earns highest rank
Tyler Smallwood, a member of Troop No. 8 in Walterville, was honored at an Eagle Court of Honor on July 1 at McKenzie Valley Presbyterian Church in Walterville. Eagle Scout is the highest honor in Scouting.
The junior at Marist High is the son of Robert and Teri Smallwood of Springfield. He earned 24 merit badges, received the Arrow of Light Award, participated in a 50-mile bike ride in the San Juan Islands and served as senior patrol leader, patrol leader and troop guide.
His service project involved building bird houses and installing a pet waste station at the Eugene Water & Electric Board pond in Walterville. The project required 153 hours and 17 helpers.
becomes Eagle Scout
Brian Reyneke, a member of Troop No. 100 in Eugene, was honored at an Eagle Court of Honor on July 5 at Wesley United Methodist Church.
The 2007 graduate of Sheldon High is the son of Tony and Judy Reyneke of Eugene. He's earned 29 merit badges, served as patrol leader and attended numerous camps, including Kanderstag International Scout Camp in Switzerland.
His service project, completed for FOOD for Lane County's Churchill Community Garden, involved building a shelter and the installation of 100 feet of drain pipe. The project required 320 hours and 42 helpers.
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|Publication:||The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)|
|Date:||Jul 23, 2007|
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