To receive this honor the scout must earn 21 merit badges; serve in a leadership role for six months after becoming a Life Scout, organizing and supervising a community project.
Brian achieved his Eagle Scout in 2003.
Brian is a member of Order of the Arrow, Brotherhood, and is also a member of The National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution. Brian's project was redoing the Wesley Chapel Cemetery directory, which involved writing down every person's birth date, death date, and recording them from earliest to latest. Brian achieved a total of 47 merit badges.
Joe achieved his Eagle Scout in 2009
Joe's project was a clean up project around the Oostanaula Volunteer Fire Station, which involved cutting down trees and bushes around the Fire Station and the emergency tower that sounds alarms for seer weather. Joe achieved a total of 40 merit badges.
Casey achieved his Eagle Scout in 2009
Casey's project was a landscaping project at the Calhoun Recreation Department. located at River Street, which involved digging holes, planting flowers and shrubs in an area next to the pavilion. Casey achieved a total of 29 merit badges
Becoming and Eagle Scout is an achievement for many boys each year, although only a small percentage of boys that enter in Boy Scouts become Eagle, but to have three brothers to enter this group is exceptionally rare.
The proud parents of these boys are Laura and Pat Sutton.