of Mark and Lisa Case of Lawrenceville has earned the rank of Eagle Scout. He was awarded the Eagle Scout Rank of July 25, 2015. He is a member of Troop 575 chartered by McKendree United Methodist. For his Eagle Scout project, Corey led other Scouts and adults in the construction of an informational kiosk at a Gwinnett County park. The kiosk was partially assembled offsite and then hauled to Freeman's Mill Park, where the assembly was completed. The kiosk was installed next to the playground at the park. Corey also led other Scouts in researching eleven different fish, amphibians, and reptiles that live in and around the Alcovy River, which flows through Freeman's Mill Park. Using this research, Corey designed a poster providing illustrations and information about the park's wildlife. Corey is a junior at Archer High School and has earned 25 merit badges. He has help troop Leadership Positions of Troop Guide, Patrol Leader, Scribe, Instructor, and Webmaster.
Jeremy Aaron Hart age 17 son of Jeff and Stacey Hart of Sugar Hill has earned the rank of Eagle Scout. He was awarded the Eagle Scout Rank on March 28, 2015. He is a member of Troop 513 chartered by Sugar Hill Church. Jeremy choose to do his Eagle Scout project at the same Early Intervention Center where his big sister attended 20 years earlier. He proudly did this project in the memory of his sister, Savannah Leigh Hart. He renovated the Preschool playground at Challenged Child & Friends by rebuilding the fences that house the air conditioning units. They were constructed, sanded and painted. The staff is enjoying the shelving inside the fences. Also a canopy was constructed on a sandbox with no protective covering. As it gets warmer outside, this protection is more needed and appreciated. Jeremy is a senior at GSMST and has earned 28 Merit Badges. He has held troop Leadership Positions of Patrol Leader and showed his leadership outside of scouting as well. At his Charter High School, GSMST, he served as an Assistant Team leader of his Robotics team where he often filled in for the team leader. He lead his team to the State Competition in the school year of 2012-2013. Jeremy was accepted into NSHSS. He will attend UAH (University of Alabama in Huntsville) on a 100% Academic Merit Scholarship where he will study Aerospace Engineering.