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Randolph County:

Contacts:  Mike Dornbush (proposal) – (336) 625-8917 or email rdornbush1950@gmail.com – 918 Greystone Road, Asheboro, NC 27203 and Jerry Boyd (final) – (336) 824-4147

Please go to the Eagle Page at the Council Web Site (bsaonsc.org) under Advancement for details on what forms need to be completed before each step is submitted.

PROJECT PROPOSAL SUBMITTAL  -  Mike Dornbush
Before starting on a project, it must be approved first by the Troop and then by the Randolph County Eagle Project Review Board.  The Project Review Board meets the forth Thursday of each month at First Presbyterian Church (across from high school) at 7:00pm.  Scout and Scoutmaster (or other adult) must attend this meeting.  Please notify Mike Dornbush at least 1 week prior to that meeting if you plan to attend (a must).  If no notice given we will not meet or you may be turned down until the next month’s meeting.
Please have project proposal in a three ring binder with pages in sheet protectors.  Also bring 3 extra copies of the proposal so the each member of the board can have a copy to review.  Please keep these books up to date as you work through the project because they will also be required at the final board of review.
Important items to be completed (or you will be asked to come back next month) are the Contact Information (page 1-6) including BSA PID No’s (on membership cards), Service Project Proposal (pages 2-1 thru 2-4) and required signatures (page 2-4).  A letter from beneficiary organization approving the project is recommended but not required.
If you are planning a public fund raiser for you project it must be approved by the Council before it can be done.  Application is in work book on page 3-7.  See Council Eagle Information page for details

COMPLETED PROJECT DOCUMENTATION AND EAGLE SCOUT APPLICATION  -  Jerry Boyd
After completing the project, meeting all leadership requirements, earned all required merit badges, earned required ranks and Troop Board of Review you are ready for the final board of review.  The Randolph County Eagle Board meets the third Wednesday of each month at Bossong Hosiery Mill at 840 W. Salisbury Street, Asheboro at 7:00pm.
Final Eagle packet (original only) must be turned into the Old North State Council office a minimum of two weeks in advance of the Eagle Board of Review date for verification.  You will be notified by Jerry Boyd of your scheduled time for your board of review.  Each Scout should be introduced to the Eagle Board of Review by his Scoutmaster and bring 3 extra copies (in binders) of the final workbook including pictures and Eagle Scout Application.
Important items to be completed before submission to Council Office are the completed Eagle Application (not mentioned in Project Workbook), 2 letters of recommendation (3 recommended), completed Project Workbook (parts 3-1 thru 3-8 and parts 4-1 thru 4-6) and required signatures on page 4-4.  A letter from the beneficiary organization accepting the final project is recommended but not required.

NO EAGLE BOARDS WILL BE HELD IN JULY OR AUGUST

Davidson and Davie County:

Contact: Ken Clodfelter – (336) 248-6939 or email: mmre@windstream.net

All Eagle Scout Projects must be presented and approved by the Eagle Board of Review before any work can begin on a project.
Scouts presenting projects are required to appear before the board at 6:30 PM.

The Eagle Project and Boards of Review are held the second Tuesday of each month at 7:00 PM at Shiloh United Methodist Church, 943 North NC Highway 150 in Lexington. For final Board of Reviews, each Scout should be introduced to the Eagle Board of Review by his Scoutmaster.

Place all Eagle project workbooks in a 3-ring binder. All Eagle packets must be turned into the Old North State Council office a minimum of two weeks in advance of the Eagle Board of Review date for verification.

After your final review, the application will be submitted to the national office for final approval. It usually takes two weeks to receive notification from the national office once the application is submitted. When the national office returns the application to the council office, the Scout will receive notification by mail from the Scout executive. The Scoutmaster will be contacted to pick up the Eagle award and notebook from the council office.

IMPORTANT!!

All Eagle Scout projects and applications must be submitted using the new Eagle Scout Project Workbook found here.