Colten Greenhill earns Eagle Scout rank

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Eagle Scout Colten Greenhill at the site of his service project. /Submitted photo

Colten Greenhill’s Eagle Scout Court of Honor was held Feb. 19 at Camp Oh-Da-Ko-Ta.

Greenhill started in Scouting with Pack 328 in 2005, than joined Troop 328 in Feb. 2011 and obtained Eagle Scout on Sept. 18, 2016.  His Eagle project included building 12 campsites, grooming 5 miles of hiking trails and installing trail marker sign posts in the woods at Westosha Central High School.

Greenhill’s Scouting accomplishments as recognized in his Court of Honor program are:

  • 36 Merit Badges.
  • 113 Camping Nights.
  • 124 Service Hours.
  • 101 Miles of Hiking.
  • 50 Miler Patch.
  • 2 One Mile Swim Awards.
  • National Youth Leadership Training ~Participation ~Staffing.
  • Order of the Arrow Brotherhood.
  • Den Chief Service Award.
  • Arrow of Light.
  • Recruiter Patch.
  • 4 Freeze Out Awards.
  • Polar Bear Swim.
  • BSA Scuba & Snorkeling.
  • Leave No Trace Award.
  • World Conservation Award.
  • Emergency Preparedness Award.
  • Historic Trails Award.
  • National Outdoor Award ~Camping segment ~Conservation segment.

Greenhill is the 43rd recorded Eagle Scout for Troop 328. The records only go back to 1970; there were more Eagles before that but they haven’t been verified yet.

Colten Greenhill was awarded several certificates of recognition at his Eagle Scout Court of Honor. Pictured are (from left) Diann Tesar, Eagle Scout Colten Greenhill, state Rep. Samantha Kerkman and county Supervisor John Poole. /Submitted photo

Colten Greenhill was awarded several certificates of recognition at his Eagle Scout Court of Honor. Pictured are (from left) Salem town Chariman Diann Tesar, Eagle Scout Colten Greenhill, state Rep. Samantha Kerkman and county Supervisor John Poole. /Submitted photo

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