At many courts of honor, you’ll find a guest register where guests can record their names. These registers are nice, but a reader named Shellie Tucker came up with an even better idea, one that encouraged people to leave not just their names but also a personal message.
She bought a small (4″ x 6″) scrapbook made of heavy card stock at a craft store, along with some fancy pens. She set these items on a table with a framed photo of her son Dustin in his uniform. A tent card encouraged people to write a message to Dustin and to include their full names.
The result? Instead of a simple list of names, Dustin received a keepsake that will always prompt memories of his Eagle court of honor and the people who shared it with him.