Cub and Webelos Scout in Pack 194 (St. Thomas More), Earned Arrow of Light
Troop 111 Boy Scout Entry Class of 2004 (1st of that Class)
Eagle Project: Josh rebuilt and leveled a walking trail at Culpepper Gardens in Arlington. The project also included pulling invasive species and planting a large number of flowering plants. Approximately 344 man-hours of work.
Thanks to the Board of Review members Clay Henderson, Isabel Mack, Ruth Netting, Stu Shelton, and Mark Stanga.
51 Merit Badges (Believed to be a new Troop 111 Record)
154 Days Short-Term Camping
80 Days Long-Term Camping, including 7 Summer Camps and 6 High Adventures
Summer Camp 2004, Camp Ross (Goshen), as a Den Chief
Summer Camp 2004, Camp Tuckahoe, PA
Summer Camp 2005, Camp Sinoquipe, PA
Summer Camp 2005, Camp Olmsted (Goshen)
Summer Camp 2006, Camp Tuckahoe, PA
Summer Camp 2006, Camp Olmsted (Goshen)
Summer Camp 2007, Camp Ockanickon, PA
Pennsylvania Grand Canyon, 2004
Canadian Waterways, 2005
Triathlon Trek, 2006
Philmont, 2007 (Trek 32)
Killarney (Canada), 2007
Bahamas Sailing Trip, 2008
BSA Recruiting, Totin Chip, Fireman Chit, Polar Bear Swimmer, 3 Polar Bear Camper, Special Recognition for Designing the Cedar Creek Camporee Patch, 4 Most Active Scout Awards, 2 25/10 Hike Certificates, 5 50-Miler Awards, 6 Orienteering Meet Awards (both NCAC and BAC O’-Meets), World Conservation Award, 300 Hours Community Service Recognition (believed to be a new Troop 111 Record).
BSA Leadership Positions:
Den Chief, Twice a Cub Scout Day Camp Staffer (each camp lasting a week), Troop Guide, Cub Camporall Staff, Assistant Patrol Leader/Quartermaster, Acting Patrol Leader for Numerous Events.