Six Eagle Scouts Soar High with Over 1,035 Service Hours: Celebrating Leadership and Community Impact in Central Phoenix

Eagle Scouts' Projects Enhance Schools and Community Spaces, Showcasing Dedication and Scouting Values

Six Eagle Scouts are soaring high in the Grand Canyon Council, Central Phoenix area, as each led their teams of Scouts and volunteers through completing their Eagle project, logging collectively just over 1,035 service hours around the Council and completing all the Eagle requirements to achieve the highest rank in Scouting! 

Their leadership has truly paid off, benefiting each of these organizations listed below. Along with their commitment to community service, growing their outdoor skills, personal development and earning numerous merit badges, each one of these young men exemplify the values of Scouting and what it means to earn the rank of Eagle Scout.

With the guidance of their parents, friends, family members, troop leaders along with dedicated Scouter volunteers along their journey, their achievements were met. We want to thank our dedicated volunteers for participating to help facilitate each individual Board of Review. We would also like to thank Camelback Church of Christ, Phoenix, for hosting this special gathering. We are all incredibly proud of each of these young men’s accomplishments and we wish them continued success in their future endeavors. Congratulations Eagle Scouts! We are all so proud of you and look forward to hearing what comes next for you on your life journey.

Pictured from left to right:

Orion S. Troop 329 – Build picnic tables and planter boxes for his school, Bioscience High School, creating a welcoming and functional space for students and staff.

Malachi R. Troop 787 – Built a gardening shed at Paideia Academy to support their faculty by storing and protecting garden tools and equipment used for class and school projects.

Lucas R. Troop 244 – Paved a wash station space and moved sculptures to beautify a garden area with plants at Liberty Wildlife.

Cameron F. Troop 201 – Cleaned the dumpster area and the surrounding areas at Saguaro High School and painted the school’s baseball and softball logos to create a more attractive area.

Kavin M. Troop 644 – Operation School Bell Deodorant Drive for the Assistance League of Phoenix, collecting deodorant for kids and delivering over three hundred sticks as part of hygiene kits to the warehouse for local distribution.

Zavier B. Troop 787 – Nature Meditation Project at Paideia Academy by replacing a koi pond with a fountain, painted the garden bed, set up solar lights and added new watering hoses, all to beautify and create a meditation area at the Academy.