Brad passed his Eagle Board of Review on December 5, 2006, becoming Troop 111’s 106th Eagle Scout. His Honor Roll:
Pack 111 Cub Scout and Webelos Scout, earned the Arrow of Light
Troop 111 Boy Scout Entry Class of 2000
25 Merit Badges
60 Days Short-Term Camping
63 Days Long-Term Camping, including 4 Summer Camps and 3 High Adventure
Summer Camp 2000, Camp Powhatan, VA
Summer Camp 2001, Camp Tuckahoe, PA
Summer Camp 2002, Camp Tuckahoe, PA
Summer Camp 2003, Camp Olmsted (Goshen), VA
Florida Sea Base 2004
Canada/Trent-Severn Waterway 2005
Totin Chip, Polar Bear Swimmer, BSA Snorkelling, 2 50 Miler Awards, Junior Level JLT Certificate, 50 Hour Community Service Award
BSA Leadership Positions:
Assistant Patrol Leader, Troop Guide, Projectoree Staffer, Acting SPL for the 2005 Canadian High Adventure, Den Chief
Outside of Scouting
Brad is currently a Senior at Washington-Lee High School, with about a 3.2 G.P.A.
Tae Kwon Do – 1996 – Present (4th Degree Black Belt)
O’Connell Weightlifting Club – 1,2,3,4
O’Connell Chess Club – 2,3,4
Yoo’s Martial Arts Summer Camp – 2006
Brad cleared invasive species and “dumped” construction debris from the area adjacent to the Longfellow Street Trailhead at Upton Hills Regional Park. He also planted new plants, lined and installed water bars on a downhill portion of the Orange Trail, and installed a rock outfall for the culvert that had been installed as part of JJ Tieso’s Eagle Project. Completed in brutal summertime heat and humidity. Approximately 139 Man-Hours of work.
Brad will be attending the University of Mary Washington.
Thanks to the Board of Review members Clay Henderson, Ruth Netting, Max Padon, Brian Preloh, and Mark Stanga.