Locals earn Eagle Scout
Brett Buckner, Patrick Shultz, Cody Griswold, and Daniel Verner completed service projects to achieve this honor.
Troop 37 of Cleveland, Tennessee, whose charter organization is First Cumberland Presbyterian Church, has four new Eagle Scouts. Brett Buckner, Patrick Shultz, Cody Griswold, and Daniel Verner completed service projects to achieve this honor.
Cody Griswold of Polk County undertook the task of repairing the fence in the end zone of Chilhowee Middle School’s football field. Cody was a junior at PCHS when he completed his project in July 2012. He is now a senior and will join the Air Force when he graduates. Cody is a member of St. Therese Catholic Church.
Brett Buckner’s project was to build two raised beds in the community garden sponsored by First Cumberland Presbyterian Church. He also built two benches to allow people to sit in the garden. When he completed his project in April 2012, Brett was a senior at Walker Valley High School. He has since graduated and is attending Lee University. Brett is a member of the Prospect Church of God.
Patrick Shultz’ project entailed repairing the fence surrounding the playground at First Cumberland, as well as to replace the broken swings. Patrick was a junior at Polk County High School when he completed his project in March 2012. He is now a senior at Walker Valley High School and will attend Lee University upon graduation. Patrick is a member of First Cumberland Presbyterian Church.
Daniel Verner’s project was to install a new sign, paint lines in the line parking lot, and create a handicapped parking space for River of Life Thrift Store. Daniel is a senior at Bradley Central High School and completed his project in November 2012. He will join the Army after graduation. Daniel is a member of the Kinser Church of God.
Troop 27 congratulates the new Eagle Scouts on all their hard work on their dedication during their journey from Tiger to Eagle.
The Troop would like to thank Rocky King, Lowes of Cleveland, and Quick Signs of Cleveland for their donations to these Eagle projects.
They would also like to give thanks to family, friends, church family, scouts, and scout leaders for all their help. These projects could not have happened without the support of all the people who donated their time and talent.
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