Meet Adeline Pulioff, one of the DAC’s newest Eagle Scouts!
Adeline Pulioff began her scouting journey in 2019 when girls were first invited to join. She journeyed through the scouting program with focus and determination, earning Eagle rank within three years. Along with her scouting achievements and awards, she has participated in service projects to benefit the local food pantry, schools, and the community.
Scouting BSA has given Adeline opportunities to build leadership, confidence, and try new things. In addition to being a founding member of the Girl’s Troop 737, she’s competed on The Food Network’s Chopped Junior, won the CSNA One Plate Challenge, and is an honor roll student at Conifer High School.
For her Eagle Project, Adeline created 24 lap desks along with a storage wagon for Marshdale Elementary. The desks were utilized to enable flexible learning options like outdoor class for the students. She acheived her Eagle Rank on November 28th, 2021, less than three years after joining Troop 737G.
Learn more about what Scouting means to Adeline below!
Why is Scouting important? What does it mean to you?
Scouting is important because it teaches you life lessons and it helps prepare you for your future. It has taught me leadership, confidence, and skills for survival. I have had many experiences and adventures I will always remember.
Describe Scouting in three words.
Leadership, Experience, Growth
Words of Advice for New Scouts
Stick with it. There will be tough parts in scouting, but it gets easier and is worth all the effort. Camping, camps, and high adventure are amazing experiences you’ll never forget. Your troop is like a family of friends.
Way to go, Adeline!
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