October 2017

Four Boy Scouts from the Ft. Vancouver District successfully passed their Eagle Scout Board of Review during the month of October 2017, and have been advanced to the rank of Eagle Scout.  Collectively, these Boy Scouts planned and lead a total of 522 hours of community service and provided positive benefits to the organizations they served.

 

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Jonathan Daniel Stieber of Boy Scout Troop 479 led a group of scouts and adult volunteers in constructing 3 Park Kiosks and 4 Bat Boxes for Glenwood Storm Water Facility.  Jonathan, 16, is the son of Rick and Cindy Stieber.  He is a sophomore at Columbia River High School. (33 hours)

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Matthew Robert Murphy of Boy Scout Troop 479 led a group of scouts and adult volunteers in constructing a Kiosk at the Ridgefield Dog Park.  Matthew, 17, is the son of Brian and Traci Murphy.  He is a senior at Central Catholic High School in Portland, Oregon. (231 hours)

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Brett Allen LaTondre of Boy Scout Troop 14 led a group of scouts and adult volunteers in constructing a wooden storage shed for the youth group at the Salmon Creek United Methodist Church.  Brett, 18, is the son of Dana and June LaTondre.  He is a senior at Skyview High School. (107 hours)

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Chase Austin LaTondre of Boy Scout Troop 14 led a group of scouts and adult volunteers in constructing a 4 chamber Bat Boxes for Chinook Park.  Chase, 18, is the son of Dana and June LaTondre.  He is a senior at Skyview High School. (151 hours)

 

November 2017

Five Boy Scouts from the Ft. Vancouver District successfully passed their Eagle Scout Board of Review during the month of November 2017, and have been advanced to the rank of Eagle Scout.  Collectively, these Boy Scouts planned and lead a total of 433 hours of community service and provided positive benefits to the organizations they served.

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Colton Kristopher Rasanen of Boy Scout Troop 328 led a group of scouts and adult volunteers in rebuilding and repainting bleachers at Harmony Sport Complex for the Cascade Little League.  Colton, 18, is the son of Will and Iris Rasanen.  He is a graduate of Heritage High School, he is now attending Western Washington University. (120 hours)

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Connor John Smith of Boy Scout Troop 358 led a group of scouts and adult volunteers in putting on a blood drive for Blood Works.  Connor, 17, is the son of Karen Smith and the late John Smith.  He is a senior at CAM Academy. (58 hours)

 

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Benjamin Roudolph Johnson of Boy Scout Troop 320 led a group of scouts and adult volunteers in building raptor perches for the Stream team.  Benjamin, 18, is the son of Kristin and Sean Johnson.  He is a senior at Skyview High School. (57 hours)

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Hyrum Christopher Losee of Boy Scout Venture Crew 367 led a group of scouts and adult volunteers in removing an irrigation system for Hockinson Meadows Park.  Hyrum, 18, is the son of Ben and Marie Losee.  He is a senior at Skyview High School. (130 hours)

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Alexander Eric Olbricht of Boy Scout Troop 479 led a group of scouts and adult volunteers in building Duck Boxes and signages for DC Fisher Wildlife Park.  Alex, 18, is the son of Eric and Katie Olbricht.  He is a home schooled senior and doing running start at Clark College. (66 hours)

 

What is Eagle Scout?

Eagle Scout is the highest achievement or rank attainable in the Boy Scouting program of the Boy Scouts of America (BSA). The designation "Eagle Scout" was founded over one hundred years ago. Only four percent of Boy Scouts are granted this rank after a lengthy review process. The requirements necessary to achieve this rank take years to fulfill. Since its founding, the Eagle Scout rank has been earned by almost 2.5 million young men.

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