Troop 766 Eagle Scouts

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Jacob Jennett

Jacob Jennett led a project for Cedar Rapids Parks and Recreation Department. He built a Free Little Library in the shape of a barn and installed it at Old MacDonald's Farm within Bever Park. The library is registered in the worldwide Free Little Library registry. The project required 178 hours. Jacob passed his Eagle Board of Review on February 16, 2017.

 

Jake Carter

Jake Carter led a project at Pathfinders Outdoor Education Center. He built an elevated outdoor platform for an archery target course in the timber. This project will benefit our community Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, and youth in the Cedar Rapids area. Youth will enjoy the outdoors while also learning a sport that is increasing in popularity. The project required 171 hours. Jake passed his Eagle Board of Review on February 16, 2017.

 

Keegan McRae

Keegan McRae led a project at Pathfinders Outdoor Education Center. He created a campsite area for younger Scouts who want to learn about the world they live in. A portion of the campsite included a Mongolian firepit. The project required 185 hours. Keegan passed his Eagle Board of Review on January 19, 2017.

 

Kanishk Puranik

Kanishk Puranik led a project at Seminole Valley Farm Museum. He created five portable benches to be used for various ents, wuch as Civil War reenactments. Also, an uneven brick pathway was torn up and re-bricked. The project required 123 hours. Kanishk passed his Eagle Board of Review on January 19, 2017.

 

Mason Gritton

Mason Gritton led a project at Indian Creek Nature Center. He created an outdoor amphitheatre by leveling the ground, organizing/setting the flagstone and filling in the cracks. The project was completed in one weekend so the site could be available for the grand opening of the new facility. The project required 113 hours. Mason passed his Eagle Board of Review on December 15, 2016.

 

Michael Bryant

Michael Bryant led a project at Lovely Lane United Methodist Church. He dug out an old railroad tie retaining wall and constructed a new wall out of landscaping blocks. The project required 97 hours. Michael passed his Eagle Board of Review on November 17, 2016.

 

Tommy Zaputil

Tommy Zaputil led a project at Pathfinder's Outdoor Education Center. He installed an alarm and sound system in the main garage. The project required 146 hours. Tommy passed his Eagle Board of Review on November 17, 2016.

 

Agam Gill

Agam Gill led a project at Cedar Valley Humane Society. He did landscaping work around the headstones in the pet cemetery and built berms in two location on a trail. The berms help slow down water that floods the trails during heavy rains. The project required 110 hours. Agam passed his Eagle Board of Review on October 20, 2016.

 

Sam McCarville

Sam McCarville led a project at Pathfinder's Outdoor Education Center. He placed an 8" wide and 16' pole into hole and secured with concrete. Braces and arms were then mounted to the top of the pole for a future solar panel installation. The project required 110 hours. Sam passed his Eagle Board of Review on August 18, 2016.

 

Devin Lemke

Devin Lemke led a project at Pathfinder's Outdoor Education Center. He buried an electrode grounding system to protect the electronics inside the Pathfinder's building. The grounding system disperses any lightning energy. The project required 124 hours. Devin passed his Eagle Board of Review on June 16, 2016.

 

Alexander Hodge

Alexander Hodge led a project at Pathfinder's Outdoor Education Center. He built storage units that went across the wall of two large garages. They include brackets for large amounts of weight and a pole across them for hanging backpacks and anything else needed to be secured. The project required 151 hours. Alexander passed his Eagle Board of Review on May 19, 2016.

 

Ethan Raid

Ethan Raid led a project at Pathfinder's Outdoor Education Center. He planted 28 trees and installed 12 lantern poles. The lanterns will light the paths around the tipis and fire ring. The project required 140 hours. Ethan passed his Eagle Board of Review on May 19, 2016.

 

Connor Bute

Connor Bute led a project at Pathfinder's Outdoor Education Center. He built four 20'x20' wood platforms to be used for authentic Indian Tipis. The platforms will extend the life of the tipis and keep the users more comfortable by not being on the ground. The project required 302 hours. Connor passed his Eagle Board of Review on February 18, 2016.

 

Caleb Ryder

Caleb Ryder led a project at Kennedy High School. He built five large wooden benches and one stone bench sitting on a concrete pad for the Science Department. The project required 106 hours. Caleb passed his Eagle Board of Review on December 17, 2015.

 

Roger Ferguson

Roger Ferguson led a project at the Izaak Walton League. He disassembled, restained and reattached 20 benches around an outside seating area. A Girl Scout Troop uses the area for outdoor ceremonies. The project required 131 hours. Roger passed his Eagle Board of Review on December 17, 2015.

