Each of the young men earned the rank after completing their service projects.
Meyer worked many hours to preserve graves at New Bethel Cemetery in Wanamaker. In the process he helped to build a 100-foot retention wall along the side of a hill in Founders Cemetery by manually moving 3 tons of dirt.
The senior said he was glad he did the work and realized that determination is a key factor in life. “I did this for those in the community who have lost loved ones.”
Pasch, a senior who played football for the Saints, utilized the opportunity to clean up the locker room and the area around it. He also spread gravel for a path from the locker room to the field, put up new fencing and built benches.
“These improvements will really help our field to look nice,” Pasch said, who commented that it was a great honor to be named an Eagle Scout. “It is definitely my most valued accomplishment so far.
Leach, a junior, helped to renovate the shelter house at Edgewood United Methodist Church. He painted it, power washed the floors and built picnic benches. He expressed that it was a fun experience and good to know that his efforts were helping others to live more enjoyable lives.