When a young boy finishes the five-year gauntlet of leadership and service to become an Eagle Scout, he is on the path to becoming an honorable man.
Join the Utah National Parks Council, Boy Scouts of America as we recognize our Eagle Scouts at A Celebration of Eagles, July 3, 2014 in the Utah Valley University, UCCU Events Center at 7:00 p.m. Tickets are $10 per person with a 20% discount for groups of 5 or more. Visit our website to purchase tickets www.utahscouts.org/eagles2014.
As a part of the Freedom Festival, this exciting celebration will feature entertainment by Tanner James from “The Voice”, The Nashville Tribute Band, and the Mormon Tabernacle Choir Men’s Quartet. Everyone is invited to this exciting and memorable evening to celebrate Eagle Scouts.
Come celebrate what it means to become an Eagle Scout as we recognize Distinguished Eagle Scouts Chad Lewis, former NFL football player, Ron Mika, venture capitalist, Milton Lee, BYU professor and inventor, and Dee Walker, nuclear scientist. We will also recognize a group of Outstanding Eagle Scouts for their local contributions.
Research proves the Eagle Scout Award plants the seeds of greatness in our boys. Eagle Scouts are more likely to fulfill successful missions, graduate from college and stay faithful to their religion. Help us in honoring their time and commitment to this noble endeavor.
Week of Service
Prior to the event there will be a week of service where Scouts, families and friends of Scouts can serve their communities.
Additionally there is an essay contest open to all Scouts with some great prizes for the winners. Please pass this info along to your Scouts so they can enter the essay contest.
Learn more about the week of service and the essay contest at www.utahscouts.org/eagles2014