A Message from the Eagle Scout
I would first like to thank everyone who helped me with my eagle project,
because without their support I could not have completed my project. I
would also like to say how much scouting has affected my life; I believe that
if it were not for scouting I'd probably still be a shy, well behaved kid.
Scouting opened me up and showed me leadership skills I could not have
learned anywhere else. It has also made me be come a little mischievous, for
instance moving beds into the middle of a field
during summer camp; (with the scout still sleeping in it) and finding my bed
being hung from trees because I accidentally" spilled a bucket of water on
With all joking aside scouting really did shape me into the person I am today
and without; it I don't know I where I would be. I would like to thank all the
adult leaders and scouts that went through the program with me, because'
not only did you all give me some of the best times of my life, but taught me
some of the most important lessons.
My Eagle Scout project consisted of painting house numbers on the curbs in
front of homes in Country Woods.'
After obtaining permission from the Smithtown Highway Department, work
began in June 2004. To accomplish painting the numbers far all the 375 homes,
I used stencils and paint. I set up two teams, one paint¬ing the black
backgrounds and the other painting white numbers.
The purpose of my project is to help emergency and police vehicles to
correctly identify the homes in an emergency.
I would like to thank everyone who helped to complete my project.
|Eagle Project Description
Citizenship in the Community
Citizenship in the Nation
Citizenship in the World
Assistant Patrol Leader
Assistant Senior Patrol Leader