Six Boy Scouts from the Fort Vancouver District successfully passed their Eagle Scout Board of Review in February 2017, and have been advanced to the rank of Eagle Scout. Collectively, the Scouts planned and led projects which led to a total of 477 hours of community service.
• Ethan Mortimer, 18, of Boy Scout Venture Crew 904, organized a project painting fire hydrants for Clark County Fire District 6. Ethan is the son of David and Jenene Mortimer and a senior at Skyview High School.
• Andrew Haring, 16, a junior at Battle Ground High School, led a project to restore the horse shoe pits for the city of Battle Ground at Kiwanis Park. Andrew is the son of Janel and Ken Haring and a member of Boy Scout Troop 344.
• Benjamin Eavenson, 17, of Boy Scout Troop 484, led an effort to build blackout panels for drama performances at the commons at La Center High School. Benjamin, a senior at La Center High, is the son of Curtis and Mary Eavenson.
• James Lulay, 17, a senior at Columbia River High School, directed efforts toward placing a flag pole for St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church cemetery. James is the son of Kenneth and Rebecca Lulay and a member of Boy Scout Troop 479.
• Brady Pratt, 17, of Boy Scout Troop 430, managed a restoration project of the Carissa Memorial Garden at Glenwood Primary School. Brady is the son of Paul and Roxanne Pratt and a senior at Prairie High School.
• Christian Galvez, 18, son of Noe Galvez and Jennifer Harris and a senior at Vancouver Arts and Academics School, managed a collection of donated good for Vancouver Share House. He is a member of Boy Scout Venture Crew 339.