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Eagle Scout Recognition Dinner and Class of 2014 Year Book

The Mid-America Council is creating a yearbook for our 2014 Eagle Scouts! To be included in the yearbook, please click here to fill out the form.

To obtain a FREE copy of the yearbook, you will need to attend the 2015 Eagle Recognition Dinner on Saturday, February 7, 2015. If you are unable to attend the dinner, you will be able to purchase the yearbook at the Durham Scout Center after February 7, 2015.

Questions? Please contact Clint Siskow at 402.431.9272 x210.

Offical Mid-America Council Eagle Scout Sponsor:

Eagle Project & Paperwork Video Tutorials
Here are some video tutorials that may help guide an advancement committee and or adult leader working with Scouts to achieve the rank of Eagle.
The Eagle Scout Service Project (17 min.) | The Eagle Scout Application Process (8 min.)
Eagle Scout Service Project Fillable PDF Available
The NEW Eagle Scout Service Project Workbook is now available online as a fill able/editable pdf, or you can download and print. Click here to get the new workbook! Beginning January 1, 2012, this will be the required workbook for all Eagle Scout projects. Any Scout beginning his project before January 1, 2012, may still use the old workbook. Whichever workbook a Scout decides to use before January 1, 2012, they must stick with that throughout the process.
Potential Eagle Scout Projects at Camp Fontanelle

This calendar is specific to all Eagle activities. If you need assistance in navigating the calendar, click here for a quick guideline.

Eagle Scout Requirements
Eagle ScoutThe Eagle Scout Rank is the highest rank attainable in the Boy Scout program of the Boy Scouts of America. Since its introduction in 1911, the Eagle Scout Rank has been earned by more than 1.7 million young men. The title of "Eagle Scout" is held for life, thus giving rise to the phrase "Once an Eagle, always an Eagle".

Eagle Rank requirements include earning a number of merit badges and demonstrating Scout spirit, service, and leadership. This includes an extensive service project that the Scout plans, organizes, leads, and manages. Eagle Scouts are presented with a medal and a badge that visibly recognizes the accomplishments of the Scout. Additional recognition can be earned through Eagle Palms, awarded for completing additional tenure, leadership, and merit badge requirements.
NESA Membership Fee Increase
The national NESA Committee at its February 7 meeting approved increasing NESA membership fees effective July 1, 2011. This is the first increase in NESA membership fees in almost 20 years. Read More
Eagle Scout Medal

Eagle Scouts missing! And you can help us find them. The Mid-America Council is building an invitation list for exclusive events for Eagle Scouts. If you earned the rank of Eagle Scout anywhere in the country, and reside in our council, please CONNECT with us. If you are not an Eagle, but know one, encourage them to connect with us as well. These events you don't want to miss!

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