 

Robert Carlson

Robert Carlson led a project at the Pathfinder's Outdoor Education Center. He transported and installed a 55' Rohn fold-over radio tower. The tower will provide education for youth and emergency communications. The project required 145 hours. Robert passed his Eagle Board of Review on November 19, 2015.

 

Bryan Becker

Bryan Becker led a project at the Pathfinder's Outdoor Education Center. He sealed and prepared 60 poles for four tipis and also constructed one of the authentic Sioux tipi's. The tipi's will be used for shelter and be used in educating people about the Indian culture. The project required 194 hours. Bryan passed his Eagle Board of Review on November 19, 2015.

 

Spencer Davis

Spencer Davis led a project at the Izaak Walton League. He built a new air rifle and BB range. The range included installing target posts set at specific distances and he also constructed and installed four benches. The project required 201 hours. Spencer passed his Eagle Board of Review on May 21, 2015.

 

Jacob Winter

Jacob Winter led a project at the Lowe Park in association with the ISU Extension Office Masters Gardeners. He removed 400 feet of flagstone walkway that had been weathered and sunken over the years. He then dug a 4-6" depth trench approximately 3 feet wide, filled the trench with sand and then relayed the flagstone walkway. The project required 128 hours. Jacob passed his Eagle Board of Review on May 21, 2015.

 

Ben Head

Ben Head led a project Pathfinder's Outdoor Learning Center. He built two wood storage units. The shelters are near a big firepit, easy to access, protect the wood from the elements and keep the wood off the ground. The project required 175 hours. Ben passed his Eagle Board of Review on May 21, 2015.

 

Dylan Zaputil

Dylan Zaputil led a project at Pathfinder's Outdoor Learning Center. He built a 19'X19' firepit area with benches using concrete blocks. The project required 229 hours. Dylan passed his Eagle Board of Review on May 21, 2015.

 

Tyler Denning

Tyler Denning led a project at Loaves and Fishes Food Pantry. He patched and painted the basement walls and built storage shelves for the pantry. With this storage area, they will be able to sort and store food, soap and other items until they are needed. Previously, the storage items sat on pallets located on the floor. The project required 246 hours. Tyler passed his Eagle Board of Review on April 16, 2015.

 

Matthew Lyman

Matthew Lyman led a project at Usher's Ferry Historical Village. He scraped the old paint, primed and finally painted the Print Shop building with the new three color scheme. The project required 226 hours. Matthew passed his Eagle Board of Review on December 18, 2014.

 

Ryan Horak

Ryan Horak led a project at Usher's Ferry Historical Village. He built a heavy duty work bench, a project display bench, a large coal bin and a small coal box out of refurbished wood. Ryan also cleaned out the forge. The project required 142 hours. Ryan passed his Eagle Board of Review on November 20, 2014.

 

Brock Fischer

Brock Fischer led a project at Pathfinders Outdoor Education Center. He built a 19'X19' firepit area with benches using concrete blocks. The project required 123 hours. Brock passed his Eagle Board of Review on October 16, 2014.

 

Aidan Glessner

Aidan Glessner led a project at St. Pius X Church. He planted trees in the parking lot islands and also built three benches. The benches are for the school children to sit on while they eat lunch and wait for their school bus. The project required 118 hours. Aidan passed his Eagle Board of Review on September 18, 2014.

 

Daniel Rosenthal

Daniel Rosenthal led a project at New Covenant Bible Church. He constructed an entire playground at the church. This including scoping out the site, grading the land, digging the holes and assembling the very large playground. The project will help their ministry, which serves 1000 children and youth. The project required 293 hours. Daniel passed his Eagle Board of Review on July 17, 2014.

 

Evan Hoover

Evan Hoover led a project at Seminole Valley Farm Museum. He built a brick pathway that doesn't pool water, reduces mulch and provides a safe walking surface. Evan also built a spigot stand providing a proper drainage system. The project required 64 hours. Evan passed his Eagle Board of Review on May 15, 2014.

 

Jimmy Carter

Jimmy Carter led a project for the Matthews 25 Block by Block program. He built vertical garden walls out of used pallets. The pallets were lined, filled with dirt and then plants were added to create the vertical garden. The new vertical gardens also served as a boundary to keep the children from running into the gardens. The project required 148 hours. Jimmy passed his Eagle Board of Review on May 15, 2014.

 

Nicholas Hoffner

Nicholas Hoffner led a project at Seminole Valley Farm Museum. He built a new, period accurate, latrine on the farm. The latrine was made out of 100 year old recycled wood. The old latrine burned down due to an electrical fire during a large storm. The project required 72 hours. Nicholas passed his Eagle Board of Review on March 20, 2014.

