Eagle Scout Eric R. Wolff

Eric Wolff passed his Eagle Board of Review on Sunday, June 22, 2003, becoming the Troop’s 87th Eagle Scout. Eric’s Honor Roll:

Pack 111 Cub and Webelos Scout (Class of ’96), Earned Arrow of Light
29 Merit Badges
86 Days of Short-Term Camping
71 Days of Long Term Camping, including: 4 (Different) Summer Camps (Goshen, Shenandoah, Powhatan, Powhatan/COPE) and 5 (soon to be 6) High Adventure Treks (Rideau Canal/Canada, Killarney/Canada, Philmont 2000, C&O Canal Bike Trek, Pennsylvania Grand Canyon Trek)
Totin Chip Award
Paul Bunyan Award
3 50-Miler Awards
JLT Certificate
100 Hour Community Service Award
International Activity Patch
Polar Bear Swimmer Award
2 Mile Swim Awards
Tuckahoe Ironman Award
Alonzo Stagg Medal
2 Scoutmaster Awards for Most Active Scouts (’99, ’00)
Librarian
Patrol Leader
Philmont Crew Chief
Troop Guide
Senior Patrol Leader
Graduating Senior from Yorktown High School (3.6 QPI, with 17 Advanced or AP Courses, 1480 SAT)
Ultimate Frisbee (National placing team), 3 years
Wrestling, 1 year
Marching Band, 4 years
Extremely active and talented at music, especially piano and clarinet
Work: Taught piano 3 years, Colonial Caterers 1 year
Eric’s Project was a multi-part trail renovation at Upton Hill Regional Park in Arlington, which both complemented and supplemented earlier efforts by Adam Smith, Steven Strasburg, and especially Neil Stanga. Some of the efforts including installation of erosion barriers, eradicating a false trail, blazing all the paths in the park, building a new connector trail between two previously disconnected trails, renovating and lining trail, and installing about 2 dozen trail signs. In all, about 120 man-hours of work.

Eric is planning to attend The University of South Carolina, and intends to major in Music.

Thanks to the Board of Review members Brigadier General Ted Bowlds (USAF), Dr. Michael Cassidy, Ruth Netting (District Advancement Chairman), Max Padon (District Eagle Board), and Rita Rooney (Chairman).

And lest we forget, Happy 18th Birthday, Eric!

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