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Central Kentucky Eagle Scouts

By Dorothea Wingo

dwingo@herald-leader.com

Cameron Lee
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The following Boy Scouts have been awarded the rank of Eagle Scout, the highest honor bestowed by the Boy Scouts of America:

▪  Nathan R. Webb, 17, a recent graduate of Scott County High School, was awarded the rank Feb. 29. He is a member of Troop No. 215, sponsored by First United Methodist Church. He is the son of Cindy and Mark Webb of Georgetown. For his Eagle Scout project, Nathan helped Georgetown Baptist Church plan and execute the collection of items for Operation Christmas Child. Nathan surpassed his goal and helped fill 170 boxes that were then shipped to children all over the world. His Court of Honor was May 10.

▪  Griffan Smarr, 18, a recent graduate of Woodford County High School, was awarded the rank in February. He is a member of Troop No. 1174, sponsored by Pisgah Church. He is the son of Julia and Jack Smarr of Versailles. For his Eagle Scout project, Griffan planned and constructed a handicap-accessible path from the parking lot to the office at Life Adventure Center in Woodford County. Griffan recently joined the Army Reserves. He is his family’s second son and the family’s third generation of Eagle Scouts.

▪  Michael Duzyk, 15, a sophomore at Lexington Catholic High School, was awarded the rank on Feb. 16. He is a member of Troop No. 93, sponsored by Cathedral of Christ the King. He is the son of Michaela and Dennis Duzyk of Lexington. Michael’s Eagle Scout project included the planning, fundraising, removal of existing materials and installation of a new landscape design for the O’Neill Center offices at the Cathedral of Christ the King.

▪  Cameron Lee, 18, a recent graduate of Franklin County High School, was awarded the rank in October 2015. He is a member of Troop No. 1, sponsored by First Christian Church. He is the son of Tonya and Michael Lee of Frankfort. For his Eagle Scout project, Cameron built an outdoor classroom for Peaks Mill Elementary School in Frankfort. The new classroom has six picnic tables and a fence with ivy, and the entire area was covered in mulch.

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