Troop 200 Eagle Resources

Troop 200 has a proud history of producing Scouts who achieve Scouting's highest rank. Below you'll find resources you can use on your own trail to Eagle, including a listing of the projects completed by Troop Eagle Scouts in the past. Use them for inspiration for your own projects and to see what great things a Scout can accomplish.

For a listing of Troop 200 Scouts who have attained Scouting's highest rank, see our Troop 200 Eagle Hall of Fame page.

Trail to Eagle Forms and Links

Troop 200 Completed Eagle Projects

  • Tristan Peer
    • Built two benches and 18 stools for Bakers Treat in Flemington, New Jersey.
  • Matt Lawrence
    • Trail at Jugtown Mountain Park.
  • Randy Kuhar
    • Built an amphitheatre at Voorhees High School Farm House.
  • Brian Tighe
    • I constructed a trail and stations for little children at the Hunterdon Arboretum.
  • Adam Moleta
    • Beautification of the Union Township Municipal Building.
  • Ryan P. Drumm
    • I cleared a vista of an invasive species of tree at Spruce Run Reservoir and planted new trees to replace the ones cut down.
  • Thomas H. Lawrence
    • I built 15 wood duck boxes. I put them up in four different county parks.
  • Stephen Farmer
    • My Eagle Project involved drumming up donors for a blood drive I set up for the American Red Cross at the Hunterdon Medical Center.
  • Patrick Kennedy
    • My Eagle Scout Project was to build an herb sensory garden for the Hunterdon Developmental Center. Fox Lumber helped donate the materials. The garden was a small part of a bigger garden for the residents there.
  • Michael LaSpada
    • My project is still in Annandale to this day. We went to the Hall of Records and researched the original owner and date the historical houses were built. I believe there were around 50 plaques.

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