Scouting Tech: FREE Eagle Court of Honor Invitations

Hey Scouter! If you’re here because you’re preparing for your Scout’s upcoming Court of Honor, congratulations to all of you. What an awesome accomplishment! I hope this post finds you proud and happy, as you should be.

A Scout Is Thrifty! While you make plans for your upcoming celebration, I’m sure you’re considering ways to do so without breaking the bank. I’d love to help you out if I can by offering four FREE customizable and printable Eagle Court of Honor invitation templates.

Design 1
Green background with American flag and Eagle details. This file includes a cover page with instructions and two identical pages that can be printed two per sheet. There is not a watermark on the printed copy.

>> Download PDF



Design 2
Tan background with American flag and Eagle details. This file includes a cover page with instructions and two identical pages that can be printed two per sheet. There is not a watermark on the printed copy.

>> Download PDF




Design 3
Red, white and blue background with Eagle details. This file includes a cover page with instructions and two identical pages that can be printed two per sheet. There is not a watermark on the printed copy.

>> Download PDF

Design 4
Simple design with a red ribbon and Eagle details. This file includes a cover page with instructions and two identical pages that can be printed two per sheet. There is not a watermark on the printed copy.

>> Download PDF

Additional Resources for Eagles

Did this post help you plan your Scout’s Eagle Court of Honor? Tell me all about it in the comments. As always, help me spread the word about this and other FREE resources for Scouters by following my blog, sharing my blog, liking this post, and following me on Facebook and Instagram. Don’t forget to LOOK WIDER STILL.

Yours in Scouting,
Rebekah

Published by Look Wider Still

Rebekah is the mother of two wonderful sons, Michael and Nate. She and her husband, Mike, married in 2002 and have built their family on a foundation of adventure. Between geocaching, camping, hiking, cooking, fishing, crafting, reading, and snuggling their Irish Terrier, Bentley, they enjoy a long and happy career in Scouting. The boys come from a long line of Scouters, including Eagles on all sides. Mike has served as assistant den leader, treasurer, and Pack Committee member, and Rebekah has served as den leader and Cubmaster for Pack 521 out of Mechanicsville, Virginia. LookWiderStillBlog@gmail.com

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