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Gathering of Eagles (GOE)
NCAC's Eagle Alumni Organization
GOE is the official local committee for National Eagle Scout Association (NESA). Our aims are simple:
Click here to register to Join Gathering of Eagles and connect with other local Eagle Scouts.The greater metropolitan D.C. region is a transient city and GOE is a fun way to interact, meet and stay connected with other Eagles in the area. Whether you are a recent Eagle, a veteran, inside the Beltway or as far away as you can get, join us to connect and keep informed about local Eagle events, network gatherings, new GOE gear (patches, etc.), service and award opportunities, and much more!
2014 Gathering of Eagles Event Calendar
A great way to connect with local Eagles and Scouting is to volunteer! Email our Volunteer Coordinator, Justin Cole, at Justin.Cole@icfi.com to learn about upcoming volunteer opportunities or send ideas about new volunteer projects you think Eagles should do!
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Do You Know an Outstanding Eagle?
For more information, go to the NOESA Page.
Every year, the National Eagle Scout Association (NESA) recognizes outstanding Eagles across America with the NESA Outstanding Eagle Scout Award (NOESA). This prestigious recognition is for Eagle Scouts who have demonstrated outstanding achievement in their profession, avocation and community - having notable achievements both inside and outside of Scouting. While the selection of NOESA recipients is a local Council function, the nominees and reason for granting their recognition is confirmed by NESA. Council's approval is submitted by the Council NESA Committee Chairman - in the National Capital Area Council (NCAC) Gathering of Eagles (GOE) - as well as the Council President and Council Scout Executive.
2014 NOESA nominations must be received by COB Monday, November 3, 2014.
Glenn and Melinda Adams Award
Each year, the Council District Eagle Board Chairs nominate outstanding Eagle Scout Projects for consideration of the Glenn A. and Melinda W. Adams Eagle Scout Project of the Year Award (“Adams Award”). Eagles Scouts from around the country are recognized annually at the council, regional, and national levels. In 2011, Pete S., from Arlington, Virginia won the council's first award with his project “Don’t be a bully, be a friend.” The Adams Award includes a framed certificate (provided by NESA), a bronze Adams Award device, and a cash scholarship of $500 for future educational purposes or to attend a national or international Scouting event or facility.
Be sure to register and keep your profile updated with NESA, click here.
Local Eagle Scout and Defense Secretary Robert Gates Talks Scouting