To the Editor:
Eagle Scout cords resemble a small red, white and blue rope, usually six feet long which represents all the extremely difficult work a scout goes through to become an Eagle. Most scouts quit or run out of time before they make it to Eagle. To become an Eagle scout, first the person must make it through all the levels of scouting, (Basic scout, Tenderfoot, Second Class, First Class, Star and Life), these all teach the scout about responsibility and to be involved in their community, the nation, and the world. All these scouts have gone through many problems and hardships together, and they have spent much of their time on community service helping others in need, with no favors in return.