Eagles Nest

A Historic Listing of Eagle Scouts from Troop 353 Eastchester, NY 

Eagle Scouts vs Other Men

1997    Andrew Callahan (#1)

1999    Edmund Burke (#2) — Edmund’s Eagle Leadership Project

1999    Michael McGuire (#3)

1999    Erik Phillip (#4) —  Erik’s Eagle Leadership Project

1999    Matthew Keller (#5) — Matthew’s Eagle Leadership Project

1999    Michael Schraudner (#6)

1999    John Clark (#7) — John Clark’s Eagle Leadership Project

2000    John Egan (#8 ) —  John Egan’s Eagle Leadership Project

2001    Evan William (#9) —  Evan’s Eagle Leadership Project

2001    Daniel Schrudoff (#10)

2003    Joseph Altenau  (#11) —  Joe’s Eagle Leadership Project

2003    Michael Egan (#12)

2005    Michael Dobbins (#13) — Michael Dobbin’s Eagle Leadership Project

2005    Danny Maher (#14)

2006    Michael Faggianelli (#15) — Mike Faggianelli’s Eagle Leadership Project

2007    Thomas Dobbins (#16) —  Thomas Dobbin’s Eagle Leadership Project

2007    Joshua Wauchope (#17)

2008    Daniel Altenau (#18 ) — Danny’s Eagle Leadership Project

Danny’s Eagle Project Pics

2009   Thomas McNamara (#19)  — Thomas’s Eagle Leadership Project

Tom’s Eagle Project Photos

2009   Conor McNamara (#20) — Conor’s Eagle Leadership Project

Conor’s Eagle Project Pics

2010   David Quigley (#21) —  David’s Eagle Leadership Project

David’s Eagle Project Pics

2011   Brad McCandless (#22) —  Brad’s Eagle Leadership Project

Brad’s Eagle Project Photos

2011   Matthew Stupple (#23) —   Matt’s Eagle Leadership Project

Matt’s Eagle Project Pics

2013  Dewan Thenmalai (#24) —  Dewan’s Eagle Leadership Project 

Dewan’s Eagle Project Photos

2013  Nicholas Occhicone (#25) — Nick’s Eagle Leadership Project 

2013  William Brown (#26) —   Will’s Eagle Leadership Project

Will’s Eagle Project Photos

2013  Michael Poletti  (#27) —   Michael’s Eagle Leadership Project

2013  Christopher Lazzaro  (#28) —  Christopher’s Eagle Leadership Project

Chris’s Eagle Project Photos

2013  Christian DeKnatel  (#29) — Christian’s Eagle Leadership Project

Christian’s Eagle Project Pics

2014  Derek Cheung  (#30) — Derek’s Eagle Leadership Project

Derek’s Eagle Project Photos

2014  Alejandro Urbina  (#31) — Alejandro’s Eagle Leadership Project

 

2014  Jack Flannery  (#32) — Jack’s Eagle Leadership Project-TBA

 

2014  Noah Orlando  (#33) — Noah’s Eagle Leadership Project

 

2015 Tenneth Fairclough (#34) —  Tenneth’s Eagle Leadership Project

 

2015 Andy Mrose (#35) —   Andy’s Eagle Leadership Project

 

2015 Matthew Occhicone (#36) — Matt’s Eagle Leadership Project

 

2015 Jason Chin (#37) —   Jason’s Eagle Leadership Project

 

2015 Gabriel Cohen (#38) —  Gabe’s Eagle Leadership Project

2015 James Sullivan (#39) —  James’s Eagle Leadership Project

2015 Michael Ibarra (#40)

2016 Marcus DeKnatel (#41) — Marcus’ Eagle Leadership Project
2016 Dillon Panico (#42) — Dillon’s Eagle Leadership Project
2016 Justin Walker (#43) — Justin’s Eagle Leadership Project
2016 James Tulotta (#44) — James’ Eagle Leadership Project
2016 Dylan Ecklond (#45) — Dylan’s Eagle Leadership Project

 

 

 


 

Eagle Scout Resource Sites:


Life To Eagle Path (Westchester Putnam Council)

Eagle Scout Leadership Service Project Workbook – (BSA 2012 version)

Eagle Book

Eagle Leadership Project Planning

Eagle Scout.org

National Eagle Scout Association

Eagle Project Ideas

More Eagle Project Ideas (Troop160, PA)

And Even More Eagle Project Ideas

Eagle Scouts – Merit Beyond the Badge

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Troop 353 Procedures – Life to Eagle:

Life Scouts are expected to follow the 12 steps from Life To Eagle Path (see Westchester Putnam Council link above); to facilitate this, Troop 353 has adopted some best practices from other troops:

1) The Life Scout is expected to choose an Eagle Scout Mentor within the three months of becoming a Life Scout.  The mentor helps the Life Scout with every aspect of completing the 12 steps to becoming an Eagle Scout, including the timely submission of all paperwork and strict adherence to all related administrative procedures.

2) The Life Scout is expected to work closely with his Eagle Scout Mentor to come up with a potential Eagle Scout Leadership Project concept within 6 months of becoming a Life Scout.  Though not a requirement, the Eagle Scout Leadership Project, ideally, should be related to something that is currently of strong interest to the scout.  The Life Scout is expected to stay in frequent contact with his mentor.

3) All members of Troop 353’s Eagle Scout Committee are eligible to be Eagle Scout mentors.  The Eagle Scout Committee is comprised of parents of Eagle Scouts and/or older Eagle Scouts.  In other instances, a scout may choose an equally qualified adult mentor from another troop.

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