Eagle Scout Thomas C. Schratwieser

Thomas passed his Eagle Board of Review on Tuesday, August 30, 2005, becoming Troop 111’s 97th Eagle Scout. His Honor Roll:

BSA Participation

Pack 149 Cub Scout and Webelos Scout, earned the Arrow of Light
Troop 111 Boy Scout Entry Class of ‘98
36 Merit Badges

110 Days Short-Term Camping
94 Days Long-Term Camping, including 5 Summer Camps and 5 High Adventure Treks:
Summer Camp 1998, Camp Tuckahoe, PA
Summer Camp 1999, Camp Powhatan, VA
Summer Camp 2000, Camp Powhatan, VA
Summer Camp 2001, Camp Tuckahoe, PA
Summer Camp 2005, Camp Sinoquipe, PA
Rideau Canal (Canada), 1998
Killarney Provincial Park (Canada), 1999
Shenandoah National Park, Appalachian Trail “Death March”, 1999
Wyoming/Wind Rivers Trek, 2001
Philmont 2002

BSA Awards

Totin Chip
2 International Activity Awards
World Conservation Award
JLT Certificate
2 Scoutmaster Awards for Most Active Scout
3 50-Miler Awards
3 25/10 Hike Certificates
50-Hour Community Service Award

BSA Leadership Positions

Patrol Leader
Troop Guide
Projectoree Staff (3 years)

Outside of Scouting Activities

Thomas is a graduate of H.B. Woodlawn High School. He has a cumulative Grade Point Average of 3.8 with numerous AP classes.
Senior Honors Choir, Chambers Singer (sang at the White House and the Kennedy Center)
Junior Honors Band
Jazz Band.
Very active in Theater at H.B. Woodlawn; acted in over a dozen plays in his career.
Member of the “Cappies” (Drama Critic Group in the Wahington Metropolitan Area)

Member of the Washington-Lee H.S. Rifle Team

Worked at Sun Coast Motion Picture Company (the video store), and at Casual Adventure.

Thomas is attending the University of Saint Andrews, Fife, Scotland, and will be majoring in Physics.

Eagle Project

Completely rebuilt the stage at H.B. Woodlawn H.S. – difficult and technical work done under a severe time-line (the week of Spring Break).
378 Man-Hours of work.

Thanks to the Board of Review members Clay Henderson, John Kelly, Harry Munck, and Rita Rooney.

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