 

Cody Brooks

Cody Brooks led a project at New Covenant Bible Church. He designed and built six trash receptacles to hold trash cans. These receptacles were placed around an outdoor walking trail at the church. He designed the receptacle in a Computer Aided Design (CAD) software before building a prototype. The project required 180 hours. Cody passed his Eagle Board of Review on January 16, 2014.

 

Sam Averkamp

Sam Averkamp led a project at Usher's Ferry Historic Village. The project involved planting several oak trees along a fence line to help create a wind barrier and also to improve the looks. The area around the fence was cleared and cleaned along with installing a new sections of fence. The project required 69 hours. Sam passed his Eagle Board of Review on January 16, 2014.

 

Andrew Waters

Andrew Waters led a project at the Cedar Valley Humane Society (CVHS). He built 2000 feet of trails in the woods behind the CVHS, spread 180 cubic yards of mulch, lined the trails with branches, added benches and removed dead and dangerous trees from the woods. The trails will be used to walk the dogs and for fund raiser opportunities. The project benefited from over $2,250 of materials and equipment donations. The project required 409 hours. Andrew passed his Eagle Board of Review on May 16, 2013.

 

Grant Finneman

Grant Finneman led a project at the ARC of East Central Iowa. He constructed benches with planters and installed them at Christ Episcopal Church. The project required 182 hours. Grant passed his Eagle Board of Review on May 16, 2013.

 

Wyatt Swartzendruber

Wyatt Swartzendruber led a project at the Mechanicsville Public Library. He constructed a outdoor reading garden for people to relax, enjoy the weather and read. The reading garden included a patio, new sidewalks, arbor, benches and privacy walls. The project required 239 hours. Wyatt passed his Eagle Board of Review on March 21, 2013.

 

Will Tollefson

Will Tollefson led a project at Four Oaks. He leveled the ground between the back door and the parking lot of Four Oaks to help eliminate a flooding problem in that area. The area was eventually turned into a stone walkway. The project required 94 hours. Will passed his Eagle Board of Review on December 6, 2012.

 

Tyler Dennis

Tyler Dennis led a project at Wickiup Hill Nature Center. He built twenty bluebird houses for Linn County Conservation and attached them onto eight foot galvanized poles. Tyler then installed them at various locations at Wickiup Hill to give the bluebirds a home when spring comes. The project required 256 hours. Tyler passed his Eagle Board of Review on November 14, 2012.

 

Sean Wu

Sean Wu led a project at Prairiewoods Spirituality Center. He removed bricks from a brick path, moved the bricks to a different location, added mulch and stone tiles to replace the brick path. The project required 129 hours. Sean passed his Eagle Board of Review on October 18, 2012.

 

Kyle Scheer

Kyle Scheer led a project at Taylor Elementary School. He installed 12 pieces of fitness equipment and 4 signs in an area next to the playground. This involved excavating the work area, digging holes, putting together and installing the equipment, filling holes with cement, laying railroad ties surrounding the area and laying mulch. The project required 291 hours. Kyle passed his Eagle Board of Review on October 18, 2012.

 

Austin Wu

Austin Wu led a project at Franklin Middle School. He planted 210 hostas under 31 trees and did landscaping around the hostas. The hostas improved the outside appearance of the school by covering up bare spots around the trees. The project required 152 hours. Austin passed his Eagle Board of Review on September 20, 2012.

 

Adam Froehlich

Adam Froehlich led a project that created an outdoor classroom area behind the library at Harding Middle School. The space is to be used for a variety of classroom activities including but not limited to, reading, writing and conducting science experiments. Six picnic tables were built and due to the unsightly nature of this area, he added plants to improve the esthetics. A grant from Lowe's was received to pay for the $3500 in costs. The project required 176 hours. Adam passed his Eagle Board of Review on July 19, 2012.

 

Peter Ford

Peter Ford led a project at Wickiup Hill Outdoor Learning Area. He built, stained and installed a covered bench along one of the trails. The project will benefit people walking on the trail by giving them an area to rest out of the sun. The project required 139 hours. Peter passed his Eagle Board of Review on July 19, 2012.

 

Austin Enderson-Ohrt

Austin Enderson-Ohrt led a project at the Izaak Walton League in Cedar Rapids. He built four shotgun racks, two scorer chairs and cement patched the trap house. The project will benefit the Izaak Walton members and guests that use the shotgun trap range. The project required 176 hours. Austin passed his Eagle Board of Review on July 19, 2012.

 

Jonathan Sladek

Jonathan Sladek led a project Polk Elementary School. He built a rolling gym equipment locker that will be used at Taylor Elementary School. The project required 64 hours. Jonathan passed his Eagle Board of Review on June 21, 2012.

