Greensboro 103-year-old, Dick Douglas Jr. received Distinguished Eagle Scout Award

DickDouglasPhoto courtesy of H.Scott Hoffmann/Greensboro News & Record

On  September 24th Dick Douglas Jr. was presented the Distinguished Eagle Scout Award. At 103 years-old Dick is the longest tenured Eagle Scout in the United States.  He became an Eagle Scout in December 1925 while a member of the General Greene Council in Greensboro NC, now the Old North State Council.

Mr. Douglas is a true testament to what Scouting is all about!  Follow the links below to the news stories from Fox 8 and the Greensboro News & Record and the actual presentation of the award:


Pictured is all of the Eagle Scouts in attendance for the Distinguised Eagle Scout presentation to Dick Douglas.


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