By Darryl Alder
Aug 01, 2015

Hundreds of Eagle Project Ideas

Before applying for the Eagle Scout Award, the application says that “while you are a Life Scout, plan, develop, and give leadership to others in a service project helpful to any religious institution, any school, or your community.” But what to do is a very real question?

Here are 300 of this last year’s Eagles and their service projects that might give your Scout a nudge toward his own ideas:

  1. Volunteers from Austin's troop and ward help move the habitat they built for the Great Basin Wildlife Rescue.

    Volunteers from Austin’s troop and ward help move the habitat they built for the Great Basin Wildlife Rescue.

    Austin Wilson from American Fork, Utah, Troop 1197, age 17—built a small animal habitat for the Great Basin Rescue. He found this project from a referral by the Division of Wildlife Resources. The purpose of the Great Basin Wildlife Rescue is to save sick and injured animals and nurse them back to health. “They were in need of more habitats to house some squirrels, so I was able to benefit the community by providing a place for the injured animals to live in. The project took a total of 209 hours to complete, and required many helping hands, and a lot of wood and chicken wire. I would like to thank Lowe’s, IFA, and the LDS Manila 2nd ward for helping me out with my project. I especially thank my ward, the Manila 7th ward, for their support as well.”

  2. Jacob McNaughton, Troop 1053 put in 97 work hours beautifying a vacant lot on school grounds.

  3. Dylan Petersen, 18, of Mayfield, Crew 569.  Beautification of the Sanpete County Landfill exterior

  4. Fairview Play Park

    Fairview City Play Park

    Dallas Larson, 18, Fairview Crew 1644.  Put together toddler playground for Fairview Sports Park.

  5. Brenden Blackham, 16, of Mt Pleasant of Crew 501.  Installed sprinkler lines at Fairview Sports Park.
  6. Joseph Garlick, 15, of Fairview Team 503.  Assembled the Swing Set for Fairview Sports Park.
  7. Zackary Lee,  17, of Fairview Crew 503.  Installed a climbing gym for Fairview Sports Park.

