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Eagle Scout adds name to the few that have completed the Race Across America

By: Michael Freeman | 
January 24, 2023
About 300 or so people have completed the epic journey in its four-decade history. Phil Fox finished it on his first attempt last summer, earning the “rookie of the year” honor and ending the race in fifth place overall.

Share your Eagle accomplishments with NESA’s Faces & Places

By: Michael Freeman | 
August 15, 2022
NESA recently launched a new online feature called Faces & Places. The page is designed to showcase the contributions NESA members make across the country and the accomplishments they reach on every level.

NESA bestows more than $500K in scholarships to Eagle Scouts

By: Michael Freeman | 
July 21, 2022
More than 5,000 young men and women applied for this year’s scholarships. The funds, totaling $536,000, were recently awarded to 65 Eagle Scouts.
Apara in front of her Eagle Scout Project.

2022 Eagle Scout Project of the Year: She built a playground, meditation area for women’s rehab center

By: Michael Freeman | 
July 10, 2022
The 2022 Adams awards, which include 16 territorial winners and a national winner selected from one those territorial winners, recognize outstanding Eagle projects completed by young people who earned the Eagle Scout rank in 2021.

2021 Western Region Eagle Scout Project of the Year: Supplying villages with clean water

By: Michael Freeman | 
July 15, 2021
All Eagle Scout projects make a great impact on communities, but not every project requires two years to complete.

2021 Southern Region Eagle Scout Project of the Year: Helping prevent river disasters

By: Michael Freeman | 
June 21, 2021
Hannah Bailey installed life-saving rescue information along 100 miles of rivers in her home county.

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