One of NCAC’s Inaugural Female Eagles, Christina A., is an accomplished Eagle Scout and citizen. Her application and essay earned First Place at the State level in the 2021 annual scholarship contest sponsored by the Virginia Sons of the American Revolution (SAR), after winning the Colonel William Grayson Chapter’s contest. She will advance to the national competition, where her submission will be judged against those First-place applicants from other states; results will be announced by the end of March.
Christina is an exceptionally solid Scout where the principles of the Scout Oath and Law have taken hold and whose service heart is strong. She’s accomplished more in under three years than many Scouts are able to in seven!
Some of her other notable achievements include:
-Brotherhood within the Order of the Arrow
-Attended Okpik, High Adventure trek in Northern -Tier Winter camping
-Holding Leadership positions for 48 months (by serving concurrent roles as well as participating in Venturing)
-Maintaining a 3.939 GPA
In addition to her list of accomplishments, she completed her Venturing Summit Board of Review on December 21, 2021 and is working hard on the Venturing Ranger Award!
“She is a conscientious and exceptional Scout; and a trailblazer where we hope many more will follow.” -Tim Cline, Eagle Program Coordinator, Colonel William Grayson Chapter VASSAR, Sully District Vice-Chair – Membership, and Cubmaster, Pack 146 – Sully District
We’d also like to mention that Scouts from the NCAC took both First and Second in the State competition:
1st Place: Christina A. (Col William Grayson Chapter)
2nd Place: Barrett Rowe W. (George Mason Chapter)