  8. Hogan B Wallis, of Cedar Hills, age 14. Collected clothing for Alpine Recovery Lodge.

  9. Jerron N Patterson, of Cedar Hills, age 16. Made 1000 paracord kits for deployed soldiers and families.
  10. Spencer C Robinson, of Orem, age 14. 42 quilts and 46 bath kits for the Newborn ICU for Common Bonds.
  11. Moises M Fernandez, of Provo, age 16. Built a large bird cage for Great Basin Wildlife Refuge.
  12. Christopher C Cutler, of Provo, age 14. Made cookbooks for low-income housing area for the promotion of healthier eating.
  13. William J Holt, of Provo, age 18. Childrens’ quilts for the Family Support and Treatment Center.
  14. Richmond J Ngatuvai, of Provo, age 15. Made an Angel Tree for gifts and household items for the Little Heroes Foundation.
  15. Scott T Russon, of Provo, age 18. Personal hygiene kits for Community Action Services.
  16. Richard J Page, of Provo, age 18. Organized, disinfected, sized and labeled footwear for Heart Mothers.
  17. Kyler K Ercanbrack, of Santaquin, age 18. Pillars and planter boxes for Santaquin City Cemetary.
  18. Dallin Delgado, of Springville, age 18. Made 22 sets of wooden blocks for Lids on the Move.
  19. David O McFarland, of American Fork, age 17. Removed dead trees & limbs, planted new trees and re-landscaped Hindley Park in American Fork.
  20. Connor W Dean, of Eagle Mountain, age 18. Organized and conducted a Memorial Day patriotic and Flag retirement ceremony for LDS Stake.
  21. Marcus R Alba, of Eagle Mountain, age 18. Organized and hosted a flag retirement ceremony for the Kennekuk Ward for July 24th.
  22. Chaz Alba, of Eagle Mountain, age 18. Organized a group to move and set up furniture and supplies in classrooms at the Ranches Academy after floors were carpeted.
  23. Elijah M Megargel, of Eagle Mountain, age 18. Made three types of specialty bibs for special needs youth at Horizon School.
  24. Zachary W Darrington, of Highland, age 17. Paint project for Utah National Guard.
  25. Charles W Wilkes, of Highland, age 14. Posted flags on 800+ veterans graves at PG Cemetary, trained all for special handling and ceremony.
  26. Dylan J Hansen, of Lehi, age 18. Built sousaphone racks for West Lake Jr High.
  27. Tyler D Kitchen, of Lehi, age 18. Built a 20 ft bike rack for Willow Park Middle School.
  28. Devin G Coombs, of Lehi, age 15. Improvements at Colony Pointe Park in Lehi.
  29. Jared A Payne, of Lehi, age 17. Coat hooks in lunchroom and hallway, built storage bench by entry and hosted a woodworking class at Ranches Academy.
  30. Joshua S Lambert, of Lehi, age 18. Made personal hygiene kits, Halloween kits and birthday kits for Community Action Services.
  31. Bradley M Schoebinger, of Lehi, age 15. Made coins for an incentive reading program for Eaglecrest Elementary.
  32. Steven C Schoebinger, of Lehi, age 18. Made 300 plain brown plaques for Lehi Hutchings Museum.
  33. Dallin J Dupaix, of Lehi, age 18. Organized and held blood drive for the American Red Cross.
  34. Spencer R Huggins, of Lehi, age 17. Made fleece blanket with a personalized note included for Primary Children’s Medical Center.
  35. Nathan R Huggins, of Lehi, age 17. Made art kits with a personalized note for patients at Primary Childrens Medical Center.
  36. Justin J Call, of Lehi, age 14. Planted trees and installed rocks and pavers along the walk on 3200 North.
  37. Nathan D Holmstead, of Lehi, age 15. Sanded, cleaned and painted sign at PG Ranger District and sign at AF Canyon entrance for USFS.
  38. Jacob Berry, of Lehi, age 15. Interviewed and typed up stories for veterans and put in book for Post 19.
  39. David C Edwards, of Pleasant Grove, age 17. Made basic musical instruments for Legacy Elementary School.
  40. Bryce C Wakley, of Saratoga Springs, age 14. Made fleece blankets for Primary Children’s Medical Center.
  41. Hayden D Smith, of Springville, age 17. Painted the weight room at Springville High School.
  42. Nicholas S Cooper, of Springville, age 16. Created 15 “fresh start moving kits” for at-risk youth aging out of the Juvenile Justice System.
  43. 5Noah Cahoon, age 14, from Team 1158 sponsored by the LDS Highland Twenty Fifth Ward, put on a big event; a Cardboard Challenge at Hill Air Force Base. He wanted to do it somewhere that would benefit kids with parents deployed overseas. In planning the event he ran into some challenges getting permission to use the base, but kept pushing through. until he was granted special permission. He recruited volunteers, spent weeks gathering cardboard, and enlisted his team and troop to help him build a cardboard fort for the event. On the day of the Cardboard Challenge, the kids who participated built mazes, costumes and even cardboard airplanes with Noah’s donated toolkits and stickers. One kid made a full body Ironman suit. “It was fun to see what they would think of,” Noah says.
  44. Chase Jensen, Unit 1053, raised headstones in the Heber City Cemetery.
  45. Devin A Stika, of American Fork, age 13. Painted the AF High School Sports Shed and the “A” near it.
  46. Matthew T Gardner, of American Fork, age 16. Painted the emergency curbs at the Utah State Developmental Center.
  47. Christopher M Allan, of American Fork, age 16. Cleaned plaques at the Memorial at AF Cemetery.
  48. Daniel P Jones, of American Fork, age 18. Made personal hygiene kits for needy children in Mexico.
  49. Addison Hildebrandt, of American Fork, age 18. Scraped and painted fire hydrants on Utah State Developmental property.
  50. Ryan M Williams, of American Fork, age 14. Collected, cleaned and organized sports equipment for Utah Foster Care.
  51. Brandon J Glazier, of American Fork, age 18. Created 49 “I Spy” bags for hospitalized children.
  52. Weston S Keetch, of American Fork, age 16. Made 81 blankets for Stonehenge of AF.
  53. Landon form unit 222 organized and planned the removal of a dangerous warped boardwalk and replaced it with concrete.
  54. Kolton L Delahoyde, of American Fork, age 18. Storm Drain Contamination Community awareness.
  55. Alexander E Jolley, of Eagle Mountain, age 15. Arranged and ovesaw a cleanup of illegally dumped trash in hills south of the Ranches and 1/2 mile east of Hidden Hollow Elementary on City property, and put up “No Dumping” signs.
  56. Zachary J Morris, of Lehi, age 17. Poured cement pads, built & installed park benches along Traverse Mountain Trails.
  57. Joel from 274, organized, planned, and painted house numbers on the curbs in his neighborhood. (137 hours)
  58. Jacob Ray holds his archiving Eagle project documenting the Jordan River and the Jordan River Parkway.

    Jacob Ray holds his archiving Eagle project documenting the Jordan River and the Jordan River Parkway.

    Jacob M Ray, of Lehi, age 17 said, “I made a scrapbook documenting the Jordan River and the Jordan River Parkway, as well as the Indian Ford Ferry (a location on the river) as it is now, so that future generations can see how it looked in 2014.” His project included: the scrapbook documenting, digital copies, hard copies and digital backup on CDs for the Lehi Historical Archives.

  59. Payton C Field, of Lehi, age 18. Constructed bookcases for people getting into new homes plus collected hundreds of books to be given to those who need them for Habitat for Humanity.
  60. Anthony DuBois, of Lindon, age 18. Helped with homeless youth resource center.
  61. Scott S Griffin, of Mapleton, age 17. Put in 18 posts for the Jolly Ranch Disc Golf Course.
  62. Mitchel B Murdock, of Mapleton, age 18. Put in seven 4×10 cement pads for the Frisbee Golf Course in Mapleton.
  63. Miles A Crabb, of Orem, age 18.
  64. Christian J Walters, of Orem, age 18. Sanded, primed and painted doors, repaired soffits and replaced shingles on the Timpanogos High School Softball facility.
  65. Mathew A Mabey, of Orem, age 18. Painted lines and curbs of parking lots, the street and on the playground at Geneva Elementary.
  66. Miles A Crabb, of Orem, age 18. Books and Media for Orem Public Library.
  67. Braxton C Panter, of Pleasant Grove, age 14. Drilled and riveted reserved seating tags for the Pleasant Grove Rodeo Grounds.
  68. Korbin K Tanner, of Pleasant Grove, age 16. Collected toys and donations to buy toys for delivery to Utah Valley Regional Medical Center for kids in the hospital.
  69. Matthew from 295, organized and planned the painting and marking of a no parking zone 3000 ft. long. (87 hours)
  70. Parker G Johnson, of Saratoga Springs, age 16. Cleared vegetation and widened a trail at the Mill Canyon Trailhead for the National Forest Service.
  71. Christopher from 722 , designed, tested, and produced several different types of craft kits for children at the Primary Children’s Hospital. (142 hours)
  72. Trevor and other Scouts folding brochures for his Eagle Scout project

    Trevor and other Scouts folding brochures for his Eagle Scout project

    Trevor C Harmon, of Highland, age 18.  Explained: “In the news recently there has been a lot of discussion about abuse of prescription drugs and making sure that prescription drugs are disposed of properly.” Trevor worked with the City of Highland to prepare flyers to inform the citizens of the community of the specific ways to dispose and get rid of prescription drugs in our local area. He said, “It was fun to call on the football buddies and friends to help prepare and distribute 600 flyers in the area and provide the flyers to the local police department and city center.”

