7 Boy Scouts in Cobra Patrol Earn Eagle Scout Honor

first_imgFacebook458Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Troop 222On April 1, seven young men from Boy Scouts Troop 222 will be presented with scouting’s highest honor, the rank of Eagle Scout.The Cobra Patrol started in March 2010 and has worked as a team to help each other through their advancements.  Over the past year they all have successfully completed their eagle project which benefited several organizations in the greater Thurston County area.Between the seven Eagle Scouts, they have accomplished:246 merit badges770 nights camping1,000+ miles hiking1,276 community service hours1,479 Eagle Project total service hoursOf the young men who join Boy Scouts, only 4% nationwide achieve the rank of Eagle Scout.  It’s even more rare for an entire patrol to attain this goal.The Cobra Patrol is comprised of Andrew Quebedeaux, Joseph Coon, Matthew Evans, Matthew Desy, Anthony Tulloch, Matthew Lamfers and Andrew Panush. All seven of these young men have shown the highest character, leadership ability, citizenship and Scout spirit.last_img

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