Eagle Scout Carl Fredrick “Mountain” Selzer

Mountain passed his Eagle Board of Review on Saturday, December 18th, 2004, becoming Troop 111’s 93rd Eagle Scout, making him the fifth Eagle Scout of 2004. His Honor Roll:

Pack 111 Cub Scout and Webelos Scout, earned the Arrow of Light

Troop 111 Boy Scout March ‘98 – December ‘04

BSA Participation

25 Merit Badges
80 days Short-Term Camping
53 Days Long-Term Camping, Including:
4 Summer Camps
2 High Adventure Treks – Pennsylvania Grand Canyon 2002 – Swiss Adventure 2003
BSA Awards

2 50-Miler Awards
Totin Chip
World Conservation Award
International Activity Award
Junior Level and Senior Level JLT Certificates
50 Hour Community Service Award
BSA Leadership Positions

Assistant Patrol Patrol Leader
Troop Guide
Projectoree Staff
Carl is currently a Senior at Gonzaga College High School in the District of Columbia. He has a cumulative Grade Point Average of 3.8 with numerous Honors and AP Courses, and is an active member of the National Honor Society.

Carl has been very active in theatre at Gonzaga, and has had active roles in 3 school plays, as well as assisting the Stage Crew. He is a member of the Speech and Debate Club at Gonzaga, and a two year winner of the school’s Oratorical Contest. Also a Vice-President of the Eagle Eye Club (a video and filmmaking group), President of Credo (a Catholic Politics Club), a McKenna Center volunteer, and a member of the Weightlifting Club. Outside of Gonzaga, Carl is also very active in the Altar Servers at St. Johns (McLean), and is currently the Master Altar Server.

Eagle Project
For his Eagle project Carl installed a new, 6-inch diameter drainage pipe at St. Johns Catholic Church in McLean (just over 100 feet, buried underground on a steep hillside). The Project alleviated a growing erosion problem caused by runoff from the upper parking lots, and took 150 hours of very difficult (summertime) labor.

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