 

Nicholas Losby

Nicholas Losby led a project at Four Oaks: The Bridge. He tore up old drainage tile and replaced it with new pipes so that the daycare could play outside more often. The new drainage tile allowed proper draining of the water, which allowed the kids to use the playground after it rained. The project required 181 hours. Nicholas passed his Eagle Board of Review on June 21, 2012.

 

Peyton McGuire

Peyton McGuire led a project at Olivet Neighborhood Mission in Cedar Rapids. He constructed a garden arbor and garden boxes that the patrons of the Mission can use to plant food. Peyton dedicated the project to the memory of fellow Troop 766 Eagle Scout Grant Rutherford. The project required 102 hours. Peyton passed his Eagle Board of Review on June 21, 2012.

 

Austin Bailey

Austin Bailey led a project at Nixon Elementary School. He built storage shelves in an existing storage garage. The garage was built by two other Troop 766 Eagle Scouts. The project included clearning out all of the items, cleaning the debris, building the shelves, installing them and returning all of the items in an organized manner. The project required 84 hours. Austin passed his Eagle Board of Review on March 15, 2012.

 

Eric Bertroche

Eric Bertroche led a project at Usher's Ferry. He painted one of buildings that was damaged during the 2008 flood. The project consisted of chipping, priming and painting the damaged building. The project required 160 hours. Eric passed his Eagle Board of Review on January 19, 2012.

 

Nicholas Scharf

Nicholas Scharf led a project at Prairie Woods Spirituality Center. He constructed a firewood shelter to protect the wood they collect on the premises. The firewood is then sold as a fundraiser. The project required 201 hours. Nicholas passed his Eagle Board of Review on January 19, 2012.

 

Zachary Tinkey

Zachary Tinkey led a project at Usher's Ferry. He replaced a boardwalk that was damaged in the flood of 2008. The project involved the removal of the old 8'X15' boardwalk and construction of a new 8'X40' boardwalk. The project required 158 hours. Zachary passed his Eagle Board of Review on January 19, 2012.

 

Michael Thompson

Michael Thompson led a project at Chain of Lakes Bridge. He built 15 steps into a hill that replaced the steep gravel path on the other side of the bridge. The project required 16 railroad ties. The ground around the steps were also cleared of brush and covered with grass seed. The project required 74 hours. Michael passed his Eagle Board of Review on January 19, 2012.

 

Adam Walker

Adam Walker led a project at Clark Park in Hiawatha, Iowa. He constructed a covered bench that was located off a walking trail. The project included the construction of the bench, landscaping around the bench and a stone path leading to the bench. The Eagle project was in memory of James & Jeanette Faas. The project required 141 hours. Adam passed his Eagle Board of Review on January 19, 2012.

 

Nathaniel Ford

Nathaniel Ford led a project at Four Oaks the Bridge. He replaced old hazardous mulch at the playground and replaced it with new rubber mulch to help the children that used the playground. The project also consisted of removing the old mulch and tarp. The project required 132 hours. Nathaniel passed his Eagle Board of Review on January 19, 2012.

 

Joshua Lyman

Joshua Lyman led a project for the University of Iowa Children's Hospital. He coordinated the remodeling of an ATV to be used in ATV safety courses. The project required 145 hours. Joshua passed his Eagle Board of Review on January 19, 2012.

 

Michael McCune

Michael McCune led a project at Harding Middle School that involved cleaning the pond area, removing trash, weeds and cleaning out debris in the drains. Perennial plants were planted after the area was cleared. A storage unit in the gym was also cleared to prepare for a large HVAC project at Harding. The project required 132 hours. Michael passed his Eagle Board of Review on November 16, 2011.

 

Lantz Sievert

Lantz Sievert led a project at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Church that planted 9 hedges, painted an eight foot brick wall next to the church cooling unit, stained the large wooden cross and landscaped the area that surrounds the cross. The project required 132 hours. Lantz passed his Eagle Board of Review on April 21, 2011.

 

Andrew Laing

Andrew Laing led a project that installed red-charcoal Holland paving bricks under four sitting benches and under a picnic table beside Viola Gibson Elementary School in Cedar Rapids. The project required 187 hours. Andrew passed his Eagle Board of Review on March 17, 2011.

 

Alexander Janechek

Alexander Janechek led a project that removed and thinned overgrown shrubs and added new plants at Taft Middle School in Cedar Rapids. He also landscaped around the school sign, trimmed trees and added decorative bark. The project required 165 hours. Alexander passed his Eagle Board of Review on February 17, 2011.