  73. Anthony O Call, of Saratoga Springs, age 17. Blood drive for the American Red Cross.
  74. Gavin Campbell, of Spanish Fork, age 14. Made labels and labeled chairs for the new Center Street Church.
  75. Randall J Huff, of Spanish Fork, age 17. Built a target system for the new police gun range.
  76. Skyler J Terry, of Spanish Fork, age 14. Did a DVD and video game collection. Cleaned and labeled items. Bought some new ones with money that people donated. Took to Primary Childrens Hospital.
  77. Jose M Branez, of Springville, age 17. Renovated the courtyard of Merit Academy by fixing the botanic garden and green house.
  78. Tyson D Galbraith, of Springville, age 18. Built benches for the new Springville High School tennis courts.
  79.  Moroni J Black, of Springville, age 18. Conducted a blood drive for the Red Cross.
  80. Avery S Green, of Springville, age 17. Built, painted and installed four ball returns at the Payson ballfields.
  81. Jared R Buhler, of Spingville, age 14. Made 100 courage capes for Utah Valley Healthcare Foundation for pediatric patients.
  82. Foto S Toluta’u’Ulunga, of Provo, age 17. Organized a “Continually Prepared” activity for Wasatch Elementary.
  83. Jeffery D Salmond, of Cedar Hills, age 17. Built fire pit and extended a retaining wall at Mutual Dell.
  84. Hyrum L Hallsted, of Cedar Hills, age 13. Did landscaping at Mountain Ridge Jr. High School.
  85. J Porter Hill, of Elk Ridge, age 18. Built bookcases, collected and repaired over 1000 books for Beehive Assisted Living Center.
  86. Joshua L Mason, of Elk Ridge, age 18. Collected used shoes, sized them, cleaned them and delivered them to a charity for a 3rd world country.
  87. Connor M Hardy, of Highland, age 18. Constructed microscopes for use by academy students at Merritt College Prep Academy.
  88. Brenden I Alton, of Lehi, age 18. Cleaned up, raised and reset tombstones in Lehi City Cemetery.
  89. Mark J Waite, of Orem, age 18. Fundraised and built 100 wooden toy cars for needy children.
  90. Chase E Saffell, of Orem, age 14. Organized a drive to collect and repair clothing and coats to benefit the ward and needy people in the stake.
  91. M Jedd Hyer, of Payson, age 18. Cleaned and repaired library books and prepared new books for checkout.
  92. James T Frazier, of Salem, age 18. Building blocks for special needs adults to learn job skills.
  93. Nathan B Rowley, of Santaquin, age 18. Painted boards and made shelves to finish the jeep patrol building.
  94. Brian I Hoschouer, of Santaquin, age 18. Made foster care duffel bags.
  95. Jaren M Sorensen, of Santaquin, age 18. Organized a blanket drive for Primary Childrens Hospital.
  96. Tyler J Sherrow, of Santaquin, age 18. Built brochure holder for Santaquin City offices.
  97. Cameron S Sokol, of Woodland Hills, age 18. Collected clothing and delivered it to Salt Lake City to be flown to the orphans in Afghanistan.
  98. Mitchell Peterson aka “Rocky the Caveman” American Fork High School mascot

    Mitchell Peterson aka “Rocky the Caveman” American Fork High School mascot

    Mitchell Peterson, age 18, from American Fork, made an anti-bullying documentary. He said: “I love making media such as movies, music and games. I took my own video camera and filmed interviews at my high school (American Fork High) and at other youth events. I put it all together using software I learned in my KAVE TV class at school. I distributed the video in CD form to several local elementary schools. It is now available on YouTube. The video will be used by teachers to open a classroom discussion about bullies. Hopefully it will benefit the teachers and students in the community so we can spread the word that bullying is not OK.”

