Scott Robertson

Eagle Tips - Returning to the Scene of the Crime
By: Posted On: 2010-11-18

This tip is thanks to Mark Ray from http://www.eaglebook.com

Places are important to most of us. Our grandmother’s house, our college campus, the little bistro where we had our first date - all these places take on a prominence that far outweighs their property value.

For many an Eagle Scout, the place where he did his Eagle project assume a similar importance. If that’s the case with your next Eagle Scout, why not hold his court of honor there? There may be logistical problems to deal with, but I can’t think of a better spot for a court of honor than the place where the honoree took his biggest steps along the Eagle Scout trail. 


 
 

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