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Cole and Harrison earn Eagle Scout awards

FALLBROOK – Venture Crew 704 is pleased to announce that Trevor Cole has earned his Eagle Scout Award. Sixteen year old Trevor is a junior at Fallbrook High School and is also part of the C.E.R.T. (Community Emergency Response Team) for Fallbrook.

Trevor completed his Eagle project at the Pico Promenade where he installed a split rail fence that took 145 volunteer hours to complete.

Trevor says, “Scouting is a place where you meet a bunch of new friends. It is also the place where I learned to continue on even through hard times.”

Connor Harrison, of Fallbrook Troop 755, recently earned his Eagle Award. Connor, age 17, is a senior at Fallbrook High School where he is on the Presidential Honor Roll. He was also named the JV Water Polo Most Inspirational Player, and the JV Tennis Most Valuable Player.

Connor’s project was to build shade structures at the Fallbrook Youth Baseball fields. It took 126 volunteer hours to complete his project.

Connor says, “The most influential person that helped me through scouting was Gregg Stearns. He was the scoutmaster when I was younger. He gave great advice to live by and he made scouting enjoyable.”


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