|Former 6th grade teachers Sarah Armstrong (left) and Russ Jenkins (right) congratulate
Kyle and Davis on their Scouting achievement.
|Kyle and Davis' affinity
for bacon-wrapped delicacies
made their first appearance
in March 2013.
|Eagle Scout Honor Guard
members Perry (left) and
Mr. Baird the reminded everyone of the importance and significance of Davis and Kyle's efforts to earn the Eagle Scout rank—a journey that included both young men joining Cub Scouts in 2004, crossing over to Boy Scouts from Pack 29 in 2009, and appearing before the district's Eagle Scout Board of Review panel on May 17, 2016. He then administered the Eagle Scout Promise to the new Eagle Scouts, who were accompanied by more than a half-dozen Eagle Scouts also in attendance. Moms then pinned the Eagle Scout medals and fathers presented Eagle Scout neckerchief slides to the new Eagles. They in turn presented mother and father pins to their parents.
|Michael Tullier (left) and Art Sullivan (right) present their sons with Eagle Scout neckerchief slides.
|Troop Committee Chair Rob Stanford presents
Kyle and Davis with their National Eagle Scout Association
|Auburn City Council Mayor Pro Tem presents Davis and Kyle with mayoral proclamations declaring
Aug. 14 as "Kyle Sullivan and Davis Tullier Eagle Scout Day" in Auburn.
|Davis awards Eagle Scout mentor pins to (left to right) Hutto, Baird, and Stanford.
View a photo slideshow of Kyle and Davis' Scouting experiences and "trail to Eagle."
About Kyle Sullivan: Kyle, the son of Art and Melissa Sullivan, previously served his troop as an assistant patrol leader, patrol leader, and patrol quartermaster. Through his Scouting participation, he earned 21 merit badges and the God and Church Protestant religious emblem, accrued more than 65 nights of camping, and was elected as a member of the Order of the Arrow, the national Boy Scout honor society.
For his Eagle Scout leadership service project, Kyle developed an outdoor music classroom at Pick Elementary School, where students now enjoy an outdoor space incorporating an appreciation of both music and nature. His project accrued 136 volunteer hours from planning to completion, including the 41 hours he spent personally planning, leading and supervising the various stages of the project. Kyle graduated from Auburn High School in May 2016 and now attends Auburn University.
About Davis Tullier: Davis, the son of the troop's Chartered Organization Representative Michael Tullier and Dianna Tullier, previously served his troop as a troop chaplain’s aide, patrol leader, troop guide, and assistant senior patrol leader. Through his Scouting participation, he earned 23 merit badges and the God and Church Protestant religious emblem, and accrued more than 75 nights of camping. He was elected as a member of the Order of the Arrow, the national Boy Scout honor society, and in 2012 he completed the BSA’s National Youth Leadership Training, a six-day course equipping Scouts with leadership skills and experience applicable to both Scouting and personal situations.
For his Eagle Scout leadership service project, Davis developed a nature trail and creekside outdoor classroom at Pick Elementary School, where students now learn about nature and biology in an outdoor laboratory. His project accrued 107 volunteer hours from planning to completion, including the 33 hours he spent personally planning, leading and supervising the various stages of the project. He is a second-generation Eagle Scout, joining his father who earned the Eagle Scout rank in 1989. Davis graduated from Auburn High School in May 2016, attends Southern Union State Community College, and works as a team leader at Chick-fil-A’s Magnolia Avenue location.
For more photos from Davis and Kyle's Eagle Scout Court of Honor, visit the troop's online photo album.