GEC, Indian Trails District, Cache to Eagle #1
In Wisconsin, United States
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Reaching the rank of Eagle Scout in the Boy Scouts of America requires years of dedication and hard work. In addition to 21 required merit badges, each Scout must complete a project that — on average — requires 167 service hours. In 2008 alone, that translated to $16 million in service (based on the national volunteer hour value of $19.51).
This cache is part of a nationwide geocaching series called "Cache to Eagle" that showcases these special contributions.
Located in the Robert O Cook Memorial Arboretum.There are many eagle projects in this park. Explore this park and you will notice benches, information markers and trails. These are just some of the projects.
Over its first 100 years, Scouting has provided millions of hours of service to communities across America. For our 100th Anniversary, we’re celebrating that legacy with special service opportunities through "A Year of Celebration, A Century of Making a Difference." You can join us, and even earn a commemorative patch! Visit Scouting.org/100years to learn more.
To earn the Cache to Eagle Patch(while supply lasts) send me the date of when you found all 6 GEC cache to Eagle caches along with your address. I will conform your loggs and send you your patch. Only one patch per team Please.
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Last Updated: on 6/8/2015 2:36:30 PM Pacific Daylight Time (9:36 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum