Tag Archive: Eagle

Dec 16

High Adventure News and Opportunities for December 2011

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2012 NCAC Philmont Provisional & Unit-Crew Opportunities: NCAC has provisional space for individuals on its three Philmont 2012 contingents: P705 (7/3-17), P713 (7/11-25), and P720 (7/18-8/1). Also contact Dave Talbott or Wes Haynes if you have a unit-crew that may be interested in joining the P705 contingent. For more information and a copy of the …

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Sep 20

Life to Eagle Seminar

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Saturday October 15, 2011 1:00 – 3:15 pm Christ Lutheren Church, Fairfax, VA All Life Scouts ready to pursue Eagle and the adults supporting them are encouraged to attend. Topics include: Eagle Rank Requirments, Serivce Project Selection/Approval Prj Management/Documentation Write-up, Eagle Application, Eagle Board of Review, Eagle Court of Honor HIGHLIGHT: Panel discussion featuring recent …

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Sep 12

Order of the Arrow Announcments

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The next Troop OA Representative Meeting is at Falls Church Presbyterian Church Thoreau Middle School on Thursday, September 15 at 8 pm. If you were not able to help us with the Goshen Bus Loading on July 2nd and 3rd , you missed a good opportunity to earn some service time and have some pizza. …

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May 12

The District Dinner and the Excellence in Youth Leadership

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This is the time of year where we celebrate all of the scouts accomplishments and we recognize those leaders who helped make it happen. The National Capital Area Council presents: Centennial Excellence in Youth Leadership Evening What: Youth Networking Opportunity Award recipients will have the opportunity to network with professionals of their chosen industry group. Where: Fairview …

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Dec 20

Troop 895 Holds Double Eagle Ceremony

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Two members of Falls Church’s Boy Scout Troop 895 — Christian Holmes (at left) and Simon Farrow (at right) — on Monday evening were awarded the rank of Eagle Scout — the highest achievement in Scouting. Less than two percent of Scouts become Eagles. The Court of Honor was held at Falls Church Presbyterian Church …

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