2017 Class of Eagle Scouts Recognized

2017 Class of Eagle Scouts Recognized

Supreme Court Judge Paul C. Wilson, Eagle Scout – 1979, To Deliver Keynote Address

When: February 19, 2018, from 2:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.

What: Annual Missouri State Eagle Scout Recognition Day

Where: Missouri State Capitol, House of Representatives, Jefferson City

Honoring 2017 Class of Eagle Scouts, 1,412 Eagles from across the state of Missouri.

Program Remarks by Todd Richardson, Speaker of the House, Eagle Scout

Keynote by Judge Paul C. Wilson, Supreme Court, Eagle Scout

Eagle Award: The highest attainable rank in Scouting, earned by only four percent of all Boy Scouts. In addition to earning at least 21 merit badges and being a field-tested leader of peers in his Scout troop, Eagle Scouts give leadership to an extensive service project that benefits a community organization.

2017 Facts: On their way to becoming an Eagle Scout, the 2017 Missouri class of Eagles, all 1,412 of them earned more than 29,841 merit badges, camped over 28,240 nights and attended over 180,000 troops meetings. Over 221,000 hours were contributed to service projects and Eagle projects in Missouri communities.

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