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Eagle Scouts

                                                                                                

Since the beginning of time, man has used the bald eagle as a symbol of royalty, power, victory, authority, and valor.  An eagle's strength and courage have inspired men through the ages.  From the very early beginning the eagle has been used in many ways to symbolize the ideals of the United States.  Several states have the eagle on their state flags.  You can find the eagle on the coins of America from the beginning to present day.  In 1911, following tradition as old as man himself, the Boy Scouts of America chose the eagle to symbolize the very highest in achievement.  Through all of history, the eagle has been the symbol of man's best.  An Eagle Scout is Scouting's best.

 

Troop 15 Eagle Scouts

 

July, 2005

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Brian White

December, 2004

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Chris Bechthold

Rudy Lindmair

August, 2004

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Nick Martin

May, 2004

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Peter Ribbich

September, 2003

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Brent Czerniak

September, 2003

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Miles Miller

December, 2002

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Gregory Luecht

Kyle Benning

September, 2002

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Joseph Ribbich

April, 2002

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Ryan Schleifer

February, 2002

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Eric Weier

December, 2000

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Andy Miller

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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