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Potential Eagle Scout Service Projects

If you are from an organization within the San Diego or Imperial Counties and wish to register a potential Eagle Scout Service Project for consideration by an Eagle Scout candidate, you an do so here.

This page lists potential Eagle Scout Service Projects, submitted by local organizations. You should reach out to the listed contact person to make sure that you understand what the benefactor is expecting for the end result, and whether the project is one that you believe that you can complete before any indicated deadline. Before embarking on any of the listed projects, you should consult with your Eagle Project Counselor for appropriateness of the project. Every attempt is made to list only projects that are appropriate as Eagle Scout Service Projects, but just because a potential project is listed here should not be construed as the project being appropriate.

La Mesa Community Center Lookout Restoration
A large clearing at the top of a trail at the La Mesa Community Center is in need of restoration. It is overgrown with bushes, weeds, and small trees that need to be removed so the clearing can fully be enjoyed after the small hike up to it. This clearing would be covered in mulch provided by the park and then lined with rocks from the site to show where the trail is. There is a small rock wall that is used as a bench for the lookout that is also in need of repair. The wall would have the rocks provided by the park while the mortar would require personal funding. The final step would be to create signs for the site made of wood and also showing the Eagle Scouts that participated in making the three different parts of the trail.
Funding Required: Yes
Deadline: 2018-01-01

Organization:
Tanner Steven Sperry
2418 Geyer Lane
Alpine 91901

Contact:
Tanner Steven Sperry
6194162869
rocke2rex@gmail.com

La Mesa Community Center Lookout Restoration
A large clearing at the top of a trail at the La Mesa Community Center is in need of restoration. It is overgrown with bushes, weeds, and small trees that need to be removed so the clearing can fully be enjoyed after the small hike up to it. This clearing would be covered in mulch provided by the park and then lined with rocks from the site to show where the trail is. There is a small rock wall that is used as a bench for the lookout that is also in need of repair. The wall would have the rocks provided by the park while the mortar would require personal funding. The final step would be to create signs for the site made of wood and also showing the Eagle Scouts that participated in making the three different parts of the trail.
Funding Required: Yes
Deadline: 2018-01-01

Organization:
Tanner Steven Sperry
2418 Geyer Lane
Alpine 91901

Contact:
Tanner Steven Sperry
6194162869
rocke2rex@gmail.com

Various Projects
The City of La Mesa has a number of projects available including: park trail markers and trail construction.
Funding Required: Yes
Deadline: Ongoing

Organization:
City of La Mesa
8152 Commercial Street
La Mesa 91942

Contact:
Sharon Flack, Parks Maintenance Lead Worker
619-667-1477
sflack@ci.la-mesa.ca.us

Basketball Hoop and Recycling Bin Installation at Lemon Grove Park
Work with Public Works staff to remove existing basketball backboards and poles and install two new basketball systems. Install new recycling bins at various locations throughout the park.
Funding Required: No
Deadline: TBD

Organization:
City of Lemon Grove
3232 Main Street
Lemon Grove 91945

Contact:
Dave Huey
619-825-3816
dhuey@lemongrove.ca.gov

Creek Clean-Up
Organize a clean-up project on one or more branches of Chollas Creek. This includes removal of trash and debris.
Funding Required: No
Deadline: none

Organization:
City of Lemon Grove
3232 Main Street
Lemon Grove 91945

Contact:
Dave Huey
619-825-3816
dhuey@lemongrove.ca.gov

Fire Station Landscaping
Working with Fire Department staff, design a xeriscape replacement of grass front yard at the City’s Fire Station and implement new landscape plan.
Funding Required: Yes
Deadline: None

Organization:
City of Lemon Grove
3232 Main Street
Lemon Grove 91945

Contact:
Dave Huey
619-825-3816
dhuey@lemongrove.ca.gov

Invasive Plant Removal from Creek
Organize the removal of designated invasive plants in one or more branches of Chollas Creek.
Funding Required: No
Deadline: None

Organization:
City of Lemon Grove
3232 Main Street
Lemon Grove 91945

Contact:
Dave Huey
619-825-3816
dhuey@lemongrove.ca.gov

Nail/Staple Removal from Utility Poles
Remove nails and staples from wood utility poles throughout the City.
Funding Required: No
Deadline: None

Organization:
City of Lemon Grove
3232 Main Street
Lemon Grove 91945

Contact:
Dave Huey
619-825-3816
dhuey@lemongrove.ca.gov

Senior Center Painting Project
Paint the interior of the Senior Center and small round room.
Funding Required: No
Deadline: TBD

Organization:
City of Lemon Grove
3232 Main Street
Lemon Grove 91945

Contact:
Dave Huey
619-825-3816
dhuey@lemongrove.ca.gov

Pushing Carts
Stelzer Park is in need of a pushing carts to be used by boy and girl scouts, when they camp here at the park. We need two to be made of wood, one for the scouts and one for the school groups. It should be able to hold 300 pounds.
Funding Required: Yes
Deadline: None

Organization:
Stelzer Park (County of San Diego)
11470 Wildcat Canyon Rd.
Lakeside 92040

Contact:
Londa Haycook
619-561-0580
linda.haycook@sdcounty.ca.gov

Wounded Warrior Battalion Surfboard Rack
A surfboard rack that can hold from 15-20 surfboards. The rack will be modeled similarly to the one already at WWBn. It will be made out of wood with the WWBn and Varsity Team 714 emblems on it. The WWBn is in need of another rack and Max Taylor has offered to make one for his Eagle Project.
Funding Required: Yes
Deadline: None stated

Organization:
Max Taylor VarsityTeam 714 Oceanside 2nd Ward LDS Church
262 Rancho Del Oro Drive, Apt # 75
Oceanside 92057

Contact:
Jeff Stanford
703-483-5643
stanfordjp@verizon.net

Bookshelf Chair
Its a bookshelf! Its a chair! Its a bookshelf chair! Not only is it a way to save space and store books, you can also sit and read or relax in the all around cushion! Wait! Theres more! Not only is it just a bookshelf chair, but there is also a bookshelf footrest! Plus, the amazing two-peice wonder will be gleefully donated to the awesome school, Nichols Elementary.
Funding Required: Yes
Deadline: June 25th 2017

Organization:
Nichols Elementry
4250 Old Grove Rd.
Oceanside 92057

Contact:
Antonio Cayler
7604728536
acayler1@gmail.com

Garden Project
We'd love help with our school's garden - it needs a little TLC. Create a walking path and an enclosed raised bed garden area. Current garden was created with a grant 7 years ago and is showing signs of wear. We visited Turtleback Elementary school, where they have had multi-year Eagle Scout projects that have created a beautiful garden space. Very proud of those Eagle Scouts and would love to have a little pride in our garden!
Funding Required: Yes
Deadline: No real deadline

Organization:
Highland Ranch Elementary School
14840 Waverly Downs Way
San Diego 92128

Contact:
Cindy Venolia
8586744707
cvenolia@powayusd.com

Pest Proof Garden Beds
We would like to add onto our established garden beds in order to make them pest proof and also aesthetically pleasing. We have seen similar work done at some local elementary schools that was also done by Eagle Scouts. Woodwork necessary along with working with plexiglass material.
Funding Required: Yes
Deadline: Asap

Organization:
Erin Tessier
9510 Carmel Mountain Road
San Diego 92129

Contact:
Erin Tessier
619-850-5649
lab@carmelmountainpreschool.com