Byline: The Register-Guard
Sheldon senior makes Scouting's top honor
Victor Emmanuel Palma Palma or Palma de Mallorca (päl`mä thā mälyôr`kä), city (1990 pop. 325,120), capital of Majorca island and of Baleares prov., Spain, on the Bay of Palma. , a member of Troop No. 175 in Eugene, was honored at an Eagle Court of Honor a court or tribunal to investigate and decide questions relating to points of honor; as a court of chivalry, or a military court to investigate acts or omissions which are unofficerlike or ungentlemanly in their nature.
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His service project, completed for the city of Eugene, involved improving University Park by weeding, replacing mulch, painting benches and trash containers and sandbox cleanup. The project required 158 hours and 18 helpers.
Thurston junior achieves rank of Eagle Scout
Joseph Cuellar, a member of Troop No. 75 in Springfield, was honored at an Eagle Court of Honor on March 1. Eagle Scout is the highest honor awarded by the Boy Scouts.
Cuellar, a junior at Thurston High School Thurston High School is located in Springfield, Oregon in Lane County. Their mascot is a black colt. Shooting
On May 20, 1998, student Kipland "Kip" Kinkel killed his parents, William and Faith, both Spanish teachers at local high schools. , is the son of Kim and Dave Cuellar of Springfield. He joined Cub Scouts in the first grade, earned 23 merit badges and attended or participated in the Big Brothers-Big Sisters program, the Key Club, National Honor society The National Honor Society (NHS), established in 1921, is a recognition program for American high school students who show achievement in scholarship, leadership, service, and character. and football.
His service project, completed for the U.S. Forest Service at Honeyman State Park, involved building two hand-carved wooden benches as part of a restoration project at the park. The project required 100 hours and 9 helpers.
Pleasant Hill senior makes Eagle Scout
Lewis Laney, a member of Troop No. 417 in Pleasant Hill, will be honored at an Eagle Court of Honor on March 13 at Pleasant Hill Baptist Church. Eagle Scout is the top honor awarded by the Scouts.
Laney, a senior at Pleasant Hill High School, is the son of Robert and Deborah Laney of Pleasant Hill. He earned 21 merit badges and was a patrol leader, senior patrol leader and camp counselor. He held leadership positions at the 2005 National Scout Jamboree and the 2007 World Jamboree.
His service project, completed for Pleasant Hill Baptist Church, involved designing and building a 30-foot-by-30-foot concrete parking area for the church group's vehicles. The project required 160 hours and 12 helpers.