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Eagle Scout Programs

The Sacramento Chapter recognizes Eagle Scouts through "SAR Certificates of Recognition" at BSA Courts of Honor and also participates in the CASSAR and the NSSAR Eagle Scout Scholarship Program.

For many years the SAR has recognized the many common bonds of purpose and principles shared by the SAR and the Boy Scouts of America.

Young men achieving the rank of Eagle Scout have demonstrated their belief in these common principles.  For this reason, the SAR believes that Eagle Scouts are deserving of special recognition for their dedication and accomplishment.

There are two elements to this recognition.  First, there is a recognition of all new Eagle Scouts.  This does not depend on any later decision by the new Eagle Scout about whether to compete for the scholarships available, or not.  It merely requires someone in the scout troop adult leadership to send a request for the SAR Eagle Scout Recognition Certificate.

 

 
Eagle Scout Recognition Certificate
 
 
SAR Eagle Scout Recognition Certificate.
 

 

The Sacramento Chapter Eagle Scout Recognition Program is available to award or provide Certificates of Recognition to all Sacramento Area Eagle Scouts, either annually or upon specific request, and usually in advance of an Eagle Scout Court of Honor.  Requests for certificates should be directed to:

Contact:
Chairman, Eagle Scout Program
Sons of the American Revolution
PO Box 6664
Folsom, CA 95763-6664

Email: Chairman, Eagle Scout Program

The request should be made at least thirty (30) days prior to the date of the Court of Honor ceremony.

The following info must be included in the request (preferably in a list format, in the same order as below - to facilitate processing):

  • Eagle Scout's name as it should appear on the certificate;
  • Date of the Court of Honor (if known);
  • BSA Council & District;
  • Troop Number;
  • Troop Location (city & county);
  • Sponsoring Organization;
  • Adult Leader Position in the Troop of the person making the request;
  • To whom, & the address, the certificate should be mailed; and,
  • Local VASSAR chapter (if known).

[Note:  The above info on requesting a SAR Recognition Certificate is only for those Eagle Scouts and Scout Troops, that are located in the greater Sacramento area.  Those that are located in other areas should contact the Eagle Scout Chairman for the California Socitey SAR. You can find that person by visiting the state contact page on the National Society site located at:   SAR Eagle Scout Web page.]

Again, congratulations to you on attaining the Eagle Scout rank. We extend our best wishes for continued success in all your future endeavors.

Contact:
Chairman, Eagle Scout Program
Sons of the American Revolution
PO Box 6664
Folsom, CA 95763-6664

Email: Chairman, Eagle Scout Program

Zachary Kazee, Eagle Scout Russ Kaiser, Commander, Sacramento Chapter Color Guard; Zachary Kazee, Eagle Scout; family and friends
Zachary Kazee Eagle Scout Court of Honor
March 22, 2015

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Mail to: SAR Sacramento Chapter, P.O. Box 6664, Folsom, CA 95763-6664 or, eMail us at:
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Last Updated: 16 Aug 2018
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