Thirteen Boy Scouts from Troop 10 in Leawood have earned the rank of Eagle.
Eagle projects from Sean Cokingtin, Maxwell C. Rohlf, Benjamin J. Rohleder, Patrick C. Velghe, Tully Kimminau, Aaron Gibson, Jeremy Day, Zachary Bissing, Calvin Tran, August Atzenweiler, Michael A. Navickas, William “Cameron” Baker and Eriq Garcia contributed more than 1,500 hours of service to the community, the troop said in a news release.
Their projects were:
Cokingtin, son of Quintin and Patricia Cokingtin, designed and built a mobile tuba stand for the band room at Turner High School in Kansas City, Kan. He is a junior at Blue Valley North.
Rohlf, son of Bob and Lisa Rohlf and Mary Beth and Todd Sloan, designed, planned and coordinated the construction and planting of a butterfly garden for Midnight Farms in Baldwin City, Kan. He is a senior at Blue Valley High School.
Rohleder, son of Steve and Aimee’ Rohleder, designed and constructed park benches and painted the basketball court for the Ozanam Boys and Girls Home. He is an eighth-grader at Leawood Middle School.
Velghe, son of James and Patricia Velghe, organized, repaired and refurbished 35 bicycles for the children of Spofford Home. He is an eighth grader at The Barstow School.
Kimminau, son of Kim and Leroy Kimminau designed, planned, built and coordinated donations for shelving to preserve client records and materials for Cross-Lines Community Outreach. He is a freshman at Johnson County Community College.
Gibson, son of Chuck and Margie Gibson, designed, planned and coordinated the completion of a butterfly garden for CLO’s Midnight Farms, a therapeutic ranch for adults and children with disabilities. He is a senior at Blue Valley High School.
Day, son of Julia and Robert Day, planned and coordinated the construction of two raised garden beds for the Ozanam Home. He is a junior at Blue Valley North.
Bissing, son of Jeff and Cherie Bissing, coordinated, planned and finished tree wafers to benefit the Roeland Park Community Child Care Facility. He is a senior at Blue Valley High School.
Tran, son of Tuan Tran and Mydung Cong, designed, planned and coordinated the construction of a mobile planter box for the Ozanam Boys and Girls Home. He is a senior at Blue Valley North.
Atzenweiler, son of Gena and Andy Atzenweiler, planned, coordinated and executed the rejuvenation of the playground at Immanuel Lutheran Church. He is a senior at Blue Valley North.
Navickas, son of Timothy and Elaine Navickas, designed, planned and coordinated the construction of an arbor over two existing benches at the Crittenton Children’s Center. He is a junior at St. Thomas Aquinas High School.
Baker, son of Rob and Debbie Baker, designed and built an outdoor Meditation Garden with a large wooden cross for The Church of the Resurrection. He is a sophomore at Blue Valley North.
Garcia, son of Lisa and James Duncan, designed and coordinated the installation of six stations of environmental signage for special-needs campers on the Midnight Farm Nature and Horse Trail. He is a junior at Blue Valley North.
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