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Submit 'Gone Home' photos to Eagles' Call Magazine

Robert S.S. Baden-Powell, the founder of Scouting, taught Scout trailblazers to make a simple trail sign, a circle with a dot in the middle, to indicate that they had gone home. Eagles' Call Magazine recognizes those who blazed many trails for us to follow, and have now, too, gone home.

If you would like to acknowledge an Eagle Scout who has gone home, please complete the form below. The recognitions will be published in the next available Eagles' Call edition, space permitting.

All submissions to Eagles' Call Magazine are published at the discretion of the staff and may be edited for content and space. We cannot publish previously copyrighted material, including newspaper articles.

View the latest Gone Home recognitions in the Fall 2013 issue.

Living Memorial: The National Eagle Scout Scholarship Endowment accepts tax-deductible contributions in memory of deceased Eagle Scouts or in tribute to Eagle Scout achievers. Contributions may be sent to: NESA Director, S322, Boy Scouts of America; 1325 W. Walnut Hill Lane, P.O. Box 152079; Irving, TX 75015-2079. Please mark the envelope "personal and confidential." Make the check payable to NESA and mark the check "In memory of (name of person)" or "in tribute of (name of person)." At this time, contributions can not be made online.

With your mailed check, please include the below information in the envelope. You must also send a photograph or send a digital image to eaglescoutmag@scouting.org.

- Your name (first/last)
- Your contact phone number
- Your email address
- Name of Eagle Scout
- Hometown of Eagle Scout
- Year of Eagle Scout Award
- Month and year of Eagle Scout's passing
- Age at time of passing