Duncan Feldman will be presented with Scouting’s highest honor on August 3rd, the Blue Mountain Council, Boy Scouts of America has announced.
He is the son of Derek and Christina Feldman of Kennewick. Duncan is a member of Troop 126, chartered by West Highlands United Methodist Church. His Scout leader is Robert
To achieve the rank of Eagle Scout, Duncan had to earn 21 merit badges and show leadership by planning, developing, and completing a community service project. Duncan also earned a Bronze Eagle Palm and a Gold Eagle Palm for achieving the completion of 35 merit badges by the time he achieved the rank of Eagle.
For his project, Duncan, his troop, and other volunteers, built cat trees for a local animal shelter. His entire project took 111 hours to complete.
Duncan attends Chiawana High School where he is active in marching band, Game N’ Tech Club and ASL Club. Duncan plans to become a cyber security analyst and remain active in
The rank of Eagle is earned by less than four percent of all youth who join Boy Scouts of America. In 2018, 121 boys in the Blue Mountain Council, Boy Scouts of America earned the Eagle Scout Award, providing over 17,124 service hours.
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