Eagle Scout is the highest achievement or rank attainable in the Boy Scouting program of the BSA. The designation “Eagle Scout” was founded over one hundred years ago. On a national level, only four percent of Boy Scouts achieve this rank after their time in the BSA. The requirements necessary to achieve this rank take years to fulfill. Since its founding, the Eagle Scout rank has been earned by almost 2.5 million young men.

Troop 121 takes pride in our Eagle Scouts. To see our list of Eagle Scouts, click here.

If you are an Eagle Candidate, click here for resources to help you along your Trail to Eagle.

Our current Eagle Candidates, Life Scouts who are working on their projects

Life Scout's NameProject StatusProject OverviewProject BeneficiaryNotes
Ian FleserProject Carry OutA food drive followed by workdays in the food pantry kitchen. Mother's Cupboard in Nashville, INIan will be collecting canned food and cereal through the beginning of February at our weekly Troop meeting.
Wyatt WelchProject PlanningWyatt has presented his project to the Troop Committee and is waiting to finish the Project Planning phase of the packet.
Chad ThompsonWaiting to Finish his Eagle PacketBand equipment storage upgradesBedford North Lawrence Marching Band
Colin StoneWaiting to Finish his Eagle PacketTrail improvement and setting a monument.Town of ElletsvilleColin has finished his project, but now he must finish the paperwork and turn in his packet.
Eric BoettnerStarting Project IdeasN/AN/A
Ethan TeskeStarting Project IdeasN/AN/A