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Eagle Scouts

The Columbian
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Chase DeWayne Huehl
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Twenty-two Boy Scouts from the Columbia River District passed their Eagle Scout Board of Review during January and advanced to the rank of Eagle Scout.

Troop 101

Bryce David Dewey, a junior at Camas High School, led a group of Scouts and adult volunteers in an outdoor bulletin board project for the Helen Baller Elementary School, Camas, with 160 volunteer hours. Dewey, 17, is the son of David and Karen Dewey.

Troop 104

Chase Winsbrough Lemmon, a sophomore at Skyview High School, led a group of Scouts and adult volunteers in building boot brush stations at Curtin Creek Community Park, with 41 volunteer hours. Chase, 15, is the son of Jason and Cami Lemmon.

Taden Isaac Lemmon, a senior at Skyview High School, led a group of Scouts and adult volunteers in a beautification project for the Clark County Juvenile Justice Center. Lemmon, 17, is the son of Jason and Cami Lemmon.

Troop 309

Hyrum Douglas Lacher, an eighth-grader at Pacific Middle School, Vancouver, led a group of Scouts and adult volunteers in a restoration project at the Fallen Leaf Lake Park, Camas, including painting picnic tables and landscaping, with 93 volunteer hours. Hyrum, 14, is the son of Douglas and Rebecca Lacher.

Troop 336

Andrew William Harrell, an eighth-grader at Thomas Jefferson Middle School, Vancouver, led a group of Scouts and adult volunteers in a Veterans Memorial Garden project at Kamlu Retirement Inn, with 121 volunteer hours. Andrew, 14, is the son of Lora and Clinton Harrell.

Troop 339

Preston Conner Hall, an eighth-grader at Thomas Jefferson Middle School, Vancouver, led a group of Scouts and adult volunteers in placing storm drain medallions for the Clark Country StreamTeam, with 67 volunteer hours. Preston, 13, is the son of Ralph and Tami Hall.

Troop 424

Phillip Michael Bailey, a senior at Camas High School, led a group of Scouts and adult volunteers in refurbishing the bridge on the Heritage Trail, Camas, with 88 volunteer hours. Bailey, 18, is the son of Michael and Lyuba Bailey.

Troop 439

Lee Spencer Barney, a seventh-grader at Shahala Middle School, led a group of Scouts and adult volunteers in removing invasive ivy and installing picnic tables at Battle Ground Lake State Park, with 149 volunteer hours. Lee, 13, is the son of Alva and Wendy Barney.

Troop 349

Chase DeWayne Huehl, a senior at Cascadia Technical Academy, led a group of Scouts and adult volunteers in building a fence for a church, with 77 volunteer hours. Huehl, 17, is the son of Cort and Bonnie Huehl.

Colton James Huehl, a senior at Cascadia Technical Academy, led a group of Scouts and adult volunteers in trail restoration at the Cedar Creek Grist Mill, Woodland, with 43 volunteer hours. Huehl, 17, is the son of Cort and Bonnie Huehl.

Troop 475

Ian Kevin Wilson, a senior at Hockinson High School, led a group of Scouts and adult volunteers in building a dog agility course for the West Columbia Gorge Humane Society, Washougal, with 82 volunteer hours. Wilson, 17, is the son of Kevin and Allison Wilson.

Troop 484

Joseph Luke Landerholm, a junior at Ridgefield High School, led a group of Scouts and adult volunteers in painting a mural for La Center Middle School, with 21 volunteer hours. Landerholm, 17, is the son of Lauri and Kent Landerholm.

William Frank Wharton Koenig, a senior at La Center High School, led a group of Scouts and adult volunteers in placing bump stops at Bratton Canyon/Woodland campgrounds, with 214 volunteer hours. Wharton, 18, is the son of David and Julie Koenig.

Troop 496

Robert John Edwards, a senior at Camas High School, led a group of Scouts and adult volunteers in making Whisper Phonics Phones for Lacamas Elementary School, with 20 volunteer hours. Edwards, 18, is the son of Sherrill and Shaunenne Edwards.

Troop 549

Nolan Garrett Samuel Johnson, a freshman at Washougal High School, led a group of Scouts and adult volunteers in placing trail counters at Round Lake, with 43 volunteer hours. Nolan, 15, is the son of Scott and Genevieve Johnson.

Troop 565

Benjamin Bean Crawford, a sophomore at Mountain View High School, led a group of Scouts and adult volunteers in building a challenge course for Teen Reach Adventure Camp, with 130 volunteer hours. Benjamin, 15, is the son of Branden and Melissa Crawford.

Conner Christopher Berg, a sophomore at Seton Catholic High School, led a group of Scouts and adult volunteers in building an awning for the pump house at St. John’s Catholic Church, with 175 volunteer hours. Conner, 15, is the son of Chris and Mary Berg.

Troop 562

Paul Ivan Rose, a home-schooled junior, led a group of Scouts and adult volunteers in building a sign for Fallen Leaf Lake Park, with 311 volunteer hours. Rose, 16, is the son of Jason and Shelley Rose.

Troop 571

Evan Arthur Brown, a senior at Hockinson High School, led a group of Scouts and adult volunteers in a fence project at the Lucky Memorial Dog Park, Brush Prairie, with 45 volunteer hours. Brown, 17, is the son of Dan and Tami Brown.

Troop 649

Lewis Gregory Gillespie, a freshman at Camas High School, led a group of Scouts and adult volunteers in making art kits for teens at the Randall Children’s Hospital at Legacy Emanuel, Portland, with 66 volunteer hours. Lewis, 15, is the son of Greg and Sara Gillespie.

Troop 736

Harrison Keith Casper, a senior at Ridgefield High School, led a group of Scouts and adult volunteers in building benches for Vancouver Lake Regional Park, with 50 volunteer hours. Casper, 17, is the son of Bryan and Jenny Casper.

Troop 904

Tanner Luke Aldridge, an eighth-grader at Alki Middle School, Vancouver, led a group of Scouts and adult volunteers in a softball dugout restoration for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, with 93 volunteer hours. Tanner, 13, is the son of Jeremy and Melissa Aldridge.

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