Sunapee District Eagle Board of Review

Charlie Chapman

Eagle Board Chair

The district Eagle Board Chairman reviews and approves project proposals. The Project Proposal section of the Eagle Scout Leadership Service Workbook must be filled in along with any supporting documentation and pictures. The signatures of the Unit Leader, Committee Chair and Beneficiary must be present on the last page of the Project Proposal Section. If fundraising is needed, the project fundraising application found in the workbook should be filled out in accordance with instructions found on the reverse. Scouts interested in using crowdfunding sites for Eagle projects should read the council guidelines for use of crowdfunding.

When the Eagle candidate is ready to have his project proposal approved, he should contact the Eagle board chairman to determine the best method for sending him a copy of the proposal. In most cases the documentation can be sent electronically and, in other cases, mail can be used.

Note that the Eagle Scout Leadership Service Workbook must be used to fulfill the Eagle service project requirements.

Eagle Board of Review

Upon completing all requirements, the Eagle candidate should send his Eagle application and requirement #6 (Life Ambitions and Goals) to the council office. Council will verify advancement information on the application and then forward it to the district Eagle Board Chairman. The Eagle Board Chairman will then schedule the board of review with the Scout. The Scout should bring sufficient copies of his completed Eagle Project Workbook to his final board.  It is recommended that the Scout also send an electronic copy of the completed workbook to the Eagle Board Chair.

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