  99. Scott A, Thompson, Vernal, 16, Built a volleyball court for the Split Mountain Youth Center in Vernal Utah.
  100. Nick E Topham, of Alpine, age 14. Collected and delivered blankets and clothing to impoverished families in Puerto Penasco, Mexico.
  101. Isaac J Newey, of Alpine, age 18. Repainted the curbs in no parking zones on main street in Alpine.
  102. Austin M Gillespie, of Alpine, age 14. Collected 1,700 lbs of food and volunteered at the Utah Food Bank.
  103. Colby K Frost, of American Fork, age 17. Planted seven trees and involved 4th graders from the community for American Fork City.
  104. Alec J Smith, of American Fork, age 18. Built a six shelf CD/dvd book case for the AF library.
  105. Mitchell S Peterson, of American Fork, age 18. Created videos to teach about bullying and how to prevent it. Presented and discussed with 6th grade class and posted on You Tube.
  106. Corbin B Giles, of American Fork, age 18. Made 57 bags filled with coloring book, crayons, stickers, and toys for young children in AF Hospital.
  107. Ryan R Smith, of American Fork, age 18. Purchased material and then built a six shelf audio book case for the AF Library.
  108. Cory R Morin, of Cedar Hills, age 16. Made 55 quilts for Primary Children’s Hospital.
  109. Matthew W Wallace, of Eagle Mountain, age 14. Built a single track bike trail next to North Ranch City park connected to a 1/4 mile existing double track trail.
  110. Mitchell R Baker, of Highland, age 17. Refurbished athletic cleats for a youth program for Lone Peak Youth Football.
  111. Maxwell M Van Wagoner, of Highland, age 13. Built wooden cars for the Laujnfao Foundation to be shipped around the world.
  112. Jacob S Johnson, of Highland, age 14. Collected 62 used bikes for a non-profit organization called Bicycle Collective.
  113. Ryan D Coon, of Highland, age 15. Bibs were created for the organization Kids on the Move.
  114. Noah G Cahoon, of Highland, age 13. Cardboard carnival benefiting the Hill Air Force youth program.
  115. Samuel D Wilcox, of Lehi, age 15. Cleaned, repaired and organized a room that is used for therapy at Provo House of Hope.
  116. Braydon T Hobbs, of Lehi, age 17. Collected 473 Teddy bears/stuffed animals for Bank of AF to go to the Family Support and Treatment Center of Orem to give to Children in need.
  117. Andrew S Nelson, of Lehi, age 18. Improved and beautified park at 1500 W 700 S Lehi by removing sod and dirt along the Iron Fence and putting in shrubs and bushes with mulch, decorative rock and concrete edging.
  118. Jeffery “Chase” Armstrong, 18, Highland, did a youth sports camp as a fundraiser for the Road Home Shelter in Salt Lake. He explained. “I wanted to do something different than most Scouts and a large portion of my life has revolved around multiple sports, so I thought ‘Why not combine one of my favorite things in life with scouting?’ It was a real success. I was able to collect two pickup truck bed’s full of clothes, food and toys for the shelter, and then I got to go deliver them after the camp. It was really a great feeling seeing how much I was able to contribute by doing something that was fun for me and the kids who participated.”
  119. Hunter B. Clark, of American Fork, age 18. Printed and handed out 500 Child ID Kits and educated 200 parents on proper completion.
  120. Chase Armstrong

    Chase Armstrong

    J. Chase Armstrong, of Highland, age 18. Held a youth sports camp at the Road Home Shelter in Salt Lake. He explained:  “I wanted to do something different than most Scouts and a large portion of my life has revolved around multiple sports, so I thought ‘Why not combine one of my favorite things in life with scouting?’ It was a real success. I was able to collect two pickup truck bed’s full of clothes, food and toys for the shelter, and then I got to go deliver them after the camp. It was really a great feeling seeing how much I was able to contribute by doing something that was fun for me and the kids who participated.”

