|Eagle Scout Robert Perry|
|Eagle Scout Andrew Stanford|
Robert's Eagle service project was performed at Pick Elementary School and involved the construction of two flower boxes using landscaping bricks. During his Board of Review, Robert noted that he had several good workers who made the project much easier. His biggest problem was finding time to complete the project among all of his other summer activities and his work schedule. Andrew's project was also done at Pick. It included the construction of a fence to guard the edge of the creek bank and an observation deck that can be used by students during science classes along the creek. Both projects were funded with grants from the school. More information about the projects is found in a previous blog post - "A pair of projects prosper at Pick."
|Andrew is congratulated by his parents Lysha and Rob Stanford.|
|Robert celebrates with his parents Jim and Jill Perry along with |
his sister Samantha and his older brother (and Eagle Scout) Chris.
Both of our new Eagles are founding members of Troop 50 and have played key roles in the leadership of the troop. Robert has served as a patrol leader and the troop guide. Andrew completed two terms as the senior patrol leader and currently serves as the assistant senior patrol leader. He is also the inaugural recipient of the troop's James J. Baird, Jr. Honor Scout Award.
As we look forward to the upcoming Eagle Courts of Honor for the pair, other prospective Eagles from the troop are soon to join them as other Scouts finish up requirements and new Eagle projects are planned. Thanks to Andrew and Robert for their hard work and great example to other Scouts.
Troop 50's Eagle Scouts are honored with an Eagles' Nest page on the troop website.