Local Scouts recognized at 52nd Eagle Scout Banquet hear from high profile Eagle Scouts about how Scouting has impacted them

Sunday, May 19, 2013

Jeff Renner KING 5 news, and Derek and Drew Konzelman
Photo by Jim Funk of the Boeing Employees Photographic Society

On Friday night, May 10, over 170 recent Eagle Scouts gathered in Bellevue to celebrate their success and hear from other leaders who come from Scouting backgrounds.

Scouts were paired up with adults in the business community and shared a banquet meal. Toby Capps was the MC for the entire evening. Each scout was individually recognized by former Scoutmaster Jeff Renner, whom you see nightly on the Channel 5 news. 

The program consisted of intriguing, adventurous, and successful Eagle Scouts Derek and Drew Konzelman, winners of NBC’s Escape Routes; and a former Scout who is now an anti-terrorist negotiator.

Photo by Michelle Hickman

Two of the new Eagle scouts from Shoreline – Nathan Hickman (left) and Michael Throolin, both of Troop 838.

The following Scouts earned their eagle rank this past year in the Aurora District (Lake Forest Park, north Seattle, Shoreline): 

Aaron Miller, Adam Hockemeyer, Adrian Monroe, Andrew Linden, Austin Buchanan, Benjamin Larson, Benjamin Smith, Brian Radziwanowicz, Ceyel Clark, Chase De Alessi, Daniel Fong, Eric Hendricks, Forest Machala, Grant Beaudry, Henry Reimers, Hunter Reed, Isaac Kent, Jackson Smalley, Jacob Meyer, James Ringness, Joel Thompson, John Peterson, John Hall, Joshua Paley, Karl Robinson, Kevin Menzia, Lucas Trautman, Luke Stevens, Michael Jones, Michael Park, Michael Throolin, Milo Sherman, Nathan Hickman, Ned Bowman, Nicholas Saether, Peter North, Peter Ramaley, Peyton Childs, Regan Klepac, Reid Smith, Richard Hanson, Roberto Erickson, Russell Marx, Sandor Fogassy, Seiji Hansen, Simon George, Skye Daco Lewis, Sol Garcia, Stuart Gedosch, Thomas Colligan, Trevor Abson, Vinayak Sharma, William Radford, Zachary Kaplan,

Updated 06-05-2013 5:22pm


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