What happens to an Eagle Scout once he becomes an adult and perhaps moves away from his hometown?Many things, most likely, but the Eagle Scout rank\u2019s relevance is often superseded by more immediate achievements. For the men who achieved that rank, it is still a source of pride, though they may not have the opportunity to talk about it much.\u201cTraditionally, people become Eagle Scouts and that\u2019s the end of the road,\u201d said Rudy Escalante, who lives in Wilton but earned his Eagle rank years ago in Chicago. He is involved with a group of men who want to set up an Eagle alumni association. They want to become involved with young men working on their Eagle projects as mentors and talk about what was important to them. They also enjoy the camaraderie social gatherings bring.About 30 men attended the first meeting of the Wilton, Westport, Weston chapter of the Connecticut Council Eagle Scout Association on Jan. 13 at Cobb\u2019s Mill Inn.\u201cWhat we are doing now is trying to identify people. We think there are several hundred Eagles in the area,\u201d Mr. Escalante said. \u201cWe\u2019ve only identified about a third of them. \u2026 there\u2019s no directory you can go to.\u201dSome people contributed names. Former pack masters identified some, he said, but the list is \u201cnowhere near complete.\u201dThe group sent a mailing to 600 email addresses and got about 200 click-throughs. \u201cThe reaction people had was that no one had asked them that for 20 years,\u201d Mr. Escalante said.The new chapter expects to meet about three times a year. \u201cThere\u2019s an Eagle recognition dinner in June for our council, which covers most of Fairfield County and part of New Haven County,\u201d he said. \u201cWe have a dinner where we honor all the kids that have earned their Eagle rank in the last year. We want Eagles of past years to come as well.\u201dAlthough the chapter specifies Wilton, Westport and Weston \u2014 they liked the alliteration \u2014 the group is happy to have men who achieved Eagle rank from anywhere..Information: email@example.com or Boy Scout Yankee Council at 203-876-6868, ctyankee.org.