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  • Three elevated to Eagle rank in Troop 312

  • Three Boy Scouts from Troop 312 have received their Eagle Scout Award at their Eagle Court of Honor on March 31. This troop is sponsored by St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Independence.

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  • Three Boy Scouts from Troop 312 have received their Eagle Scout Award at their Eagle Court of Honor on March 31. This troop is sponsored by St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Independence.
    Thomas Pershing Roustio
    Tommy began his scouting career as a Cub Scout in Pack 312 in 2003 as a Wolf Cub. He earned Arrow of Light in February 2006. He has attended H. Roe Bartle Scout Reservation for four years, and is a Warrior in the Tribe of Mic-O-Say. His tribal name is Shining Bright Moon.
    Tommy has earned 37 merit badges and has served in various positions within the troop, including Troop Historian, Quartermaster and Patrol Leader.
    His Eagle Scout Project was planning a rain garden in the Blue River Watershed. This native planting project helps control erosion and reduce water pollution in streams and rivers.
    Tommy is a senior at Blue Springs High School. While in high school, he has been the Snare Captain of the Golden Regiment Marching Band, the Principle Percussionist for the Orchestra, has been named to the All-State Orchestra, and has received superior ratings in Percussion and Piano in All-District and All-State competitions. He marched in the 2010 Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade and the BOA Grand Nationals. He also marched in the Hawaii Thanksgiving Parade this year.
    He was chosen to participate in the 2011 Missouri Scholars Academy at the University of Missouri. He was the co-captain of the first place team in the Chem-a-thon. He plans to attend college and is considering the field of engineering.
    Jacob Aaron Daugherty
    Jacob began scouting as a Tiger Cub in 2002 and received the Arrow of Light Award in February 2006. He has attended the H. Roe Bartle Scout Reservations for 6 years. He is a Firebuilder in the Tribe of Mic-O-Say and his tribal name is Son of Fierce Black Panther.
    He has earned 35 merit badges and his Bronze and Gold Palms for earning merit badges after obtaining Eagle. He has served his troop in various positions, including Assistant Patrol Leader, Scribe and Patrol Leader.
    Jacob’s Eagle Scout Project was to create a campfire ring on the property of Crown Pointe Church for the use by the Royal Rangers.
    He is a senior at Blue Springs High School. While in high school, he has been awarded for Academic Excellence, and a member of the National Technical Honor Society and Skills USA. Jacob plans to attend college and earn a bachelor’s degree before a military career in the Army.
    Kyle Jay Stoutenborough
    Kyle is a 2012 graduate of Faith Christian Academy. He maintained a 3.85 grade point average and was consistently on the honor roll throughout his high school years. He was actively involved in Drama and was very involved with yearbook committee.
    Page 2 of 2 - He took karate lessons for seven years and achieved his first degree black belt in 2006.
    Kyle’s Eagle Scout Project included a landscaping project at a local school. This involved removing brush and replanting the area. He has received 27 merit badges and attended the H. Roe Bartle Scout Reservation for 5 years. In 2010, he earned his Warrior in the Tribe of Mic-O-Say at the Scout Reservation and his tribal name is Dawning, Disappearing Smoke.
    He goal is to attain his accounting degree.

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