Advancement and Recognition
Blackland Prairie Awards & Eagle Recognition Banquet
Blackland Prairie’s 6th Annual Awards & Eagle Recognition Banquet for 2018
Saturday, January 19th, 6pm-8:30pm
St. Monica’s Family Center, 9933 Midway Rd, Dallas, TX 75220
Early Bird Registration Until 1/2/19
Eagle Scouts and Youth < 18 years $15.00; Adults $25
Eagle Scouts/Youth <18 $20.00; Adults $30
Please register on Circle Ten CampMaster HERE.
Registration closes at MIDNIGHT 1/16/19
Please attend BP Annual Awards Banquet to recognize Scouts who have earned Eagle in 2018; recognize those Scouters in our Units that go above and beyond the call of duty to make this program possible; thank the outgoing District Leadership and induct the new District Leadership team.
For more questions contact Registrar, Debra Lankenau 214-477-3224 or firstname.lastname@example.org. For Financial Assistance, please contact our Senior District Executive, Maribeth Hughes.
For VEGAN meal option, please put in comments or email Debra.
Blackland Prairie District Eagle Scout Board-of-Review (BoR)
To schedule your Eagle Board-of-Review, you must have completed the following:
- Your Eagle project and support documentation
Recognize Adults in Your Unit
There are a number of awards in Scouting that recognize adults who make contributions to Scouting. Please nominate adult volunteers in your unit to recognize those deserving leaders. Your volunteers work hard to provide our youth a great and educational program. Recognize their efforts and sacrifices with the public recognition of a Scouting award.
Nominations are due December 31st. Awards will be made at the Annual District Recognition Banquet on Sunday, January 21, 2019.
Click the READ MORE button for forms and nomination process.
Questions about Scouter awards, please contact Activity Chair, Theresa Kaualoku Here.
Scouts BSA - Important Implementation Details Related to Earning the Eagle Scout Rank
On February 1, 2019, the Boy Scouts of America will begin admitting girls into Scouts BSA (formerly the Boy Scout program).
Words of Wisdom on the Eagle Process
As Advancement Chair, I receive information from an Eagle candidate twice. The first time is when the Scout turns in their proposal and the second time is when the Scout submits the completed binder.