Arapeen DistrictEagle Project Team

Eagle Project Team

Area One

Indianola, Milburn, Fairview, Mount Pleasant, Spring City, Moroni, Freedom, Wales, Fountain Green, Chester

City Name Phone Number E-mail Address
Mount Pleasant      
Moroni Mica Talbot 435.436.8937

Area Two

Ephraim, Manti, Sterling

City Name Phone Number E-mail Address

Area Three

Gunnison, Salina, Mayfield, Fayette, Centerfield, Axtell, Redmond, Aurora

City Name Phone Number E-mail Address
Gunnison Jeff Anderson 435.528.3264
Aurora Doug Anderson 435.979.7402
Salina Jason Harvey 435.559.0052

Area Four

Richfield, Monroe, Sigurd, Venice, Glenwood, Central, Annabella, Elsinore, Austin, Joseph

City Name Phone Number E-mail Address

Area Five

Loa, Fremont, Lyman, Teasdale, Torrey, Grover, Caineville, Hanksville

City Name Phone Number E-mail Address
Loa James Lamb 435.836.2413
Loa Toni Kay Lamb 435.836.2413
   What an Eagle Scout Candidate Should Expect

While working toward completion of the Eagle Scout service project, especially during the proposal approval process, a candidate has the right to expect the following:
  1. Questioning and probing for his understanding of the project, the proposal, and what must be done, shall be conducted in a helpful, friendly, courteous, and kind-hearted manner. We will respect the Scout’s dignity. He will be allowed, if he chooses, to have a parent, unit leader, or other adult present as an observer at any time he is discussing his proposal or project with someone who is reviewing it.
  2. Project expectations will match Eagle Scout requirement 5, and we will not require proposals to include more than described in the Eagle Scout Service Project Workbook.
  3. If requested by the Scout or his parent or guardian, an explanation of a proposal rejection will be provided in writing, with a copy sent to the council advancement chair and staff advisor. It will indicate reasons for rejection and suggestions concerning what can be done to achieve approval.
  4. Guidance that maximizes the opportunity for completion of a worthwhile project will be readily available and strongly recommended. Ultimately, however, the responsibility for success belongs to the Scout, and final evaluation is left to the board of review.
  5. If the candidate believes he has been mistreated or his proposal wrongfully rejected, he will be provided a method of redress. This will include the opportunity for a second opinion and approval, either through another volunteer or professional advancement administrator, or the Scout executive, as determined by the council advancement committee or executive board.

BSA Guide to Advancement 2013

Helpful Links

Read: Guide to Advancement 2013 (Sections: Boards of Review The Eagle Scout Rank)

Review: Advancement Educational Presentations (Video and Presentation Guides to Advancement)

The above Individuals authorized and trained to sign/review Eagle Project Proposal's for the Arapeen District. These individuals will work directly with the Eagle candidate concerning the project proposal only and once the project proposal is approved the district Eagle Project Team will assign the candidate to an Eagle Coach complying with the Guide to Advancement requirements found listed above.

The Eagle candidate has complete autonomy regarding project guidance and he may choose his own mentor/advisor but a coach will be assigned by the District Eagle Project Team. The assigned coach will contact the candidate and follow his progress. The assigned Eagle Coach will not interfere with other coaches/mentors/advisors that may be assisting the candidate. The assigned Eagle Coach reports completed projects to the District Eagle Project Team.

District Eagle Project Team members are trained (most have been sitting on Eagle Board of Reviews for several years), they must adhere to the Eagle Scout service project process as described in the Guide to Advancement.