Eagle Scout William A. Levendis

William passed his Eagle Board of Review on Monday, October 11th, 2004, becoming Troop 111’s 90th Eagle Scout. William’s Honor Roll:

Pack 149 Tiger Cub, Cub Scout, Webelos, Arrow of Light – September 1993 – March 1998

Troop 111 Boy Scout – March 1998 – October 2004

BSA Participation
28 Merit Badges
Hiked 245 miles
Backpacked 100 miles
29 camping trips with 88 nights of camping
173.5 Community Service Hours and 49.5 Trail Service Hours
Summer Camps (4)
High Adventure – Philmont 2002
Projectorees (7)
Camporee (1)
Caving Trips (5)
Skiing Trips (3)
Orienteering Trips/Meets (5)
BSA Awards
200 Hour Community Service
50 Miler
25miles/10hours Hike (3)
Alonzo Stagg Award (50 miles/20 hours)
Ironman Award; Mile Swim (3)
Paul Bunyan
Polar Bear Swim
Annual Maryland Scout Orienteering Competition:
‘99 – 1st place Junior; ‘00 – 10th place Senior; ‘02 – 2nd place Senior; ‘03 – 1st place Advanced Course (solo).
BSA Leadership Positions
Junior Assistant Scoutmaster
Troop Guide
Scribe
Patrol Leader
Assistant Patrol Leader
Projectoree Staff
Senior – Yorktown High School, Arlington, Virginia; GPA – 4.17
School Clubs

Model United Nations
Virginia Junior Classical League/Latin Honors
National Honor Society
Constitutional Issues Club
Environmental Action Committee
Volunteer Service
Medical supply charity
Senior citizens home
Tutor
Arlington Food Assistance Center (AFAC)
Arlington Department of Parks & Recreation Camp Counselor
Embassy of the Slovak Republic
Czechoslovak School of Washington, D.C.
So Others May Eat (SOME)
Employment
Safeway/Starbucks
Student Conservation Association
Basketball Camp Counselor
Donaldson Run Recreation Association
Music
Trumpet (Yorktown Marching, Symphonic & Jazz Bands)
Piano
Accordion
Cello
Sports
Yorktown Varsity Basketball
Yorktown Varsity Swimming
Yorktown Varsity Track and Field
Eagle Project
William’s Eagle Project was the renovation of the Chapel at the Gospel Rescue Ministries, a homeless shelter in Washington, D.C. The renovation consisted of painting the walls and ceiling, installing a new floor of tile, and installing window blinds, curtains, and sound baffling. The project required 639 hours of work.*

* A new Troop record, besting several previous 500+ hour Eagle Projects.

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