  121. Marvin J. Arevalo, of Lindon, age 17. Translated and produced emergency cards in Spanish for PG 3rd Ward.
  122. Brandon D VanSteeter, of Lehi, age 18. Restored a bike rack at an elementary school.
  123. Christian A Tanner, of Lehi, age 18. Raised and reset partially buried tombstones in Lehi City Cemetery.
  124. Cameron J Bass, of Lehi, age 15. Collected items of need for Primary Children’s Hospital, and made fleece blankets to add to project.
  125. Brandon D Goodrich, of Lehi, age 14. Sanded wood blocks and cutouts for distribution to sick children at Primary Children’s Hospital.
  126. Tanner S Munson, of Lehi, age 17. Painted curbs red for the Lehi Fire Department.
  127. Alexander T MacGillvray, of Lehi, age 13. Sanded, painted/stained and attached wheels to toy cars for distribution to under privileged children for Tiny Tim’s Foundation.
  128. Jarom S Hyde, of Lehi, age 13. Prepared, organized and painted signs in American Fork canyon for the fire service.
  129. Derek R Wilson, of Lindon, age 14. Conducted a firearms safety and education course for Lindon City.
  130. Kade M Rogers, of Lindon, age 18. Gathered and delivered school supplies to the Navajo reservation in Southern Utah.
  131. Michael W Sorensen, of Lindon, age 18. Built blocks for children to use to improve motor skills at UVRMC.
  132. Andrew H Greenwood, of Lindon, age 18. Replaced school logo on gym floor at Rock Canyon Elementary.
  133. Braden J Carlson, of Pleasant Grove, age 17. Placed weed barrier and gravel covering over the area surrounding Peterson Well.
  134. Sager C Walker, of Pleasant Grove, age 14. Replaced faulty pipe in Battle Creek canyon and rebuilt section of Trail.
  135. Jadon C Stevens, of Pleasant Grove, age 15. Built and assembled wooden toy cars for Tiny Tim’s Foundation for Kids.
  136. Tanner J Dansie, of Pleasant Grove, 17. Made bead animal kits and sun catcher kits for the children at Primary Children’s Hospital to make.
  137. Vitaliy W Golling, of Pleasant Grove, age 15. Restored trail due to flooding of stream for Pleasant Grove City.
  138. Blake M Lyons, of Pleasant Grove, age 18. Rebuilt and rerouted steep section of trail to “G” above Pleasant Grove City.
  139. Landen M Johnson, of Pleasant Grove, age 18. Pruned, cut and sprayed wild clematis from the mouth of Grove Creek Canyon.
  140. Easton D Degelbeck, of Pleasant Grove, age 15. Made assorted colored wood blocks for Kids on the Move.
  141. Taylor J Broadbent, of Pleasant Grove, age 15. Organized a neighborhood watch program for City of Pleasant Grove.
  142. Bryson D Butt, of Pleasant Grove, age 14. Made wooden blocks for play time at school for disabled children.
  143. Gabe J Hancock, of Pleasant Grove, age 13. Built and assembled wooden toys for a Haitian Donation project.
  144. Zachary R Carter, of Pleasant Grove, age 16. Ghost trail renewal along the foothills of Pleasant Grove City.
  145. Brandon A Griffin, of Pleasant Grove, age 15. Painted fire hydrants and curbs in front of fire hydrants bright red to help them to be visible to fire fighters.
  146. Robert S McShinsky, of Provo, age 16. Created packets of activities for patients and families at Utah Valley Hospital.
  147. McKay R Gordon, of Provo, age 17. Collected towels for a middle school fundraiser.
  148. Daines Wallace, of Saratoga Springs, age 18. Conducted an American Red Cross Blood drive which resulted in 60 blood donations.
  149. Taylor J Whited, of Saratoga Springs, age 18. Removed grass, weeds and rocks around base of trees, smoothed ground and laid down week guard, then landscaped area with new bark for Hidden Hollow Elementary.
  150. Baylor A Bateman, of Saratoga Springs, age 18. Collected materials and made 40 Easter baskets and other holiday items for Primary Children’s Med Center for a total of 752 items donated.
  151. Clay D Rose, of Saratoga Springs, age 18. Collected and delivered clothing, shoes and hygiene supplies for a Battered Women’s shelter of volunteers of America in Salt Lake City.
  152. Jeron W Lawrence, of Spanish Fork, age 17. Put together school kits that were sent to Peru by a team of medical students.
  153. Tyler James Smith, of Spanish Fork, age 18. Made 500 No-No arm bands for the program Operation Smile.
  154. McKay J Wood, of Spanish Fork, age 17. Collected supplies for the Family Support Center to give to the family and put new sod in the play area outside for the kids to play on.
  155. Spencer C Griffin, of Spanish Fork, age 13. Made 100 fleece blankets for Primary Children’s Hospital.
  156. Koby L Duncan, of Spanish Fork, age 18. Built a façade on the gun range and redesigned and reorganized the equipment containers for Springville Police Dept.
  157. Nicholas S Cooper, of Springville, age 16. Created 15 “fresh start moving kits” for at-risk youth aging out of the Juvenile Justice System.
  158. Levi A. Norman, of Eagle Mountain, age 18.  Project:  Collected toys, supplies and put 53ca1690e5e2a.preview-620together 100 puppet kits Primary Children’s Hospital. He said: “I chose the project because I have a lot of family and friends who have spent …time there, and I know just how meaningful a small gift can mean to them, especially if they make it their own and get to keep it after their whole experience is over. The kids there have gone through a lot …My hope is that they make the kit how they like it, and not how they’re told. I want them to take it to remember their time in the hospital with gratitude and spread it to others.”
  159. Benjamin Brown, American Fork, from Troop 1137 is age 18. He conceived his project last November when arsonists destroyed the San Juan High School library in Blanding. He collected more than 500 books and was able to donate 473 books to the High School the rest went to an elementary school there.
  160. Robert Houtz, troop  1063 Refurbished old flagpole area
  161. Justin Gillman, Troop 513 Purchased library books for below level students
  162. Grant Bischoff Troop 225 Made booster letters for 50 football players
  163. Tylan Southam, Troop 722 spent several hundred hours Installing landscaping barriers and gravel around church buildings
  164. Chad A Pollard, of Cedar Hills, age 16. Stained 3 kiosks and broke up fire rings for USFS.
  165. Michael V Johnson, of Cedar Hills, age 18. Assembled care kits for mothers in Peru thru Eagle Condor.
  166. Chase A Pollard, of Cedar Hills, age 16. Re-finished an info center at Cascade Springs for the USFS.
  167. Nathan S Jackman, of Cedar Hills, age 13. Built Lego Trays for Primary Children’s Medical Center.
  168. Mckay N Grant, of Cedar Hills, age 13. Installed a drinking fountain at the Family Support & Treatment Center.
  169. Preston K Harmon, of Cedar Hills, age 18. Made “new start kits” for men being released from Slate Canyon Detention Center.
  170. Hyrum F Jones, of Eagle Mountain, age 17. Organized a Community Health Fair with booths and speakers.
  171. Brecon T Peisley, of Eagle Mountain, age 17. Improved the Eagle Mountain Stake Center baseball field.
  172. Tanner T Dupaix, of Eagle Mountain, age 18. Built a geode display case for Hutchings Museum & hosted a woodworking tools class.
  173. Josue Avila, of Eagle Mountain, age 18. Made 170 surgical dolls for Primary Children’s Medical Center.
  174. Jonah B White, of Highland, age 16. Made adult bibs for the Charleston in Cedar Hills.
  175. Zachary S Peterson, of Lehi, age 15. Rebuilt the Rehab Stairmaster.
  176. Jaxon Christenson, 16, of Gunnison – 1645.  Drip system to trees and Gunnison BMX Bike course.
  177. Austin Sorensen, 17, of Gunnison  – 1645.  Installed benches, trash cans, and signs along the walkway at the Manti Heritage Park.
  178. Nicholas Lutes, 18, of Ephraim – 1646.  Constructed signs for the Forest Service to use for public notices or warnings at the mouth of Manti Canyon.
  179. Ethan Pierson, 16, of Ephraim – 1646.  Painted house numbers on curbs in the south east section of Ephraim – 200 homes, to help emergency vehicles find addresses. 
  180. Brandon Maylett, 15, of Manti – 542 – Repaired and painted the sexton shed at the Manti City Cemetery.
  181. Michael A Judson, of Cedar Hills, age 14. World-wide book drive.
  182. Kade D Goodman, of Lehi, age 13. Collected needed clothing, blankets and personal hygiene items for The Rad Home Shelter.
  183. Jasen M Fonnesbeck, of Lehi, age 18. Built fencing for Indian Ridge Conservancy District.
  184. Cameron C Jones, of Lehi, age 18. Managed a summer reading program and cleaned the books.
  185. Justin S Warnick, of Pleasant Grove, age 18. Trail maintenance with mats for PG City.
  186. Christian Jon Jorgensen, of Saratoga Springs, age 18. Made 100+ pairs of pajama pants for Primary Children’s Medical Center.
  187. Ethan H Peeler, of Saratoga Springs, age 14. Recycle bins and recycle information for Saratoga Springs.
  188. Preston L Stark, of Alpine, age 16. Made blankets for the Juvenile Justice Center.
  189. Austin R Wilson, of American Fork, age 17. Built a small animal habitat for the Great Basin Wildlife Refuge.
  190. W Connor Hoopes, of American Fork, age 18. Painted curbs for 15 fire hydrants for American Fork Fire Dept.
  191. Tanner J Eliason, of Highland, age 18. Organized a blood drive for the American Red Cross.
  192. Mason D Wright, of Highland, age 16. Organized a 5K for a food drive.
  193. David J Bunker, of Lindon, age 18. Organized the construction of a boat dock at Aspen Lakes Camp.
  194. Matthew T Watson, of Lindon, age 15. Collected needed items for Builders without Borders.
  195. Nathan A Didericksen, of Lindon, age 18. Made personal hygiene kits for Liahona Childrens Foundation.
  196. Preston Shipley, of Orem, age 17. Blood drive for the American Red Cross.
  197. Keaton B Carlson, of Orem, age 18. Made 20 blankets for Primary Childrens Medical Center.
  198. Mckay J Waite, of Orem, age 15. Collected metal, then made quilts for Primary Cildrens Med Center.
  199. Dallin A Jewkes, of Orem, age 16. Painted 50 fire hydrants and attached reflectors.
  200. Dane M Robertson, of Orem, age 17. Drinking fountain, park bench and 3 doggie bag dispensers for Northridge park.
  201. Joshua G Wiltbank, of Orem, age 18. Put safety bands around about 20 homes and info about Carbon Monoxide Standards.
  202. James K Cakir, of Orem, age 17. Made blocks and tanagrams with fabric bags for Help Me Grow.
  203. Russell M Karns, of Orem, age 18. Made 20 belongings bags for foster care.
  204. Jason A Golly, of Orem, age 16. Made 32 wooden puzzles for Giant Steps for Autistic children.
  205. Javier Muro, of Orem, age 18. Painted a room and hallway for Kids on the Move.
  206. Tyler E. Buckner, of Alpine, age 14. Built baseball shed for Lone Peak High School
  207. Nathan G. Rasmussen, of American Fork, age 18. Made 100 fairy and magic wands for children at the hospital.
  208. Harrison N. Webber, of Cedar Hills, age 15. Installed flag pole at Senior Living Center.
  209. Ethan Hauer building shelves for Saratoga Springs Public Library

