Eagle Scout Recognitions
We are so proud of these young men who earned the rank of 𝕰𝖆𝖌𝖑𝖊 𝕾𝖈𝖔𝖚𝖙, the highest rank attainable in the Scouts BSA program of the Boy Scouts of America. To earn this rank these young men have:
✅been active in their troop for at least six months as a Life Scout
✅demonstrated that they live by the principles of the Scout Oath and Scout Law in everyday life
✅earned a total of 21 merit badges
✅served actively in their unit for six months in a position of responsibility
✅while a Life Scout planned, developed and gave leadership to others in a service project helpful to any religious institution, school or community
✅participated in a unit leader conference.
Listed below are the projects these Lancers have completed to earn their Eagle Scout rank. Please join us in congratulating them on a job well done! #LRD #mindbodyspirit
🅞🅢🅒🅐🅡 🅐🅛🅛🅔🅝 (not pictured)
Project: YMCA Picnic Tables
Oscar built a set of 12 picnic tables for the Gamble Nippert YMCA that will be used for their summer camp that serves disadvantaged children.
Project: Restructuring and landscaping of the Clippard YMCA corner marquee
Jared’s project involved clearing out the overgrown grass and weeds around the corner sign and installing a retaining wall with new landscaping.
🅕🅘🅝🅝 🅛🅔🅐🅗🅨 (not pictured) Earned: 12/20
Project: Imago Earth Center Picnic Tables
Finn constructed five, 10-ft.-long tables, specially made for the height of children, for the Imago Earth Center which is a nature education summer camp for kids.
Project: Mt. Airy - The CURE Landscape Improvement
Ethan installed a perennial garden alongside the mural in Mt. Airy that Mr. Knueven and La Salle students completed in his art class,
Project: St. John’s teacher’s room renovation
Josh cleaned out, painted, furnished and provided new curtains for a room at St. John the Baptist School so that the teachers would have a space for small meetings and for relaxation at school. He also hand-built a cabinet for teachers’ supplies under the tutelage of a master woodworker.
Project: Oak Hills United Methodist Church playground renovation
Josh renovated all three playgrounds and eliminated safety hazards. He also repainted old equipment, cleaned up some trees and brush, cleaned playground equipment and repainted hopscotch and 4-square games on the grounds. In all, over 196 volunteer hours were completed with 26 volunteers in two days to execute the project.
Project: Golden Bears storage shelf and shoulder pad rack
Aden built the shelves and shoulder pad rack for the Golden Bears, a Greater Catholic Youth League football team. The team is comprised of students from Mother Teresa, St. Gabriel and St. Michael Elementary Schools along with children from St. Johns West Chester and St. Maximilian Kolbe parishes.
Project: Linden Grove storage shed shelving project
Owen’s project included building braces and shelves in a shed used to store the physical education equipment for the grade school.
Project: Our Lady of the Rosary rectory basement upgrade
Eric’s project Involved cleaning out accumulated junk, tearing out old carpeting, general cleaning and upgrading the lighting in the Parish rectory basement.
Project: Three flower chalkboards and music wall
Thomas’ project included building three flower chalkboards and a music wall at the Clippard YMCA so the children attending the day camp could have a better experience while their parents were at work.