 

Ethan Williams

Ethan Williams led a project that built a sheltered bench on the Cedar Valley Nature Trail for Morgan Creek Park. The bench is made to give occupants a chance to rest along the 52 mile trail. The bench was dedicated to a deceased Eagle Scout from Troop 35; Dern H. Balster. The project required 100 hours. Ethan passed his Eagle Board of Review on January 20, 2011.

 

Jacob Schoneman

Jacob Schoneman led a project that landscaped around the building for Horizons-A Family Service Alliance in downtown Cedar Rapids. He installed rock, new plants, edging and new grass. The project required 98 hours. Jacob passed his Eagle Board of Review on November 18, 2010.

 

Mason McCune

Mason McCune led a project that built custom benches and planter boxes for Horizons-A Family Service Alliance in downtown Cedar Rapids. The project required 202 hours. Mason passed his Eagle Board of Review on November 18, 2010.

 

Davis Sutton

Davis Sutton led a project that redesigned and landscaped a garden at Jackson Elementary near the Pre-school. He also built four wooden dividers to be used by special needs students in the classrooms. The project required 179 hours. Davis passed his Eagle Board of Review on November 18, 2010.

 

John Tollefson

John Tollefson led a project that built a sidewalk made of paving stones to an entrance at Four Oaks in Cedar Rapids. The project required 127 hours. John passed his Eagle Board of Review on October 21, 2010.

 

Kyle Fischer

Kyle Fischer led a project constructing and installing a Weather Station at Kennedy High School in Cedar Rapids, including a VHF radio and antenna to make the weather data available on a public website. The project required 303 hours. Kyle passed his Eagle Board of Review on April 15, 2010.

 

Matthew Nesslage

Matthew Nesslage led a project building a covered bench and landscaping around it at Clark Park in Hiawatha. The project required 116 hours. Matthew passed his Eagle Board of Review on March 11, 2010.

 

Nolan Butler

Nolan Butler led a project at Fay Clark Park in Hiawatha constructing a covered park bench and landscaping the surrounding area. The project required 118 hours. Nolan passed his Eagle Board of Review on February 18, 2010.

 

Ben Fiedler

Ben Fiedler led a food drive for the Veterans Affairs Office and organized their warehouse and clothing supply. The project required 108 hours. Ben passed his Eagle Board of Review on February 18, 2010.

 

Killian Magee

Killian Magee led a project that removed old gravel and put in new rubber chips at the daycare located at Lovely Lane United Methodist Church. Killian also made a science and music area, constructed a box and built a picnic table for the children to use. The project required 375 hours. Killian passed his Eagle Board of Review on December 17, 2009.

 

Matthew Eltze

Matthew Eltze led a project that built a forty foot long wooden and Trex board bench at Nixon Elementary School. The bench also serves as a retaining wall that prevents wood chips from washing away. The bench serves as a place to sit for teachers, students and those who live in the area. The project required 239 hours. Matthew passed his Eagle Board of Review on December 17, 2009.

 

Collin Sawyer

Collin Sawyer led a project that repainting the Blacksmith Shop at Usher's Ferry Historical Village. The project was needed to refurbish the building after the 2008 floods. The project required 102 hours. Collin passed his Eagle Board of Review on November 12, 2009.

 

Grant Ajango

Grant Ajango led a project that scraped, primed and painted the Visitor's Center at Usher's Ferry Historical Village. The project was needed to refurbish the building after the 2008 floods. The project required 122 hours. Grant passed his Eagle Board of Review on November 12, 2009.

 

Tyler Hupp

Tyler Hupp led a project rebuilt a rain garden at Lovely Lane United Methodist Church. The garden was built in 2003, but was not draining properly. Tyler had to salvage any good plants, install a drainage system, mix up the soil with compost and plant new and salvaged plants. The project required 225 hours. Tyler passed his Eagle Board of Review on August 20, 2009.

 

Jonathan Jenkins

Jonathan Jenkins led a project that sided, constructed an internal wall and painted a new 24'X24' garage at Nixon Elementary School. The garage was built and roofed as part of Jonathan Warnock's Eagle project. The school will use the garage for storage. The project required 360 hours. Jonathan passed his Eagle Board of Review on August 20, 2009.

 

Nolan Herlocker

Nolan Herlocker led a project rebuilding a three foot high, 200 foot long retaining wall for Christ Episcopal Church. The project saved the church over $25,000. The project required 270 hours. Nolan passed his Eagle Board of Review on June 23, 2009.

 

Christopher Sneller

Christopher Sneller led a project for Cedar Hills Community Church building a retaining wall around trees and flowers in front of the church. The project required 127 hours. Christopher passed his Eagle Board of Review on May 21, 2009.

