The North Bend Eagle


 

Eveland to receive Eagle Scout badge

by Mary Le Arneal
Published 12/5/12

Kendall Eveland will receive his Eagle Scout award at a Court of Honor at 3 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 9, at the Presbyterian Church in North Bend.

Eagle ScoutKendall Eveland's Eagle Scout project was laying the sod for the new North Bend Library.

Kendall, a freshman at North Bend Central and a member of Troop 110, had his Eagle Scout Board of Review on Aug. 21. Jerry Halladay, Jana Post, Goldenrod District Advancement chairman Tom Brant and District Commissoner Yogi Martin comprised the board. On his way to achieving his Eagle badge, Kendall earned 41 merit badges.

His Eagle Scout project was laying the sod at the new North Bend Public Library. This was done April 6 with the help of five other scouts and 11 community members.

Kendall began his scouting adventure in 2005, joining Cub Scout Pack 110. He crossed over to Boy Scouts in 2009 and advanced through the ranks, becoming a Life Scout in June 2011. He has served numerous leadership roles in the troop, earned his Religious Emblem, Arrow of Light, Nani BaZhu Warrior at camp, Year of Celebration Award during the Boy Scout centennial year and attended the National Youth Leadership Training at Little Sioux Boy Scout Camp.

Kendall is the son of Scott Eveland of Ames, who is presently serving as Troop 110 Scoutmaster, and Liz Eveland of North Bend. His uncle, Jeff Eveland, earned the ranks of Eagle Scout in 2001.

The public is invited to the ceremony.

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