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Six advance to rank of Eagle Scout

By Mary Ricks, Columbian News Assistant
Published: December 23, 2014, 4:00pm
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Six Boy Scouts from the Fort Vancouver District successfully passed their Eagle Scout board of review during October and November and have been advanced to the rank of Eagle Scout.

Thomas Goodwin of Boy Scout Venture Crew 104 built bat boxes for his Eagle Scout project. Goodwin, a 17-year-old senior at Skyview High School, is a son of Brad and Peggy Goodwin.

Bryce Hanson, a senior at Prairie High School, is a member of Boy Scout Troop 770 and a son of Jeff and Robyn Hanson. He renovated a storage shed and plant area for the Columbia Slough Watershed for his project. Hanson is 18.

David Keller Jr. of Boy Scout Varsity Team 491 refurbished the observation deck at the fish hatchery at Columbia Springs for his Eagle project. David, 15, is a son of David and Rachel Keller. He is a sophomore at Heritage High School.

A junior at Seton Catholic High School, Ian Ryan of Boy Scout Troop 328, rebuilt a stairway landing at the soccer field at Ridgefield High School for his Eagle project. Ryan is 16 and a son of Eamonn and Allison Ryan.

Thomas Lee of Boy Scout Venture Crew 25 built three map kiosks for Florence Robison North Park in Battle Ground for his project. Lee, 17, is a son of Mark and Rebekah Lee and a senior at Prairie High School.

A freshman at Columbia River High School, Ryan Hall of Boy Scout Varsity Team 339, built shelters for firewood at the Optimist International Club Youth Camp in Battle Ground for his Eagle project. Hall is 14 and a son of Ralph and Tami Hall.

Columbian News Assistant