 

Karl Salamon

Karl Salamon led a project at the Brucemore Historical Site building a fence for the children's garden consisting of 8' sections of fence and 4' gates. The project required 89 hours. Karl passed his Eagle Board of Review on April 16, 2009.

 

Jonathan Warnock

Jonathan Warnock led a project for Nixon Elementary School building a 24'x24' storage garage for playground equipment. The project required 252 hours. Jonathan passed his Eagle Board of Review on March 19, 2009.

 

John Fogliano

John Fogliano led a project for the Prairiewood's Franciscan Spirituality Center building a concrete wall around a fire pit to create seating. The project required 226 hours. John passed his Eagle Board of Review on March 19, 2009.

 

Richard Sutton

Richard Sutton led a project for Cedar Hills Community Church building a living snow fence consisting of three 30' long berms spaced twenty feet apart. Bushes were planted on top the berms and blue spruce were planted between them. The project required 103 hours. Richard passed his Eagle Board of Review on February 19, 2009.

 

Logan Butler

Logan Butler led a project for the DNR installing eleven sections of split-rail fence along the Cedar Valley Nature Trail. The project required 99 hours. Logan passed his Eagle Board of Review on January 22, 2009.

 

Aric Myers

Aric Myers led a project building and landscaping a handicap accessible sidewalk leading to the side entry of the Izaak Walton League Club House. The project required 180 hours. Aric passed his Eagle Board of Review on November 20, 2008.

 

Joshua Svenson

Joshua Svenson led a project building a covered bench and landscaping around it at Clark Park in Hiawatha. The project required 117 hours. Joshua passed his Eagle Board of Review on October 16, 2008.

 

Brandon Walker

Brandon Walker led a project planting 64 trees around the new Hiawatha City Hall. The project required 170 hours. Brandon passed his Eagle Board of Review on September 11, 2008.

 

Eli Krambeer

Eli Krambeer led a project insulating a storage shed and building an archery backstop to hold targets for the Izaak Walton League. The project required 106 hours. Eli passed his Eagle Board of Review on July 10, 2008.

 

Alan Lohff

Alan Lohff led a project at Camp Fires USA 's Camp Hitaga to build two stations of a challenge course to be used by campers to learn teamwork. The project required 104 hours. Alan passed his Eagle Board of Review on February 14, 2008.

 

Spencer Kelly

Spencer Kelly led a project for the Linn County Historic Preservation Committee to build an information kiosk about the Lincoln Highway at Squaw Creek Park. The project required 221 hours. Spencer passed his Eagle Board of Review on February 14, 2008.

 

Joshua Bruegge

Joshua Bruegge led a project that built and placed 31 structures for fish habitat at Pleasant Creek State Park . The project required 90 hours. Joshua passed his Eagle Board of Review on December 13, 2007.

 

Alex Krivit

Alex Krivit led a project that organized a Juvenile Diabetes Walk. The project required 116 hours. Alex passed his Eagle Board of Review on October 11, 2007.

 

Evan Herlocker

Evan Herlocker led a project that installed a dry fire hydrant that gets water from a pond instead of water pipes in the Oak Valley Estates Neighborhood. The project required 163 hours. Evan passed his Eagle Board of Review on September 13, 2007.

 

Craig Aucutt

Craig Aucutt led a project that torn down the old swing set, then replaced and mulched a new swing set at Palo City Park . The project required 160 hours. Craig passed his Eagle Board of Review on June 14, 2007.

 

Tyler Kelchen

Tyler Kelchen led a project that landscaped, installed a trellis and a brick patio at church. The project required 120 hours. Tyler passed his Eagle Board of Review on October 12, 2006.

 

Peter Reyland

Peter Reyland led a project that painted the barn at Seminole Valley . The project required 77 hours. Peter passed his Eagle Board of Review on September 14, 2006.

 

Jordan Arneson

Jordan Arneson led a project that he planned, organized, acquired equipment/supplies, implement the project, supervised and assisted where needed when installing a chain-linked fence and trash bins and repainted equipment for the city of Palo . The project required 167 hours. Jordan passed his Eagle Board of Review on July 15, 2006.

 

John Schulz

John Schulz led a project that planned, organized, acquired equipment/supplies, trees, implement, supervised and assisted as needed in the building of a camp fire area at Camp Tanager . The project required 170 hours. John passed his Eagle Board of Review on April 13, 2006.

 

Gunnar Grado

Gunnar Grado led a project that made benches for Loaves and Fishes Food Pantry, put backs on shelves and planted bushes. The project required 148 hours. Gunnar passed his Eagle Board of Review on March 9, 2006.

 

Lucas Greif

Lucas Greif led a project that planned and built an archery tower at the Linn County Izaak Walton League. The project required 324 hours. Lucas passed his Eagle Board of Review on January 12, 2006.

