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Juniors Earn the Rank of Eagle Scout

Juniors Davis Hollis and Elliott Anderson have joined the six percent of all scouts that reach Eagle Scout rank nationwide.

Hollis, a member of Troop 367, created a swim safety video and provided swim instruction for campers at the Woodward Horizons Camp for his Eagle Scout project.

A member of Troop 631, Anderson's Eagle Scout project benefited Solidarity Sandy Springs by providing custom-built shelving units to create much needed merchandise display and inventory storage for the local food pantry that serves 200 people daily.

To earn the rank of Eagle, a scout must have 21 Merit Badges, demonstrate leadership, and complete an Eagle Scout project. Eagle Scout projects are evaluated on the benefit to the organization being served and on the leadership provided by the candidate. There also must be evidence of organized planning and development. For more than 100 years, the programs of the Scouts BSA have helped build future leaders by combining educational activities and lifelong values with fun and adventures in the outdoors. 

Junior Davis Hollis

Junior Davis Hollis

Junior Elliott Anderson

Junior Elliott Anderson

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