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Navarro Receives Adams Eagle Scout Service Project of the Year Award

Eagle Scouts – Making an Impact In our Communities

by Angel Martinez for the Alamo Area BSA: February 27, 2015 

The Alamo Area Council had 340 Scout youth achieve the rank of Eagle Scout in 2014. These Scouts earned the required 22 merit badges, held leadership positions in their troop, and made a significant contribution to their communities with their Eagle Scout projects. These exceptional young men provided leadership to other young men in their troop, school, or place of worship and performed an average of 167 hours of service per project. Eagle Scouts from the Alamo Area Council performed 56,829 service hours with an economic impact of over $1,329,814 million to our local communities.

For his work supporting a drug rehabilitation program and church, local Eagle Scout, Ricardo Noel Navarro of Troop 110, was recognized as the recipient of the 2014 Alamo Area Council Glenn A. and Melinda W. Adams National Eagle Scouts Service Project of the Year Award. The Adams Family Award is a National BSA honor for outstanding Eagle Scouts service projects throughout the country.

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