Seven Boy Scouts from the Fort Vancouver District passed their Eagle Scout board of review during April and have been advanced to the rank of Eagle Scout.
Zachary Arnold of Boy Scout Venture Crew 104 worked on a project at St. John Lutheran Cemetery for his Eagle project. Zachary, 18, is a son of James and Sherrie Arnold. He is a senior at Columbia River High School.
For their Eagle Scout projects, Ian Citron made four carts for the football team at King’s Way High School and his brother, Nathanael Citron, made improvements for the football field. They both are members of Boy Scout Troop 358. The brothers are 16 and home-schooled. Their parents are Devan and Renee Citron.
Korbin Gillette, son of Kevin and Tina Gillette, is a member of Boy Scout Troop 344. He refurbished children’s furniture for Battle Ground Baptist Church for his project. Korbin is 17 and a senior at Battle Ground High School.
Connor Rasmussen of Boy Scout Troop 310 made a staircase for Alki Middle School on Whipple Creek Trail for his Eagle project. Connor, 14, a son of Brett and Holly Rasmussen, is a freshman at Skyview High School.
Stuart Robertson worked on a restoration project on the Whipple Creek Trail for his project. He is a member of Boy Scout Venture Crew 637. Stuart, 18, is a senior at Ridgefield High School, and a son of Craig and Meredith Robertson.
Tyler Sprague of Boy Scout Venture Crew 333 did some painting at Truman Elementary School for his project. Tyler, 16, is a son of Tom and Sue Sprague. He is a sophomore at Skyview High School.