For eagle Scout Candidate Service Projects
This application is for Boy Scouts within the Baltimore Area Council seeking additional funds for the completion of their Eagle Scout service project. Each Scout interested in receiving funds from the David S. Schenerman grant must attach a completed copy of this approved Eagle Scout Service Project Fundraising Application and return it by mail or hand-deliver to:
Baltimore Area Council, BSA
Schapiro Scout Service Center
701 Wyman Park Drive
Baltimore, MD 21211
The project funding application will be reviewed and, if approved, a check request will be submitted with the check made out to the applicant’s Boy Scout troop. The troop is responsible to ensure the funds are used for the project as stated on the application. Any funds not used for the project should be returned to the Baltimore Area Council, BSA for distribution to other projects.
Maximum grant size is $500, and may not exceed 50% of the project’s total budget. The application approval process will take about three weeks.
Eagle Scout Candidate:
Upon submission of this application, I agree to follow my proposed budget, use all grant money in a Scout like manner and fill out and return the attached survey to the Baltimore Area Council Service Center 30 days after I complete my Eagle Scout Service Project. I also acknowledge that I have not completed my project at this time.
Description of service project
Eagle Scout Candidate’s Unit Leader:
I am the Scoutmaster of the Scout submitting this application, and hereby agree to disburse all grant money appropriately to the Scout when it is received in the form of a check from the Baltimore Area Council. By signing this application, I also recognize the fact that the Scout listed above did receive approval from his troop and the District Eagle Scout Board of Review to proceed with his project, and has not completed his project at this time.
About David S. Schenerman
Mr. Schenerman was the founder and Scoutmaster of Troop 971 at Beth Israel Congregation in Randallstown, MD. It is believed the troop was founded around 1972 and he was Scoutmaster from 1972-80.
In addition to Scouting, he was a Fuller Brush salesman for 50 years and was the last remaining full-time salesman in Baltimore. David was also an avid Square Dancer and active member of The Lazy Susans, a travel-trailer camping club.