    Ethan Hauer building shelves for Saratoga Springs Public Library

    Ethan Hauer, of Saratoga Springs, age 13, from Troop 1021. Project: built three large custom fit bookshelves for the Saratoga Springs City library. The shelves provided space for nearly a 1,000 more books in this small, new facility.

  210. Andrew M. Burnside, of Lehi, age 14. Project: Bear cages for Great Basin Wildlife.
  211. Dakota D. Green, of Provo, age 18. Compiled childrens art packets for use in hospitals for patients under the age of 12.
  212. Jonathan B. Nelson, of Provo, age 16. Photographed more than 1,800 headstones in the Ferron City Cemetery and indexed the information.
  213. Abraham W. Ogles, of Provo, age 16. Organized groups and collected 450 books for Amelia Earhart Elementary for children to take home and keep to increase reading skills.
  214. Stephen Tovar, of Provo, age 18. Built steps for elementary students to reach the interactive smart boards.
  215. Forrest D. Pincock, of Pleasant Grove, age 17. Collected Donations of Life sustaining Supplies for the womens and children in Crisis Center.
  216. Jordan B. Wood, of Eagle Mountain, age 14. Wood designed and built mobile cannets for Frontier Middle School percussion instruments.
  217. To learn more about Ben's project, click on the image above

    To learn more about Ben Pratt’s project, click on the image above

    Ben Pratt,  of Cedar City, was 13 years old when he earned his Eagle. He is still active in Scouting at age 15 in Team 0377. Project: collected clothing and created food and supply boxes to donate to families in Puerto Penasco, Mexico.

