Eagle Scout Projects
Scouting was founded on the principal of service to others.  An Eagle project requires the Scout to plan, organize, lead and manage a project to benefit a community organization.
Past Projects
  • Monument honoring active duty police
  • Installed a wooden hand railing in the outdoor picnic area of at SHIP - Samaritan Homeless Interim Program

  • Personal care items for SHIP - Samaritan Homeless Interim Program

  • Refurbished handicapped ramp at the Millstone Municipal Building

  • Refurbished and installed Stations of the Cross at St. Matthias Church 

  • Installed a bocce court for Brookdale Assisted Living

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  • Refurbished the landscape outside of the Manville-Hillsborough Elks Lodge

  • Planted at Mary Mother of God Church parking lot

  • Refurbished the play area for Mary Mother of God Church Preschool 

  • Repaired roof at the Oak Springs Environmental Center scout store

  • Landscaping at Hillsborough Middle School

  • Built patio and garden around the 9/11 Memorial at Fire Department on Rt. 206

  • Built shelving for the athletic department of Hillsborough High School

  • Built nest for native bees for Duke Farms

  • Built cement benches for St. Joseph Church in Millstone, NJ

  • Planted trees and prepared picnic tables area in front of Manville High School

  • Built a bird blind for Auten Road Intermediate School

  • Refurbished the walkway at Old Dutch Parsonage State Park

  • Built duck boxes for Ann Van Middlesworth Park

  • Replanted the garden area around the flag pole at Woodfern School

  • Made a memorial and garden at the field by Woodfern School

  • Built a large sundial at Sunnymead Elementary School and created a program to teach the students to use it

  • Collected 75 old U.S. flags, and held a day long flag retirement ceremony

  • Planted trees and landscaping at Auten Road Intermediate School

  • Collected and donated used books to senior center  

  • Built a nature trail at a church retreat in Frenchtown