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Eagle Review Board

DATE: Second Wednesday of the Month

LOCATION: First Methodist Church - 200 FM517 Road West - Dickinson, Texas 77539

TIME: Please contact the Advancement Committee listed below for scheduling:

CONTACT: Tommy Toups, Eagle Board Chairman -- toupst@hotmail.com  or 409-948-4650

Perry Minor, 409-795-4731.

Edgar Lee, 281-507-2761.

Eagle Project approvals are also available on the First Thursday of the month at Faith Lutheran Church, 800 FM 517 Rd East, Dickinson, TX 77539.

Congratulations to all the Boy Scouts who are achieving the highest rank of Eagle. Coastal District Eagle Board of Reviews and Eagle Project Approvals are scheduled by appointment only. Scouts, please schedule your appointment one month prior. Do not try to schedule days before.


Unlike merit badges, modifications to rank requirements become effective immediately upon release from the National Council. If you have not yet had your Board of Review for one of the above ranks, you must meet the new/changed requirements.


Starting in Summer 2013, when the Sustainability merit badge becomes available, those working toward the Eagle Scout rank may choose to earn either the Sustainability merit badge OR the Environmental Science merit badge. Earning one or the other merit badge will be required. Scouts who have already earned Environmental Science may also earn Sustainability, but only one of the two merit badges will count as “Eagle-required.” The other may count as an elective merit badge necessary to reach the total of 21 required merit badges. 


Effective Jan. 1, 2014, the Cooking merit badge will be required to obtain the Eagle Scout rank. Regardless of when a Scout earned the Life rank or began working toward Eagle, unless he fulfills all the rank requirements—with the exception of his board of review—before Jan. 1, 2014, he must earn the Cooking merit badge to become an Eagle Scout.