  218. Byron R. Carter, of Eagle Mountain, age 16. Carter worked on cribbing for Draper City emergency response teams.
  219. Dakota M. Dickerson, of Lehi, age 18. Dickerson designed, built and installed eight buddy benches for Alpine School District.
  220. Dallin K. Stevens, of Orem, age 14. Stevens planted willow branches for erosion prevention and fish habitat.
  221. Kevin S. Vander Werff Jr., of Orem, age 18. Wander Werff made 75 bean bags and matching stuffed bags for Kids on the Move.
  222. Gehrig R. Stoddard, of Orem, age 16. Stoddard built a display case for Scera Park Elementary School.
  223. Nathan D. Hawkins, of Orem, age 16. Hawkins constructed 10 dog beds for West Valley Animal Shelter.
  224. Aaron A. Campbell, of Orem, age 15. Campbell conducted a food drive and collection boxes with contests for Dan Peterson School.
  225. Brian N. Hadlock, of Saratoga Springs, age 17. Hadlock collected, sorted and organized 909 clothing items for The Road Home Shelter.
  226. Jake L. Monsen, of Spanish Fork, age 18. Monsen worked on school kits for the Behavior Unit at PCMC.
  227. Theodore L. Nemelka, of Springville, age 17. Memelka’s project consisted of Woodturning Symposium Display boxes.
  228. Duncan Foster has been accepted to the University of Utah, and planning and LDS Mission. His plans include a degree in Mathematics and Aerospace Engineering at the Virginia Polytechnic Institute. He hopes to enter the military service as an Officer in the United States Navy.

    Duncan Foster has been accepted to the University of Utah, and planning and LDS Mission. His plans include a degree in Mathematics and Aerospace Engineering at the Virginia Polytechnic Institute. He hopes to enter the military service as an Officer in the United States Navy.

    Duncan Foster, of Crew 1284, age18. Project:  made memoir boxes for deceased patients in the hospital, specifically newborns, to help the bereavement counselor guide families through the difficult times. In total, more than 75 boxes that will be used to maintain a special memory of a child, were constructed.

  229. Joshua H. Brazell, of Pleasant Grove, age 17. Book project for Mt. Mahogany Elementary Library.
  230. Braeden T. Bagley, of Highland, age 18. Project: Entrance sign for west entrance to Koosharem.
  231. Conner A. Bartlett, of Highland, age 17. Made 58 capes for patients at Primary Childrens Hospital.
  232. Corbin R. Weber, of Highland, age 14. Constructed a trail about 5′ wide and a half mile long for Draper City Trails.
  233. Connor S. Jensen, of Highland, age 17. Earned money with carwash to build wood and steel shelving units for the Food Bank and spent several hours at Food Bank serving.
  234. Joshua M. Carson, of American Fork, age 18. Made 12 quilts for Eyes 4 Zimbabwe.
  235. Payten C. Jensen, of Lehi, age 14. Made 175 poison control kits and held an instructional meeting on poison control awareness.
  236. Curtis A. Van Ausdal, of American Fork, age 15. Cut and placed foam on shelf backs for AF Library.
  237. Cody L. Barney, of American Fork, age 17. Painted 40 curbs to mark fire hydrants for AF City.
  238. Parker D. Mansfield, son of Paul and Kerry Mansfield, age 17 of Troop 992 sponsored by Hillcrest 1st LDS Ward in American Fork— project was constructing apartment starter kits.
  239.  McKay D. Strong, son of Paul and Shauna Strong, age 18 of Troop 1151, American Fork Orchard Hills LDS Ward. Service project was tree rings and erecting the sign at Quail Cove Park in American Fork.
    Parker D. Mansfield, McKay D. Strong, Tyler S. McBride, and Parker W. Williams all received their awards in a special Court-of-Honor held on February 16, 2014

    Parker D. Mansfield, McKay D. Strong, Tyler S. McBride, and Parker W. Williams all received their awards in a special Court-of-Honor held on February 16, 2014

