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Several students from Dubuque Senior earned the rank of Eagle Scout from the Northeast Iowa Council of the Boy Scouts.

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Jacob Farnum (11)

Jacob Farnum (11), of Troop 11, “built two large picnic tables, a small sandbox with a covered lid, a wooden stage platform, a chalkboard, a picnic table for kids, a music wall, and a rock slide for St. Joseph the Worker child care center.”

Farnum is a Class of 2018 Eagle Scout.

 

 

 

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Jackson Fisher (12)

Jackson Fisher (12), of Troop 7, “planted four trees at the Dubuque Soccer Complex to replace trees being wiped out by the emerald ash borer.”

The service project is just one of a variety of requirements before one may become an Eagle Scout. Those requirements are detailed here.

Fischer is a Class of 2018 Eagle Scout.

 

 

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Danny Fiske (12)

Danny Fiske (12), of Troop 69, “constructed a circular slab of concrete surrounded by six flagpoles for the branches of the United States armed forces, as well as the POW/MIA flag in Asbury City Park.”

Fiske is a Class of 2018 Eagle Scout.

 

 

 

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Adam Runde (12)

Adam Runde (12), of Troop 11, “built, assembled and installed 2 coat racks for St. Joseph the Worker Parish. He also ran a pancake breakfast that raised $1,260 for 72 children’s coats that he donated to Lincoln School, the Boys & Girls Club, and the Lantern Center.”

Runde is a 2019 Eagle Scout.

 

 

 

 

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Alex McLanahan (11)

Alex McLanahan (11), of Troop 94, “built and installed 10 fire pits for the Heritage Pond Campground for the Dubuque Conservation Board. The fire pits were built out of metal, painted and put on concrete slabs.”

McLanahan is a 2018 Eagle Scout.

 

 

 

 

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Andrew McLanahan (11)

Andrew McLanahan (11), of Troop 94, “built 10 picnic tables for the new Heritage Pond Campground for the Dubuque County Conservation Board.”

McLanahan is a 2018 Eagle Scout.

 

 

 

 

 

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Alex Oftedahl (11)

Alex Oftedahl (11), of Troop 94, “replaced old and rotting boards surround the playground and re-built an outdoor “kitchen play set” at the Grandview United Methodist Church in Dubuque.”

Oftedahl is a 2018 Eagle Scout.

 

 

 

 

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Kyle Schrumpf (12)

Kyle Schrumpf (12), of Troop 69, “installed 86 foot by 24 inch wide flower beds with a 4×4 inch natural limestone edging around the outdoor patio at Sunnycrest Manor in Dubuque. He filled the flower beds with flowers and mulch and added a Sunnycrest engraved rock on the west entrance of the patio.”

Schrumpf is a 2018 Eagle Scout.

 

 

 

Information is from the Telegraph Herald and The Northeast Iowa Council.

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