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    Attention Scouts in Search of an Eagle Advisor!

    Please contact Chuck Sherman (our District Advancement chair) or Deanna Austin-Horvat (our District Life to Eagle Chair) to get a contact for an Eagle Advisor. You may also contact Chuck by phone at 303.884.3417 or request an Eagle Advisor via the new sign-up form.

    We do not offer Eagles' Nest at Roundtable anymore. Please do not wait for Roundtable to try to find an Eagle Advisor, we do not want you wasting valuable time.

    If you are looking for the Eagle Scout Application or Eagle Scout Leadership Service Project workbook, you may obtain these forms at the National Eagle Scout Association website.

    For additional information on the Life to Eagle Scout process within the Denver Area Council please refer to the Eagle Scout Corner.

    Scouts, if you are having trouble getting a hold of someone, (the District Advancement Chair, or an Eagle Advisor) in regards to your Eagle please feel free to contact your District Executives at 303.455.5522.

    Merit Badge Counselors

    Every boy needs to complete 21 Merit Badges, including 12 that are required for the rank of eagle. With over 120 different Merit Badges offered by the BSA, almost any adult can become a Merit Badge Counselor. Please remember if you are a new Merit Badge Counselor you must submit an Adult application along with your Merit Badge application.

    For a full list of Valley Merit Badge Counselors or any questions about Merit Badges please contact Chuck Sherman, the Valley District Advancement Chair.

    Please remember that Merit Badge Counselors could and should be experts in the field, a scout should feel empowered enough to ask his family Veterinarian, Dentist, Doctor... to be a merit badge counselor. That person would just need to fill out both the adult leader application and the merit badge counselor application. The idea behind the merit badge program is to make sure the Scout is truly learning about what a career in that field might look like. With that it is ideal that a Scout can see what a place or work would look like. For example, meeting with a judge for the law merit badge. The community is a resource for our scouts.

    Questions and Comments

    Let us know if you have any questions or comments about the Valley District