 

Eric Walker

Eric Walker led a project that planned and obtained building materials and built two dugouts with benches and storage container at Diamond 4 in Guthridge Park in Hiawatha. This also includes priming and painting both dugouts. The project required 478 hours. Eric passed his Eagle Board of Review on November 10, 2005.

 

Anthony Rohr

Anthony Rohr led a project that laid a wheelchair accessible cement path to the shotgun range and a path to connect the clubhouse to the shotgun range at Izaak Walton League. The project required 162 hours. Anthony passed his Eagle Board of Review on August 9, 2005.

 

Brad Krivit

Brad Krivit led a project by making a walking archery course in the woods at the Izaak Walton League. The project required 173 hours. Brad passed his Eagle Board of Review on August 9, 2005.

 

Steven Coonrod

Steven Coonrod led a project that scraped and repainted bleachers, concession stand and dugouts for the Kennedy Junior Baseball Organization. The project required 211 hours. Steven passed his Eagle Board of Review on July 12, 2005.

 

Nicholas Ryder

Nicholas Ryder led a project for the Raptor Center and built fifteen 10”X22” birdhouses. The birdhouses were then placed on the back of road signs. The project required 133 hours. Nicholas passed his Eagle Board of Review on July 12, 2005.

 

Graham Sawyer

Graham Sawyer led a project at the Izaak Walton League that rebuilt trenches for target holders on the rifle range. The project required 110 hours. Graham passed his Eagle Board of Review on July 12, 2005.

 

Michael Sneller

Michael Sneller led a project that built an equipment storage shed at the Palo Baseball diamond for Kennedy High School . The project required 125 hours. Michael passed his Eagle Board of Review on January 13, 2005.

 

Justin Svenson

Justin Svenson led his project which planted 143 small trees and shrubs along the Cedar Valley Nature Trail to replace trees removed for new construction. The project required 112 hours. Justin passed his Eagle Board of Review on December 9, 2004.

 

Cal Valenta

Cal Valenta led his project in the planting of two bushes, trimming, and putting in a flower bed at Willis Dady Emergency Shelter. The project required 84 hours. Cal passed his Eagle Board of Review on May 27, 2004.

 

Adam Bertroche

Adam Bertroche led his project in building a pavilion at the Metro Youth Football complex. The project required 357 hours. Adam passed his Eagle Board of Review on December 11, 2003.

 

Matthew Nurre

Matthew Nurre led a project that reconstructed an existing brick walkway and constructed a new brick walkway at Ushers Ferry. The project required 143 hours. Matthew passed his Eagle Board of Review on March 13, 2003.

 

David Hansen

David Hansen led a project which planted, mulched and watered 450 trees at Morgan Creek County Park . The project required 102 hours. David passed his Eagle Board of Review on February 13, 2003.

 

Mark Groth

Mark Groth led a project that installed a new entrance sign and planted roadway shrubbery at Izaak Walton League. The project required 107 hours. Mark passed his Eagle Board of Review on December 10, 2002.

 

Dain Spurgeon

Dain Spurgeon led a project that constructed a water landscape feature at Linn County Wickiup Hill Outdoor Learning Center . The project required 179 hours. Dain passed his Eagle Board of Review on December 10, 2002.

 

Curtis Aucutt

Curtis Aucutt led a project that searched the internet for religious plays and skits for drama team to perform for the congregation. The project required 59 hours. Curtis passed his Eagle Board of Review on December 10, 2002.

 

Joseph Holub

Joseph Holub led a project that cleared and tilling of an overgrown area, built a walkway, and pole shelter at Izaak Walton League. The project required 139 hours. Joseph passed his Eagle Board of Review on November 12, 2002.

 

Eric Saindon

Eric Saindon led a project that painted the Little Theater area at Franklin Middle School . The project required 100 hours. Eric passed his Eagle Board of Review on September 10, 2002.

 

Andrew Jenson

Andrew Jenson led a project that assembled a planter at his church. The project required 102 hours. Andrew passed his Eagle Board of Review on September 10, 2002.

 

Jeffrey Smith

Jeffrey Smith led a project that removed the landscaping at Lovely Lane Methodist Church to make room for addition, then auctioned the plants to help pay for the rental of a tree spade. The project required 144 hours. Jeffery passed his Eagle Board of Review on September 10, 2002.

 

Tyler Bertroche

Tyler Bertroche led a project that refurbished the restroom facility at Izaak Walton League. The project required 242 hours. Tyler passed his Eagle Board of Review on September 10, 2002.

