November 17, 2007 in Features

Area Boy Scouts attain Eagle rank

By The Spokesman-Review
 
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Aaron Rusch
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The following Boy Scouts have been awarded the rank of Eagle Scout, the highest award given in the Boy Scouts.

Bryan Butler, a member of Troop 356, built dugouts for Cheney Middle School on the field used by seventh and eighth grade boys and girls. He is a senior at Cheney High School and is the son of Randall and Julie Butler.

Richard Campbell is a member of Troop 356 and, along with his Troop, created and installed a new sign for the Cheney Museum. He is a senior at Cheney High School and is the son of Rick and Carol Campbell.

Dan Corder, a member of Troop 430, built a basketball hoop at Millwood Presbyterian Church. Corder is a junior at West Valley High School and is the son of Dan Corder and Teresa Corder.

William Cornwell is a senior at Ferris High School and the son of Charles and Gail Cornwell of Spokane. A member of Troop 272, his project consisted of providing 56 soccer balls, goal nets, training equipment and T-shirts for 200 children at the Community of the Franciscans of the Renewal Mission in Comayagua, Honduras. Cornwell also is a recipient of the Arrow of Light award at Mullan Road Elementary Cub Scout Pack 305.

Brian Entzminger is a member of Troop 468 and his project was putting up a flag pole memorial in honor of the Prisoners of War at Valleyford Park. Entzminger, along with his Troop, also cleaned the park, restoring basketball hoops, removing tree stumps, and cleaning up pine needles. He is the son of Steve and Maryann Entzminger.

•John Lampert, a member of Troop 313, is the son of David and Debbie Lampert of Spokane.

Lampert’s project was building bird houses for the Bureau of Land Management.

Drew Love, a member of Troop 356, built and installed a roadside sign for recognition of the Rotary and Kiwanis Clubs in Cheney, along with his Troop. Love graduated from Cheney High School in 2007. He is son of Wayne Weber and Chandra Love.

Zack Neubauer planned and coordinated his project to upgrade the courtyard at his church, which included a brick patio. He is a member of Troop 356. Neubauer is the son of Tom and Madonna Neubauer and is a senior at Cheney High School.

Levi Rusch and Aaron Rusch are members of Troop 272 and are the sons of Steve and Annette Rusch of Spokane.

Levi Rusch, a graduate of Shadle Park High School, built a storage shed for Pinelow Park Retreat Center for his project.

For his project, Aaron Rusch built eight bear-proof garbage can containers for Pinelow Park Retreat Center. He is a junior at Shadle.

Eric Schofhauser is a member of Troop 210 and for his project built two above-ground planter boxes, installed an A-frame cedar swing, and built a professional horseshoe pit with a surrounding sidewalk for the Fairwinds Retirement Community. Schofhauser is the son of Frank and Rosemary Schofhauser of Spokane and a junior at Mead High School.

Bryson Williams, a member of Troop 313, constructed a new fireplace in Comstock Park. He was presented with a Certificate of Appreciation by the City of Spokane Parks and Recreation Department for his contribution to the community. Williams is a junior at Lewis and Clark High School, and the son of Larry and Eileen Williams of Spokane.


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