Is your Scout looking for an Eagle Project? As we hear from organizations that have projects for Scouts, we’ll list them here each month.
Boundary Oak Golf Course
Boundary Oak Golf Course has about a dozen owl boxes that need to be rebuilt or have new ones built. They are midsize houses that go on their trees. Contact Tim Roberts firstname.lastname@example.org
Lar Rieu Park
Lar Rieu Park is a small community park located in Walnut Creek. The park is currently undeveloped and has many potential Eagle projects. (Trail construction, yoga pad, plant installation, etc.) Mark Clar
(an Eagle Scout) is leading the effort to build some infrastructure for the park in conjunction with the Parks and Recreation Department for the City of Walnut Creek. Contact Mark Clar email@example.com
Orinda Historical Society & City of Orinda
The Orinda Historical Society is looking for an Eagle Scout candidate to construct a sign similar to the picture above. The sign would provide information about the California and Nevada Railroad and how that railroad is connected to the growth of Orinda.
St. Marks Nursery School
St. Marks Nursery School in Orinda has a need for work on their play yard. The projects that we currently have on our list include:
- 5 misc workbenches/storage boxes for loose parts work/storage
- 1 wooden outdoor worthy play kitchen (for young/small preschoolers)
- 4 wooden tables with or without benches that are outdoor worthy and light enough to move easily
More or different projects are possible – we have inspiration boards to share. We feel very fortunate to have had so many wonderful projects completed over the year.
Walnut Creek C.E.R.T.
Walnut Creek Community Emergency Response Teams have a project for a Life Scout seeking to become Eagle. Contact Beth Smith firstname.lastname@example.org
for more information or click here
for a more detailed description.
For this project, the Scout would help equip 16 of our search and rescue teams (two teams for each CERT area) with all the equipment they will need to carry with them out in the field. This is a fairly straight forward project, but it has a lot of moving parts because of the variety of medical supplies and equipment that is needed. This is not a difficult project, but the Scout who takes it on must be very detailed oriented.
Before the Scout accepts this project, Beth Smith
would like to meet with him to discuss some of the specific types of equipment we need. Also, Ms. Smith
has a lot of contacts who can help the Scout acquire some of those supplies. And, he might look at financing this project by asking for support from local service organizations, such as Lions, Kiwanis, Rotary, etc.