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Projects are the best way for a group of scouts to help their community. A project requires planning, cooperation, activity, and evaluation. Service is a key part of scouting and a scout should have completed many projects before he begins his eagle scout project. Many of these project ideas can also be used for other awards besides eagle rank.



Comments:
 May 14, 2012 - Susan Hudson
HI!  I am wondering how I could put in a request for a Boy Scout or Cub Scout project.  My parents live in a retirement community in Media, PA called Riddle Village.  They have 3 stages of housing:  independent living, assisted living and more nursing home.  There is a gardem area in this community.  Part of the garden area is a hillside with weeds and brush.  Would it be possible for Boy Scouts or Cub Scouts to help them clear this area?

Thanks,

Susan Hudson
May 14, 2012 - Scouter Paul
Susan - that sounds like a great opportunity for Scouts to do a good turn.  The best thing to do is go to BeAScout.org and choose the Boy Scout tab.  Then, enter your zipcode and local troops and the local council contact info will be displayed.  Just give them a call.
Feb 07, 2014 - Stephanie
for second class rank requirement 5 (service project), the scouts have the opportunity to help in a bird counting study with the local natural history society. Does this count as an approved service projects?  
Feb 07, 2014 - Scouter Paul
@Stephanie - The idea of an "approved" service project means the scoutmaster should know about it, and approve of it, before it is done.  So, this scout should ask his scoutmaster if the project is appropriate or not - BEFORE he does the project, not after.
On the surface, it sounds like a fine project that provides a worthwhile service to the community.

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