Eagle Scout Charles N. Schulz

Charlie passed his Eagle Board of Review on Sunday, September 18, 2005, becoming Troop 111’s 98th Eagle Scout. His Honor Roll:

BSA Participation

Pack 111 Cub Scout and Webelos Scout, earned the Arrow of Light
Troop 111 Boy Scout Entry Class of ’99
33 Merit Badges

101 Days Short-Term Camping
129 Days Long-Term Camping, including 5 Summer Camps and 7 High Adventure Treks (ties the Troop Record)

Summer Camp 1999, Camp Powhatan, VA
Summer Camp 2000, Camp Powhatan, VA
Summer Camp 2001, Camp Tuckahoe, PA
Summer Camp 2002, Camp Tuckahoe, PA
Summer Camp 2003, Camp Olmsted (Goshen), VA

Philmont 2002
Pennsylvania Grand Canyon 2002
Switzerland 2003
Sea Base 2004
Yosemite 2004
Philmont 2005
Bahamas SCUBA 2005

BSA Awards

Totin Chip, Paul Bunyan Award, Polar Bear Swimmer, BSA Snorkelling, Mile Swim Award, Lantern and Stovemanship Certificate, JLT Certificate, 4 Scoutmaster Awards for Most Active Scout, 5 50-Miler Awards, 2 25/10 Hike Certificates, Alonzo Stagg (50/20 Hike) Medal

BSA Leadership Positions

Patrol Leader
Sea Base Crew Chief
Philmont Crew Chief (2005),
Projectoree Staff (x 2)

Outside of Scouting Activities

Charlie is currently a Senior at Gonzaga College High School.

– JV Tennis: 9th, 10th, and 11th grades
– Gonzaga Symphonic Band, Honors Band, Jazz Band, and Liturgical Ensemble
– National Honors Society, 11th grade
– Outdoors Club, 10th grade

Work Experience
– Washington Golf and Country Club (Summer, 2003) (Golf Caddy)
– Schulz Realty Investments

Community Service
– Father McKenna Homeless Shelter Volunteer at Gonzaga College High School in 9th, 10th, and 11th grades
– Dominican Republic Service Project (through Gonzaga College High School; Summer, 2005)

Scholastic Awards
– John Philip Sousa Presidential Scholarship for Band in High School
– Barnes (good character) Award, 9th grade

Charlie is interested in attending UVA, Notre Dame, James Madison, and U-Penn, for Business, Entrepreneurship, and/or Accounting.

Eagle Project

For his Eagle project Charlie completely renovated a 125 feet long connector trail at Upton Hill Regional Park, installing steps and lining with logs, and protected it with a 40 feet long berm to divert water that had been previously rutting the trail out. He also eradicated sections of two previous trails, along with their trail blazes. 168 man-hours of work.

Thanks to the Board of Review members Clay Henderson, Max Padon, Brian Preloh, Rita Rooney, and Mark Stanga.

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