Eagle Scout of the Year wins Middle Tennessee Council again

CLARKSVILLE, TN – The National Eagle Scout Association has established the Glenn A. and Melinda W. Adams National Eagle Scout Service Project of the Year Award to recognize valuable service of an exceptional nature by a Scout to a religious institution, school, community community or other entity.

The award recognizes the Scout for their Eagle Scout service project, which is part of the requirements for earning the Eagle Scout award. Each local council NESA committee will select a Service Project of the Year from among those that meet the submission guidelines.

Taylor Bell was selected by the Middle Tennessee Council, and from this pool, each National Service Territory (NST) would choose an NST-level winner.

Taylor received her Eagle Scout rank on February 8, 2021 as a member of the 2019 BSA Scout Troop and Crew 197. For her Eagle Scout project, she designed and built a K-9 obstacle course for Rutherford County Sheriff’s Office. Taylor’s Troop 2019 is a member of the Middle Tennessee Council’s Trail of Tears District. She is also president of the members of the Wa-Hi-Nasa order of the Arrow Lodge.

American Legion Eagle Scout of the Year, Taylor Bell, won the Best Eagle Scout Project award for BSA Territory 14, which includes five states and 19 BSA councils. A national winner will then be selected from the 16 NST finalists.

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