Eagle Scout Projects

The Eagle Scout Service Project, or more simply the Eagle Project, is the opportunity for a Boy Scout to demonstrate leadership of others while performing a project for the benefit of his community. The project must benefit an organization other than the Boy Scouts of America, but it cannot be performed for an individual or a business or be commercial in nature. It is a requirement in order for Boy Scouts to attain the Eagle Scout Rank.

Eagle Scout Rank is the highest achievement or rank attainable in Boy Scouts. The designation “Eagle Scout” has a long history since its founding over one hundred years ago. Only four percent of Boy Scouts are granted this rank after a lengthy review process. The requirements necessary to achieve this rank take years to fulfill. Since its founding, the Eagle Scout rank has been earned by more than two million young men.

198? – Ryan Heap, Troop 346 – Pictorial Inventory of Mt. Gilead Headstones

2009 – Dustin Wilde, Troop 1910 – stone markers for unknown graves on south side

2010 – Zach Clark, Troop 32 – concrete bridge on the creek

2010 – Chris Tahmassi, Troop 32 – landscape entrance and rock pathway

2011 – Alex Alvarenga, Troop 32 – 200’ feet of cyclone fence on west side

2012 – Sam Braack, Troop 32 – 200 feet of cyclone fence on Westside

2012 – Josh Clark, Troop 32 – paver stone inset & rock walkway in memorial garden

2013 – Sam Iverson, Troop 32 – landscaping memorial garden

2013 – Zach Dailey, Troop 337 – GPR mark & plat every readable marker

2013 – Chris Brown, Troop 32 – 200’ of cyclone fence, north side

2015 – Jacob Feret Troop 32 – cement multi-layer headstone blocks

2015 – Saxon Ewalt, Troop 32 – chainlink fence removal and bluebird houses

2015 – Vincent Demma, Troop 1910 – Historical Marker relocation to front entrance

2015 – Bailely Riggs, Troop 1910 – built fire ring

2016 – Chase Cristy, Troop 1910 – cement additional headstones of multiblocks & larger stones

2016 – Alec Bennett, Troop 1910 – rebuilt cement topping on the Sarah Neace grave

2016 – Arron Bennet, Troop 1910 – restacked the sandstone carin on the Rebeah Evans grave

2016 – Ryan Parkey, Troop 1910 – installed 120’ water line to memorial garden

2016 – Nathan Lucas, Troop 32 – Installed a 324 sp. ft. pavestone path around the columbarium

2016 – Blake Hurdsman, Troop 1910 – placed 20 stone markers for unknown graves found in center grounds

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