Scripps-Mesa District Advancement
Committee (Updated as of January 2014)
1 - Trail to Eagle Program March 8, 2014
If you know or associate with a Life Scout, please ensure that he knows about this program. It is presented by Eagle Service Project Counselors and members of the Eagle Board of Review who are well versed in important points and pitfalls that may be encountered while pursuing the highest rank in scouting.
The program is held at the Mira Mesa LDS Church at 11023 Pegasus Ave., the same place as the monthly Roundtable. It begins at 9:00 am and lasts a little more than one hour. There is no charge for attendance, but please bring your own note-taking materials and copies of (1) the Eagle Scout Service Project Workbook and (2) the Eagle Scout Rank Application, both of which are available at National Eagle Scout Association (NESA) website.
If you plan to attend, please let us know so we can be sure to have enough handouts. Please send an email to Layne Jensen at the address below.
2 - Lowe's Eagle Scout
Grants from the Lowe's company for Eagle Scout projects are still available. Please be sure all candidates are aware they can receive $100 to help toward the cost of their projects. To check out the program go to the site http://sdicbsa.org/Advancement/Eagle.php
and look for the section
titled "Lowe's National
Eagle Scout Project Impact
3 - Eagle Project Opportunities
If you or someone you know is looking for an Eagle Scout Service Project, you may want to check out the Cabrillo National Monument on Point Loma. There are several projects that may meet your interest. Please contact:
Volunteer In Park
Cabrillo National Monument
4 - Eagle Project Counselor / Board of Review Member
If you are interested in being certified as an Eagle Service Project Counselor, please contact Layne Jensen as shown below. If you would like information about serving on the Eagle Board of Review, please contact Jules Barad.
If you have
questions, feel free to
contact a member of the
Advancement Committee listed
Layne Jensen, Chair
Jules Barad, Eagle Coordinator
Keith Trahan, Committee Member