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About ajpuleo

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  1. Sorry Sentinel, although we don't have a specific eagle adviser, my scoutmaster has been working on this with me. To be honest, I think I knew that it was too expensive but was too embarrassed to ask him.
  2. Thank you all for your quick replies, you've been very helpful in waking me up. $750,000 is a lot of money. The project would just be fundraising non stop and then paying someone else to do it. I read all your replies and forgot to respond, but I've been out searching for a project today (finding mostly dead ends), but I just got a great lead! The project is for a church. The man I talked with says that his youth group was going to build a garden for parents who had lost children, but none of the kids stepped up and actually made plans for it. He said they have the funds for it sitting around
  3. Well I had the idea of installing AstroTurf on the football field at my high school. At the beginning of the year the middle school that feeds into our high school got a new field so I thought it may not be too difficult or expensive. However, looking at details on one website, the price is averaged at $750,000...
  4. Hello all. I'm new to the forums, but I found these in hopes that I could get some council concerning my eagle scout project. The main question right now is funding. So here goes. How much can one reasonably expect to fund raise for an Eagle Scout Service Project? What might be considered as too expensive? Thank you all in advance, I hope that this will become a helpful resource for me.
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