 

Conor Magee

Conor Magee led a project that raised funds to have memorial trees moved at Lovely Lane Methodist Church . The project required 188 hours. Conor passed his Eagle Board of Review on September 10, 2002.

 

Benjamin O'Connor

Benjamin O'Connor led a project that improved the labyrinth area of Prairie Wood Retreat Center . The project required 124 hours. Benjamin passed his Eagle Board of Review on May 14, 2002.

 

Timothy Polehna

Timothy Polehna led a project that made educational games and blocks for low income “at risk” preschool children. The project required 55 hours. Timothy passed his Eagle Board of Review on March 12, 2002.

 

Justin Williams

Justin Williams led a project that installed 500 flag holders next to Veterans graves at the Oak Shade Cemetery . The project required 162 hours. Justin passed his Eagle Board of Review February 12, 2002.

 

Matthew Gram

Matthew Gram led a project that completed repairs and painted the Church at Ushers Ferry. The project required 144 hours. Matthew passed his Eagle Board of Review on February 12, 2002.

 

Zachary Naggatz

Zachary Naggatz led a project that planted trees at Pinicon Ridge. The project required 71 hours. Zachary passed his Eagle Board of Review on December 14, 2001.

 

Matthew Rowbotham

Matthew Rowbotham led a project that converted a garaged into a youth meeting room at Christ Episcopal Church. The project required 129 hours. Matthew passed his Eagle Board of Review on December 11, 2001.

 

Aaron Kandt

Aaron Kandt led a project that expanded the amphitheater and refurbishment of the clay pigeon dugouts at the Izaak Walton League. The project required 218 hours. Aaron passed his Eagle Board of Review on December 11, 2001.

 

Paul Barnett

Paul Barnett led a project that constructed a 10'X16' storage shed for Christ Episcopal Church. The project required 259 hours. Paul passed his Eagle Board of Review on September 11, 2001.

 

Tyler Buelow

Tyler Buelow led a project that designed and constructed a prayer circle in the woods for Prairie Woods Spiritual Center . The project required 118 hours. Tyler passed his Eagle Board of Review on September 11, 2001.

 

Christopher Widen

Christopher Widen led a project that scraped and painted two sets of bleachers at the Kennedy High School Baseball Diamond. The project required 95 hours. Christopher passed his Eagle Board of Review on July 10, 2001.

 

Samuel Ostrander

Samuel Ostrander led a project that sanded, washed, and taped lockers at Regis Middle School in preparation of painting. The project required 98 hours. Samuel passed his Eagle Board of Review on July 10, 2001.

 

Quinten Kandt

Quinten Kandt led a project that restored and painted six baseball dugouts at Hiawatha Guthridge Park . The project required 171 hours. Quinten passed his Eagle Board of Review on March 13, 2001.

 

Christopher Gensicke

Christopher Gensicke led a project that demolished two abandoned structures at the Cedar Rapids Izaak Walton League. The project required 229 hours. Christopher passed his Eagle Board of Review on February 13, 2001.

 

Grant Rutherford

Grant Rutherford led a project that constructed a 10'X14' shed for the Kennedy High School baseball team. The project required 237 hours. Grant passed his Eagle Board of Review on February 13, 2001.

 

Michael Goodsmith

Michael Goodsmith led a project that restored an abandoned archery trail at the Izaak Walton League. The project required 112 hours. Michael passed his Eagle Board of Review on February 13, 2001

 

Jeffery Coe

Jeffery Coe planned led a project that painted the Kennedy High School Baseball Complex's bleachers and buildings. The project required 105 hours. Jeffery passed his Eagle Board of Review on February 13, 2001.

 

Ryan Rezin

Ryan Rezin led a project that restored the air gun trail at the Izaak Walton League. The project required 100 hours. Ryan passed his Eagle Board of Review on October 10, 2000.

 

Jeffery Rezin

Jeffery Rezin led a project that removed debris and constructed a trail and benches at Prairiewoods Spiritual Center . The project required 152 hours. Jeffery passed his Eagle Board of Review on October 3, 2000.

 

Ben Armfield

Ben Armfield led a project that constructed an enclosed bench at Prairie Woods Retreat. The project required 172 hours. Ben passed his Eagle Board of Review September 12, 2000.

 

Bryan Williams

Bryan Williams led a project that painted the rifle range building, two shelters, and the bird blind at the Izaak Walton League Rifle Range. The project required 118 hours. Bryan passed his Eagle Board of Review on July 11, 2000.

 

Andrew Widen

Andrew Widen led a project that collected furniture, books, and bookcases to setup a library at the Willis Daly Emergency Shelter. The project required 102 hours. Andrew passed his Eagle Board of Review on March 14, 2000.

Last Updated 02/17/2017