Joshua Frasher, the son of Tom and Donna Frasher of Blue Springs, has earned the highest advancement award the Boy Scouts of America offers to Scouts, The Eagle Award.

Joshua Frasher, the son of Tom and Donna Frasher of Blue Springs, has earned the highest advancement award the Boy Scouts of America offers to Scouts, The Eagle Award.

Joshua joined Pack 175 in September 2003, where he earned two Gold and 10 Silver Arrow Points, 20 Academic/Sport belt loop and two pins. He also earned the World Conservation and the Leave No Trace Awards.

Joshua earned his Arrow of Light in February 2008 and joined Troop 605 at Plaza Heights Baptist Church. On his path to Eagle Scout, he has earned 30 merit badges, and the World Conservation Award and Scuba BSA. He has attended summer camp for four years at the H. Roe Bartle Scout Reservation, where he is currently a rank of Brave in the Tribe of Mic-O-Say. He has served as Patrol Leader and Assistant Senior Patrol Leader, and is currently the Senior Patrol Leader.

Joshua’s Eagle Project was building two benches and placing them on the Hickory Grove Trail at Burr Oaks Woods Conservation Area, where the public can rest and enjoy nature. His Eagle Board of Review was completed on May 5, 2011. He is a freshman at Blue Springs South, with long term goals of college and becoming an engineer.