Troop 210 – 1st Presbyterian Church of Utica, Michigan
Boy Scouts of America
CONTACT: Mike Hardy (248) 512-4511
WHAT: Troop 210, Chartered by the First Presbyterian Church of Utica, is pleased to announce its 2008-2009 class of Eagle Scouts.
Bradley Schoenherr - Brad began Scouts as a Tiger Cub. Little did he know it would evolve into a path to becoming an Eagle Scout! Scouting has allowed Brad the opportunity to attend the National Jamboree in Virginia, the Philmont Scout Ranch in New Mexico, Mammoth Cave in Kentucky and the Florida Sea Base. In memory of his love for his dog Carmel, that had died a few months earlier, Brad wanted to do something for dogs. He contacted the Rochester Hills Humane Society. They indicated that there was a need for homemade dog leashes. Brad then oversaw the completion of 242 dog leashes. The Humane Society had hoped for 30! Brad is currently attending Macomb County Community College where he is studying for an engineering degree. Brad is the son of Kathy and Dennis Schoenherr.
Evan Hardy - awarded the rank of Eagle Scout by the National Council of the Boy Scouts of America, November 2008. Evan joined Scouting at age 14 and was highly active in Scouting’s High Adventure programs and the 2005 National Scout Jamboree. Evan earned his Varsity letters at Stevenson High School in Cross Country, and Swimming, was a member in Key Club and appointed to the Sterling Heights Youth Consortium. His Eagle project consisted of landscaping and building benches for the First Presbyterian Church of Utica. Evan is an interpretive guide at BSA’s Northern Tier Canoe Base in northern Minnesota. Evan is currently taking classes at MCCC and plans on transferring to Michigan State to study Education and Political Sciences next fall. Evan is the son of Mike and Melissa Hardy.
Anthony Montana – Anthony’s first experience in scouting was the beginning of 10 years filled with campouts, hiking, and development of an appreciation and respect for the environment. Because of Anthony’s life-long membership at St. Lawrence Catholic Parish, he wanted his Eagle Project to benefit its associated school and the people it serves. Working with Rev. Robert Fisher, Anthony refurbished three basketball nets on the school's playground, installed lighting to illuminate the school’s flagpole, and helped refurbish the school’s baseball backstop. Anthony is a junior at DeLasalle Collegiate High School, and a Cadet in the Civil Air Patrol. Anthony is the son of Joe and Rosemary Montana.
These young men join an impressive group of individuals who are also Eagle Scouts such as former President Gerald Ford, astronaut James Lovell, and director Steven Spielberg.
Sterling Height’s Boy Scout Troop 210 offers a complete program for a Scouting adventure for young men 11-18 years old. From local camping and service projects to high adventure Troop “2-ten” has done it all. For more information contact Mike Hardy at 586-566-6494 or visit us at http://www.troop2ten.org.