Troop 35 has produced more than 335 Eagle Scouts, the seventh and highest Boy Scout rank, with more Eagles-to-be in training. Before reaching Eagle, scouts must pass through Candidate status, then achieve Tenderfoot, Second Class, First Class, Star and Life ranks.

BSA requires that a scout earn 21 merit badges to reach Eagle rank, but most scouts earn many more. Each merit badge, whether in nuclear power, citizenship, dentistry or survival skills, is taught and supervised by qualified parents and leaders. Troop 35 requires community service projects for Star, Life and Eagle ranks. 

The Eagle rank is a true honor to be proud of. View our Eagle Roster page to see the more than 300 scouts that have achieved this rank throughout the years.

 

Troop 35 has produced more than 335 Eagle Scouts, the seventh and highest Boy Scout rank, with more Eagles-to-be in training. Before reaching Eagle, scouts must pass through Candidate status, then achieve Tenderfoot, Second Class, First Class, Star and Life ranks.

BSA requires that a scout earn 21 merit badges to reach Eagle rank, but most scouts earn many more. Each merit badge, whether in nuclear power, citizenship, dentistry or survival skills, is taught and supervised by qualified parents and leaders. Troop 35 requires community service projects for Star, Life and Eagle ranks. 

The Eagle rank is a true honor to be proud of. View our Eagle Roster page to see the more than 300 scouts that have achieved this rank throughout the years.

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