Boy Scouts of America

Troop 270




The Eagle's Nest

Troop 270 Eagle Scouts

Eagle Badge

The Eagle Promise

I reaffirm my allegiance
To the three Promises of the Scout Oath.
I thoughtfully recognize
And take upon myself
The obligations and responsibilities
Of an Eagle Scout.
On my honor
I will do my best
To make my training and example,
My rank and my influence
Count strongly for better Scouting
And for better citizenship
In my troop,
In my community,
And in my contacts with other people.
To this I pledge my sacred honor.


Note:  Photos and other T-270 Eagle related information are needed!

Rick M.
Nick G.
Hank B
Dominic F.
Richard H.
Brian H.
Steven G.
John D.
Joshua S.
Chris F.
Steven G.
Kevin L.
Jonathan C.
Eric K.
Austin K.
2005
Austin
Michael H.
2006
Eagle Project Photos
Court of Honor Photos
Michael
Ben W.
2007
Photos Ben
Brennan C.
2008

September 29, 2008 Court of Honor
Brennan
William G.
May, 2009

Photos
Michael K.
May, 2009

Joshua S.
May, 2010

Photos
Derrick A.
July, 2010

Nick B.
July, 2010

Nino D.
August 25, 2010
Photos
Arik H.
September, 2010

Mark D.
10/13/2010

Rolando F.
11/3/2010

John G.
6/13/2012
Photos, etc.
Kieran M.
11/13/2012
Matthew M.
11/28/2012
Thomas J.
2013
Ethan W.
8/26/2014
Trevor B.
8/12/2014
Ryan M.
2/10/2015
Noah H.
2/22/2015
Brandon C.
5/12/2015
Brandon M.
6/9/2015
Kristopher M.
4/26/2016

Adult Leaders, Parents and Grandparents that are Eagle Scouts

Don Herweck 1959
Louis Leonardi
Dave Johnson
Dave Weise
Bill Timmons


Eagle Project Ideas:

Hidden Valley Nature Center
Norco, Ca.

Plenty of Eagle projects available
Contact Margie Valdez or Louis Boehle at the Nature Center
11401 Arlington Ave., Riverside CA 92505 | Phone: (951) 785-7452


Rubidoux Nature Center
Riverside, CA

I have been informed by Sherry, who runs the Rubidoux Nature Center
at the Santa Ana River Wildlife Area, that she has a number of good Eagle project
ideas, and would love to have Life Scouts work on their Eagle project at
her center. Sherry is the mom of an Eagle Scout herself, and very pro-Scout,
so please don't hesitate to visit her at the nature center or give her a call
at 683-4880. The nature center is located at 5370 Riverview Drive. MAP


Jurupa Cultural Center
Riverside, CA

Mary Burns at the Jurupa Mountain Cultural Center is also looking for eagle scouts to do projects.
Jurupa Mountain Cultural Center website
Map
List of Current Projects (as of 10/20/08)

 Merit Badge class schedule - Jurupa Cultural Center
1/6/16

Related message from Marcelyn:
This is more info for the guys looking for Eagle Projects.
The Louis Rubidoux Nature center (where Mike H. did his project) suffered heavy damage when the river changed course. 
At least one of the bridges mentioned was made as an Eagle project.
This place is near and dear us in the past they have always be great to us helping Cub Scouts with requirements,
helping Boy Scouts with various things they needed including learning about poisonous plants.
It's another resource for Scouts looking for Eagle Projects.
Sherry mentioned to Beth H. that she did have a wish list, so there may be other things needed as well.


Living Free Animal Sanctuary
Mountain View, CA

 Celebrating 30 years of rescuing cats and dogs from imminent shelter euthanasia

Eagle Projects Available
 
Eagle Scout Medel
Living Free Animal Sanctuary would like to extend an invitation to all Scouts looking for projects worthy of Eagle grade.  
 
We are a nonprofit donor supported, no-kill, cat and dog rescue located in the heart of Riverside County, high up in the San Jacinto Mountains, in Mountain Center.

 Living Free's mission is to rescue cats and dogs slated for euthanasia in public shelters and find them forever loving homes. Each project we've identified helps make life better for our rescued cats and dogs while they reside with us until they're adopted to new families.
 
For each completed project Living Free will mount a plaque with the Scouts name, date, and troop number in dedication to their achievement. We will also include a posting on our web site with photo and details of the project, along with submission of press releases to local newspapers.  
 
For more information and details on several projects we have available, visit our web site at www.living-free.org and follow the "How To Help" navigation to Volunteer / Boy Scout Eagle Projects
 

We invite you to visit Living Free for a tour of our 153 acre facility.  Please contact me if you have any additional questions.  
On behalf of all our rescued cats and dogs, we thank you for considering Living Free Animal Sanctuary for your Eagle Scout projects. 
  
 
Clay Helgren
Public Relations Specialist
Living Free Animal Sanctuary
951-659-4687
www.living-free.org

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