  240. Tyler S. McBride age 17 of Troop 1151, American Fork Orchard Hills LDS Ward, son of Jeremy and Angie McBride.  Service project was constructing First Aid and Trauma kits.
  241. Parker W. Williams age 16 of Troop 1151, American Fork Orchard Hills LDS Ward, son of Caleb and LeAnne Williams. Service project was working on fire prevention at Timpanogos Cave National Monument.
  242. Kendal CarterKendall Carter, is 18 years old and is from Cedar City UT. Project: created three sitting areas near the Cedar High School soccer fields complete with trees, benches and new concrete skirts.
  243. Porter D. Edwards, of Alpine, age 18, did landscaping project for Alpine City.
  244. Cole A. Jesperson, of Orem, age .Mapped, GPS’d then catalogued Orem City gravesites.
  245. Michael J Duckworth, of Orem, age 18. Led his DS Stake in making bandages and hygiene kits for more than 300 families.
  246. Hunter G Palmer, of Orem, age 18. Created an emergency preparedness storage room at a church with shelving and storage items.
  247. Austin D Nelson, of Springville, age 18. Kidney screening done thru Kidney Early Evaluation Program.
  248. Christopher D Fitzgerald, of Springville, age 16. Reading program for Springville Summer Reading Program.
  249. Bronson E Bartholomew, of Springville, age 17. Clothing drive for local nonprofit Outreach Program.
  250. Brandon D Holden, of Provo, age 18. Organized a financial preparedness workshop.
  251. AndersonAlan Anderson of Enoch carried out a book drive to donate to the schools in Moore,Oklahoma following the loss of schools and homes there.
  252. Joshua T Britsch, of Pleasant Grove, age 15. Replaced gravelunder bleachers at Pleasant Grove Jr High School.
  253. Kevin O Hillyard, of Lindon, age 14. Made and donated quilts to the primary childrens hospital.
  254. Gavin S Smith, of Lehi, age 16. Constructed posts and put up mile markers for every half mile and mile on Jordan River Parkway.
  255. Kyson A Barlow, of Eagle Mountain, age 18. Promoted the importance of organ and tissue donations by having a donor awareness campaign, sign up meetig, and speaker presentation on organ and tissue donations.
  256. Brennan J Newkirk, of Cedar Fort, age 18. Put together 50 kits for Serving with Smiles school dupplies, hygiene Supplies, and extras including candy, toys, handmade beaded geckos, and photo of youth group making the kits.
  257. Gunnar Huscroft, of Saratoga Springs, age 17. Cleaned and labled the folding chairs in the Centennial Building, Saratoga Springs Stake about 200 chairs.
  258. Jeremy D Peterson, of Saratoga Springs, age 18. Collected 102 pairs of shoes for one world running to send to Haiti.
  259. Nathan K Smith, of Lehi, age 18. Made 3 wood podiums with wheelchair access and rails, and a special backdrop for Just for Kids Special Olympics, which can be broken down and stored after each use.
  260. Preston J Higgins, of Lehi, age 18. Created a tribute to Hester Rippy, founder of the literacy center. Project included four frames, clothing and books.
  261. Christian J Winward, of Lehi, age 17. Made 10 large beds and spent time with volunteers helping at the animal shelter.
  262. Tyson B Doman, of Alpine, age 16. Repainted the red fire lines on curbs to bix chips and faded paint.
  263. Drake W Foltz, of American Fork, age 18. Made Library Carrels.
  264. Parker S Winterton, of Provo, age 16. Cleaned off the Provo airport landing lights and glued on golf tees to prevent birds from landing on them.
  265. Ashton S Wiersdorf, of Pleasant Grove, age 17. Organized the collection of some basic necessitites and donated the items to the local Baptist community for the relief of the poor.
  266. Roberto A Elguera, of Provo, age 18. Reading books were gathered, sorted and delivered to a local Head Start pre school facility.
  267. Tanner E Davies, of Lehi, age 17. Collected and cleaned glasses to go to South Africa.
  268. Todd Stout, of Lehi, age 18. Built a cabinet with shelves for the Lehi Hutchings Museum.
  269. Andrew R Brunt, of Lehi, age 14. Creat ID kits for the Lehi Police Dept.
  270. Trevor J Nielsen, of Lehi, age 18. Built a display for the Lehi historical Society at Hutchings Museum.
  271. Cayman R Barber, of Lehi, age 14. Made Easter baskets for Primary Childrens Medical Center.
  272. Jensen Caldwell, of Lehi, age 13. Made backboards for Community CERT team.
  273. Collin Lee Smith, of American Fork, age 17. Project: survival materials in buckets for Foundations for Home for Haiti.
  274. Jeffrey T Buhler, of American Fork, age 14. Constructed crosswalk flags and holders for 4 intersections at three elementary schools.
  275. Benjamin B Busto, of American Fork, age 17. House numbbers on curbs for American Fork City.
  276. Lake T Greenwood, of American Fork, age 17. Made 95 fleece blankets for Serving with Smiles.
  277. Jonathon C Van Ausdal, of American Fork, age 15. Sanded and painted 12 picnic tables at the Rotary Park in American Fork.
  278. Jacob B Cahoon, of Highland, age 13. Project: Clothing and cookies for Service Legacy Foundation.
  279. Merek C Goodrich, of Orem, age 17. Collected over 1100 books for the Cherry Hill School Library.
  280. Garrett H Hickman, of Payson, age 16. Blood drive for American Red Cross.
  281. Matthew J Neubert, of Payson, age 16. Refinished and relocated a sign for the Kiwanis Club.
  282. Ty C Petty, of Payson, age 13. Peteetneet Dance Studio Floor and Cabinet.
  283. Dexter J Ellis, of Provo, age 13. Organized, cataloged and labeled a classroom library.
  284. Kaden P Osborn, of Provo, age 15. Project for Tiny Tim’s Foundation.
  285. Derek L Warren, of Salem, age 17. Built slant boards for Alpine School District.
  286. Devan M Hone, of Salem, age 17. Built a Bobcat Jungle Gym and did landscaping for the Wild Wonders Animal Refuge.
  287. Kyle L Hone, of Salem, age 16. Built a barrier fence at Wild Wonders Animal Refuge.
  288. Wyatt B McDaniel, of Santaquin, age 18. Painted tables for Santaquin City.
  289. Garrett J Ellsworth, of Santaquin, age 14. Collected summer clothing and school supplies for Christmas Box International.
  290. Nicholas L Nadauld, of Springville, age 18. Made more than 200 rice bags and 30 care packages for the Utah Cancer Specialists.
  291. Mark J Dressman, of Cedar Hills, age 18. Built bookshelves for United Way.The list goes on and on, these are just some of the most recent for the last twelve months.

When planning your project, use the Eagle Scout Service Project Workbook, BSA publication No. 512-927, in meeting this requirement. To learn more about the Eagle Scout service project refer to the Guide to Advancement, topics 9.0.2.0 through 9.0.2.15.

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Author: Darryl Alder | Director of Strategic Initiatives, Utah National Parks 
Council, BSA

 

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5 thoughts on “Hundreds of Eagle Project Ideas

  1. Francis

    This is an awesome list. My son has been trying to come up with ideas for his Eagle project and maybe this will get the thought process going. Thanks!

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  2. Kevin HuntKevin Hunt

    Absolutely fabulous list. I just sent this out to Scouts and families in our area in Mesa, Arizona. I hope that it will get their creative juices going to do their projects. Thanks for this list. It was amazing and wonderful. Thanks, Darryl!

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