Boy Scout soars far beyond the Eagle Rank

on April 4, 2007 in Advancement, Eagle

Here is a great story from MSNBC that you should read. It features Boy Scout, James Calderwood, who has attained all 122 merit badges. When only two to four percent of all Scouts ever reach the rank of Eagle Scout, finding a Boy Scout who attains all the merit badges is a rare thing indeed. You can read the article at:
http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/17902427/
(The picture is from the MSNBC article.)

Update – The article has been removed from the website.

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    5 Responses to “Boy Scout soars far beyond the Eagle Rank”

    1. lone star scouter says:

      My Mom read about him in the paper and called me. All I can say is WOW !!

    2. Anonymous says:

      That article has since expired. It said that it might be available at the Washington Post website, but it's not.

    3. [...] tipo de premios no deja de ser algo parecido a las medallas que otorgan en los boyscouts (tópico americano), pero aplicado a personas adultas, lo que acaba produciendo algunas situaciones [...]

    4. jason says:

      if you earned a little over 20 merit badges a year(at age 12) you could have all by the time you are 18

    5. nasiraan scouts says:

      since i have joined the scouts i have learned a million of things.ebing a scout i should prefer peoples to get joins scouts.that’s all by me off scouts.hats off to them in pakistan.

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