Eagle Scouts

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Six Boy Scouts from the Fort Vancouver District have been advanced to the rank of Eagle Scout. Boys include the following:

photoKelson Blakewood

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Kelson Blakewood, a member of Boy Scout Troop 525, placed medallions on street drains in the Shumway neighborhood for his Eagle project. Kelson, 18, is a son of Deb and Rocky Blakewood. He graduated from Skyview High School this past spring.

photoCharles Ellis

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A spring graduate of Ridgefield High School, Charles Ellis of Boy Scout Troop 328, refurbished the bell tower at Ridgefield Community United Methodist Church for his project. Charles is 18 and a son of David and Shauna Johnson.

photoJordan Garren

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Jordan Garren remodeled and restored a campfire bowl at Salmon Creek United Methodist Church for his Eagle project. Jordan, 18, is a member of Boy Scout Troop 14, and is a graduate of CAM High School. His parents are Julie and Brent Perry.

photoBrandon Hatch

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Brandon Hatch of Boy Scout Venture Crew 311 renovated a storage shed at Heritage High School for his Eagle project. Brandon, 17, a senior at Heritage, is a son of Michele and Erin Hatch.

photoKamryn Hull

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A spring graduate of Prairie High School, Kamryn Hull of Boy Scout Troop 358, is a son of Beau and Lori Hull. Kamryn, 17, built a sidewalk for wheelchair access at the Clark County Event Center at the Fairgrounds in Ridgefield for his Eagle project.

photoBenjamin Wheeler

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Benjamin Wheeler of Boy Scout Venture Crew 361 held a food drive for North County Community Food Bank in Battle Ground for his project. Benjamin, 18, is a son of Thomas and Amy Wheeler. He graduated this past spring from Battle Ground High School.