These young men have earned the rank of Eagle Scout, the highest rank a Boy Scout can earn:
■ Nathan Arnold, 18, of Lexington was awarded the rank of Eagle Scout on March 7. He is a member of Troop No. 93, sponsored by Christ the King Church and is a 2012 graduate of Henry Clay High School. Arnold plans to attend the University of Kentucky this fall. He is the son of Keith and Sharon Arnold of Lexington. For his Eagle Scout leadership service project, Nathan Arnold and a team under his direction cleared unwanted sumac at McConnell Springs. He used the sumac to build two wattle (woven) fences in the children's garden at the Arboretum State Botanical Garden of Kentucky.
■ Grant Isaac May, 18, of Richmond was awarded the rank of Eagle Scout on May 6. May is a member of Troop No. 7, sponsored by Steve Isbell and Jeff Rainey. He is the son of Jerome and Gretchen May of Richmond. At the time of his award, he was a senior at Model Laboratory School in Richmond. For his Eagle Scout leadership service project, Arnold built two concession tables for Model Lab's baseball and softball teams and did some landscaping of the concession area.