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Eagle Scouts

The Columbian
Published: January 23, 2021, 5:54am
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Brock Pierce
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Twenty-two Boy Scouts from the Columbia River District passed their Eagle Scout Board of Review between May and August 2020, and advanced to the rank of Eagle Scout.

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Alec William Buffington, a Hudson’s Bay High School graduate, led a group of Scouts and adult volunteers in a drive for hygiene items at the high school, with 62 volunteer hours. Buffington, 18, is the son of Suzette and David Buffington.

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Elijah John Pugsley, a Skyview High School graduate, led a group of Scouts and adult volunteers in building a storage cabinet for the school’s band department, with 41 volunteer hours. Pugsley, 18, is the son of Curt and Anne Pugsley.

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Ethan Connor Hundt, a sophomore at Central Catholic High School, led a group of Scouts and adult volunteers in building garden boxes for the Marshall Community Center, with 326 volunteer hours. Hundt, 15, is the son of Steve and Twilene Hundt.

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Brock Ryan Pierce, a Skyview High School graduate, led a group of Scouts and adult volunteers in organizing and refurbishing books for reuse for Jason Lee Middle School, with 96 volunteer hours. Pierce, 18, is the son of Ryan and Ariane Pierce.

Chanslor Dalan Ruth, a senior at Skyview High School, led a group of Scouts and adult volunteers in building a paraplegic rowers deck for Vancouver Lake Rowing Club, with 328 volunteer hours. Ruth, 18, is the son of Alan and ShaLee Ruth.

Joshua Theodore Bretzing, a Skyview High School graduate, led a group of Scouts and adult volunteers in installing drain medallions for the StreamTeam at Clark Public Utilities, with 73 volunteer hours. Bretzing, 18, is the son of Greg and Michelle Bretzing.

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Jacob Francis Nienaber, A Prairie High School graduate, led a group of Scouts and adult volunteers in building picnic tables for the Battle Ground Little League, with 75 volunteer hours. Nienaber, 18, is the son of Bryan and Aarin Nienaber.

Tyler Parker Burns, a senior at Camas High School, led a group of Scouts and adult volunteers in building benches for the campfire bowl at the Optimist Club and Youth Camp, with 245 volunteer hours. Burns, 18, is the son of Kristi and Brian Burns.

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Caleb Paul Paradise, a Skyview High School graduate, led a group of Scouts and adult volunteers in building window locks for Open House Ministries, with 51 volunteer hours. Paradise, 18, is the son of Paul and Julie Paradise.

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Talmage Gordon Thomas, a sophomore at Evergreen High School, led a group of Scouts and adult volunteers in collecting computers and refurbishing them for Free Geek/low opportunity families, with 42 volunteer hours. Thomas, 15, is the son of Gordon and Angela Thomas.

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Ethan Michael Wood, a Summit Learning Charter High School graduate, led a group of Scouts and adult volunteers in rebuilding bunk beds for Camp Wilkerson, in Rainier, Ore., with 283 volunteer hours. Wood, 18, is the son of Todd and Susan Wood.

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Sean Patrick Lambird, a graduate of Mountain View High School, led a group of Scouts and adult volunteers in building picnic tables for the American Legion Hall, with 79 volunteer hours. Lambird, 18 is the son of Carol and Gene Lambird.

Thomas Ryan Gianopoulos, a senior at Benson High School, led a group of Scouts and adult volunteers in building bar stool benches for the Orion Fencing School, with 195 volunteer hours. Gianopoulos, 18, is the son of Michael and Nannette Gianopoulos.

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Carson Andrew Delahunty, a freshman at Camas High School, led a group of Scouts and adult volunteers in a food drive for Interfaith Treasure House of Washougal, with 76 volunteer hours. Delahunty, 14, is the son of Kirsti and Andy Delahunty.

Jacob Steven Engelhardt, a Hockinson High School graduate, led a group of Scouts and adult volunteers in a food drive for Clark County Food Bank, collecting 1,355 pounds of food, with 102 volunteer hours. Engelhardt, 18, is the son of Kristen and Karl Engelhardt.

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Carson Lee Stoffel, a graduate of Washougal High School, led a group of Scouts and adult volunteers in building benches for Prindle Park in Washougal, with 35 volunteer hours. Stoffel, 18, is the son of Todd and Tammy Stoffel.

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Tyler Donallen Samson, a sophomore at Camas High School, led a group of Scouts and adult volunteers in building a bike trail for the J.D. Currie Camp for Youth, with 222 volunteer hours. Samson, 15, is the son of Chuck and Danielle Samson.

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Zachary Aaron Bernheimer, a Vancouver School of Arts and Academics graduate, led a group of youth and adult volunteers in running a SAT preparation program for college-bound juniors, with 202 volunteer hours. Bernheimer, 17, is the son of Anne and Richard Bernheimer.

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Andrew Michael Puffer, a senior at Camas High School, led a group of Scouts and adult volunteers in building a trail kiosk at Round Lake, with 100 volunteer hours. Puffer, 18, is the son of Lance and Becca Puffer.

Joshua Kyle Climer, a Mountain View High School graduate, led a group of Scouts and adult volunteers in a food drive for Evergreen School District, with 151 volunteer hours. Climer, 18, is the son of Edward and Brianne Climer.

Nolan Christopher Rader, a Mountain View High School graduate, led a group of Scouts and adult volunteers in building boot brush stands for Behrens Woods, with 41 volunteer hours. Rader, 18, is the son of Chris and Sarah Rader.

Zach Stephen Godoy, a sophomore at Union High School, led a group of Scouts and adult volunteers in collection donation and supplies for the activity cart at PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center, with 13 volunteer hours. Godoy, 15, is the son of Ramon and Debbie Godoy.

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