Kyle Christopher Brown accepts his Eagle Scout.
On September 11, 2010 Kyle Christopher Brown of the Mt. Baker Council Venturing Crew 222 received his Eagle award at a special Court of Honor held in his behalf.
Brown was honored for his outstanding service in the community during his Boy Scout career as well as completion of all requirements to achieve the highest level in the Boy Scout program – that of Eagle Scout.
To become an Eagle Scout a young man must earn 21 badges and complete a special Eagle Project. Brown completed 23 badges.
For Brown’s Eagle project he organized 55 volunteers to put together 117 blankets for the March of Dimes. These blankets would go to premature babies and their families.
Becoming an Eagle Scout is quite an honor considering that only about 5 percent of all boy scouts reach the Eagle level. The Venturing Crew 222 has an average of about 40 percent.
Brown is the son of Lester and Glessie Brown. He has attended Granite Falls High School and is finishing his High School requirements through Running Start at Everett Community College.
He hopes to graduate high school with his Associate’s degree. His future plans are to major in Child Psychology and to go on a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints after graduation.
Wherever Brown goes or whatever he does he will always be an Eagle Scout. He will be proud to sit in many “Eagle Nests” and welcome in those who come after him into that prestigious group of Boy Scouts that achieved this honor through their hard work and dedication.