The following persons have earned their Eagle Scout awards: Stephen Williams, son of Timothy and Judy Williams, Spokane, is a senior at Lewis and Clark High School. His service project was a renovation and renewal of facilities at Navigation Campground on Upper Priest Lake. He plans on attending Spokane Falls Community College in the fall.
Chris Cato, of Troop 420, is a senior at University High School and an athletic trainer in the school’s sports program. He is a member of the Explorer Post 59, affiliated with the Spokane Fire Department. His service project consisted of a mock disaster drill held at University High School, where he coordinated the event between Spokane Fire District 1 and Central Valley School District. He is the son of Ron and Debbie Cato.
Justin Coalson, of Troop 420, is a senior at University High Scholl and a member of the school band. His service project consisted of building two park benches at Valleyford Park with the help of fellow Scouts. He is the son of Alan and Rose Coalson.
Bret Miller, of Troop 420, is a senior at University High School and participates in track and cross country. His service project consisted of rock landscaping, with the help of other Scouts, in front of Chester Community Church. He is the son of Barry and Jeanne Miller.
Scott Sprecher, of Troop 420, is a senior at University High School and participates in cross country and track. His service project consisted of building two picnic tables, with the help of fellow Scouts, at Chester Community Church. He is the son of Dale and Marie Sprecher.
Wesley Fritsch, son of Ron and Elizabeth Fritsch, is a member of Troop 130. His service project involved building a fence on public land administered by the Bureau of Land Management near Odessa, Wash. He is a senior at North Central High School.
Steven Price, scoutmaster of Troop 696, of the Newport Kiwanis Club, recently attended the Boy Scouts of America’s National annual meeting in Chicago. He was selected because of the quality of his scout troop, which had won the National Quality Unit Award. Price also had to be a past recipient of the Scoutmaster Award of Merit.
Teams from four Eastern Washington schools qualified recently to compete in the world finals of Odyssey of the Mind.
Northport High School, Gonzaga Preparatory School, Reardan High School and East Valley School District’s Planned Enrichment Program placed first in their division at the state competition in Yakima in April. They became eligible to compete at the world tournament in Knoxville, Tenn.
Roosevelt Elementary School in Spokane placed second in its division. Evergreen Elementary School in Mead and Greenacres Junior High School in the Central Valley School District placed third.
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