Five Achieve Rank of Eagle Scout

Photo - Left to right: Will Douthat, Jamie Willis, Morgan Moskal, Patton Coles (scout leader) Tyler Lystash, Christopher Moore. To earn the Eagle Scout rank, a scout must fulfill requirements in the areas of leadership, service, and outdoor skills. He must earn a minimum of 21 badges, complete an Eagle Scout Leadership project that benefits an area non-profit organization and have a minimum of 120 volunteer hours. The organizations that benefited from the five scout projects are: Roanoke City Department of Parks & Recreation - Murray Run Greenway, North Cross School, the Discovery Center on Mill Mountain, and the Va Museum of Transportation.

Five Boy Scouts who have achieved scouting’s highest advancement honor were recognized at an Eagle Scout Court of Honor on Sunday, January 16. All five scouts are members of BSA Troop 17 sponsored by St. John’s Episcopal Church.

Will Douthat – a Junior at Patrick Henry High School & The Roanoke Valley Governor’s School

Son of John & Kelly Douthat

Tyler Lystash – a Senior at North Cross School

Son of John & Dara Lystash, Roblyn & Harry Brand

Christopher Moore – a Senior at North Cross School

Son of Chris & Forrest Moore

Morgan Moskal – a Senior at North Cross School

Son of Joe & Pam Moskal

Jamie Willis – a Sophomore at Virginia Tech

Son of David & Cydney Willis, Paige & Jack Matthiesson

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