Eagle Scout Wilson W. Kemp

Will passed his Eagle Board of Review on Wednesday, May 11, 2005, becoming Troop 111’s 94th Eagle Scout. His Honor Roll:

Pack 149 Cub Scout and Webelos Scout, earned the Arrow of Light

Troop 111 Boy Scout entry class of ’98

BSA Participation

32 Merit Badges
111 days Short-Term Camping (Really!)
44 Days Long-Term Camping, including:
Summer Camp 1998, Camp Tuckahoe, PA
Summer Camp 1999, Camp Powhatan, VA
Summer Camp 2000, Camp Powhatan, VA
Summer Camp 2001, Camp Tuckahoe, PA
and 1 High Adventure Trek – Philmont 2002
BSA Awards

1 50-Miler Award
Totin Chip
World Conservation Award
JLT Certificate
3 Scoutmaster Awards for Most Active Scout
Elected to the Order of the Arrow
BSA Leadership Positions

Assistant Patrol Leader
Historian/Sorter
Patrol Leader
Troop Guide
Projectoree Staff
Will is currently a Senior at Washington-Lee High School, in Arlington, Virginia. He has a cumulative Grade Point Average of 3.45, and was a member of the National Honor Roll 2002 – 2005.

Will is quite the photographic artist, and has been awarded numerous photography and art awards. A member of the Pottery Club and the Music Appreciation Club, both 2002 – 2005. He is an accomplished drummer, and was a member of two groups, “End Product” and “Startle Chorus”. He was also an Assistant Teacher at Drawing Board, a 6-week long summertime Day Camp during the summers of 2003 and 2004.

Of particular note, Will’s photograph won the competition for the 2005 – 2006 Arlington County Vehicle Sticker.

Will has been accepted to Hampshire College in Amherst, Massachusetts, and will be majoring in Photography. Thanks to Board of Review members John Kelly, Ruth Netting, Max Padon, Brian Preloh, and Mark Stanga.

Eagle Project
For his Eagle project Will led a grounds-renovation project at Culpeper Gardens Retirement Community, which included brush removal, extensive invasive species removal, building a large retaining wall to edge the gardens near the loading dock, and planting new trees around the grounds. 187 Hours.

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