Troop 64 of Eudora held its fall Court of Honor on Sept. 19 at the West School Building. Scoutmaster Glenn Jackson convened the Court of Honor and with senior patrol leader Nathan Bradley presented rank awards and merit badges earned since March.
Patrick Bradley earned Life Scout rank. Dylan Hopson earned Star Scout rank. Nathan Gentleman earned the 12 month Camper Award.
Patrick Bradley earned the citizenship in the world merit badge. Dakota Coble earned camping, crime prevention, emergency preparedness, environmental science, fingerprinting, fish and wildlife study, forestry, mammal study, personal fitness, reptile and amphibian study merit badges and the world conservation patch. Nathan Gentleman earned animal science, coin collecting, electricity and nuclear science merit badges. Dylan Hopson earned basketry, camping, citizenship in the nation, citizenship in the world, first aid, fish and wildlife study, rifle shooting, space exploration and swimming merit badges. Steven Wimmer earned astronomy, coin collecting, cooking, oceanography, orienteering, personal fitness and pioneering merit badges.
Andrew Briery completed requirements for the photography merit badge and will receive the badge at the next troop meeting. Andrew Rome’s father, Brian, accepted the canoeing, citizenship in the community, Indian lore, metalworking and personal fitness merit badges for his son. Andrew Wright will receive citizenship in the nation, citizenship in the world, fish and wildlife study and insect study at the next troop meeting.
Jim Morrison, longtime assistant Scoutmaster, was presented his wood badge regalia by Scoutmaster Jackson and other wood badge veterans Brian Rome, Ann Wimmer and Roy Wimmer.