|Order of the Arrow Eagle Scout Congratulatory Letters|
The Congratulatory Eagle Scout Letters are a resource for the Awards and Recognition chairperson meant for Scouts earning their Eagle Scout during the current year. The national chief and national vice chief and the national chairman want to recognize each Eagle on the great accomplishment of obtaining Eagle. The letters are intended for all Boy Scouts and not just Arrowmen.
To obtain the letters, follow the instructions on
|US Army Youth Certificates of Recognition|
|Scout leaders and parents may nominate their
scouts for this award (shown at the right) by completing an
The following information is needed:
A U.S. Army Representative will contact you to coordinate the personal presentation of the Youth Certificate of Appreciation.
For more information, contact your nearest U.S. Army Recruiting Battalion.
|U. S Flags - Flown over the Pentagon or the Capitol|
GUIDELINES FOR REQUESTING AN AMERICAN FLAG(s)
Submit the written request to:
|You can purchase
a US flag that has flown over the United States Capitol building in
Washington, D.C., by ordering it from your US Representative or Senator.
In fact, this is the only way to purchase one of these flags.
Certificate of authenticity. You may request that your flag be flown on a certain date such as a birthday or anniversary. A certificate showing it was flown over the Capitol accompanies each flag. If you mention in your letter or on your request form that this flag is for any specific occasion, that information will be included on the certificate. If you are requesting a specific date, please make your request at least 4 weeks prior to that date.
Fabric and size of flags. All flags are made in the United States. The cotton flags come in two sizes: 3’x5’ or 5’x8’. The nylon flags come in the same size as the cotton and one additional size: 4’x6’.
Prices. According to a survey we recently conducted, the specific prices vary from office to office. The prices include only the costs of the flag itself, the certificate, and shipping and handling. The payment must be a check or money order made payable to the fund designated by the specific Congressional office.
Order information. Most web sites of Representatives and Senators have a page devoted to the process for ordering flags from their offices. Check for a link to "Constituent Services" or "Services" for the ordering information for that office. If you find that the web site does not tell how to order a flag, please call the State or field office of the member of Congress for the information.
|U.S. Postal Service Certificates of Recognition|
|The United States Postal Service has a newly designed recognition certificate for presentation to new Eagle Scouts. The certificate shows the USPS logo and the (old) BSA logo. What makes this certificate special is a reproduction of the $.03 Boy Scouts of America commemorative stamp issued in 1950.||To obtain a certificate, send
your request, listing the name of the new Eagle Scout, to:
|Alpha Phi Omega National Service Fraternity|
A-Phi-O has a form to request a certificate at
It can be used to recognize:
|U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Certificates of Recognition|
|The United States Fish and Wildlife Service
has recognition certificates for presentation to new Eagle Scouts,
And Venturing Silver, Ranger, and Sea Scout Quartermaster Award recipients.
The certificates are pdf files that can be filled out on line, and locally printed.
Click here for access to the files.
|Suffolk County Jewish Committee on Scouting|
|The Suffolk County Jewish Committee on Scouting
has an Internet certificate that will be sent in PDF format (Adobe Acrobat)
to ANY Scout/Scouter who requests it regardless of religion.
Please forward your request to SCJCOS@AOL.COM
DO NOT USE ATTACHMENTS. THEY WILL NOT BE OPENED
To download the required request form for the Eagle Scout Internet
Certificate, Click Here.
|Sons of the American Revolution|
Arthur M. & Berdena King Eagle Scout Scholarship
The Sons of the American Revolution has an annual Eagle Scout Essay Contest, where college scholarships are awarded. Top prize is an $8,000.00 college scholarship. This is separate from the scholarship program administered by the BSA.
The program is open to all Eagle Scouts who are currently registered in an active unit and have not reached their 19th birthday during the year of application. (The application year is the calendar year, 01 Jan. to 31 Dec.) The year that Eagle was awarded is not restricted. College plans do not need to be completed in order to receive the cash scholarship. Three cash scholarship awards are given: As the National First Place winner - $8,000.00; Runner-up - $4,000.00; 2nd runner-up - $2,000.00. You may apply more than one year if you meet the age requirements but no more than $8,000.00 total may be granted to any one Eagle Scout.
For details, see: http://www.sar.org/Youth/Eagle_Scout
For a list of addresses of public officials and other individuals that may send letters of congratulations, Click Here.