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National Eagle Scout Association

There have been many famous Eagle Scouts throughout the first one hundred years of Scouting. Many governmental leaders, including President Gerald Ford and numerous senators, governors, and representatives, were Eagles. Famous business leaders include H. Ross Perot and Sam Walton. Some other noteworthy Eagles include Neil Armstrong, Mike Rowe, and Steven Spielberg.

Joining this illustrious list are the following Eagles from Troop 197:

2008

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Seth Nieciecki Eagle #1

In 2008, Seth's Eagle project involved over 300 man-hours and focused on the Brick and Cement Walkway for the main entrance into Fellowship United Methodist Church (our charter organization). It remains a focal point of the main entrance to the church today.

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Dylan Craig Eagle #2

In 2008, Dylan's Eagle Project focused on the building of an outdoor raised gardening area for the Rutherford County Home of the Elderly. His project included over 200 man-hours and left the residents with a place to spend time outdoors in wheelchairs planting flowers & gardens. It will be enjoyed for years to come.

2009

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Mason Riley Eagle #3

In 2009, Mason's Eagle Project involved over 150 man-hours of service and focused on beautification of his church, Riverdale Baptist Church. He also built a new flower bed & rock wall for the church sign. It will be visible to all of the church congregation for years to come.

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Wesley Riley Eagle #4

In 2009, Wesley's Eagle project involved over 200 man-hours and involved the removal and the rebuilding of a new Storage Building for his church, Riverdale Baptist Church. One of the side products of Wesley's project was that the troop was able to take the old storage building & rebuild it into our new Quartermaster Building. The church will be able to use the building for many years to come.

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Brandon Hazlett Eagle #5

In 2009, Brandon's Eagle project revitalized over 100 picnic tables at a city park. The tables had all been painted on & carved in. Brandon developed a work schedule and plan over a three week period that enabled him & the Troop to make all the tables in the park appear brand new. It was a dusty and messy project, but was certainly needed and well executed.

2010

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Austin Duke Eagle #6

In 2010, Austin's Eagle project involved over 200 man-hours and focused on the construction of an outdoor classroom for his church. He planned, organized, and help remove trees and shrubs in the area and then built benches and a sitting area for the classroom. A welcome outdoor area that will be used by all the members of his church for long time.

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Dylan Sparschu Eagle #7

In 2010, Dylans Project focused on bettering the overall quality of life at a local rehabilitation center. He remodeled the interior of an existing storage facility and painted the building, cleaned areas around it & made an outdoor gaming center for patients to relax & play games at.

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Trevor Patterson Eagle #8

In 2009, Trevors Eagle project focused on the area beatification of the local Salvation Church and Community Center here in Murfreesboro. Trevor's project took several different weekends to complete and included repairing their flagpole with a boom truck. The flagpole had been broken for sometime, but now the flags are flown there everyday.

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Justin Schneider Eagle #9

In 2010, Justin's project helped better the information dissemination at local city park. He planned, collected the supplies necessary, and supervised the construction of an information center at Barfield Park in Murfreesboro. The final result is an information center that was constructed just like the existing centers and that blended in so well it appears as though it has been there since the park was constructed.

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Thomas Capps Eagle #10

In 2010, Thomas developed, planned, and built a new storage building for his church. His project had over 200 man hours involved and resulted in the improvement of the overall quality of storage for his church. At the conclusion of his project, Thomas was able to see for himself and his troop the power of teamwork.

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Thomas Capps Eagle #10

In 2010, Thomas developed, planned, and built a new storage building for his church. His project had over 200 man hours involved and resulted in the improvement of the overall quality of storage for his church. At the conclusion of his project, Thomas was able to see for himself and his troop the power of teamwork.

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Bradley Cunningham Eagle #12

Removing the “Chinese Privet” evasive plants at Stones River Battlefield. Scouts cut it out and then the rangers would spray it to kill the plants. Lots of cleaning out of the fence rows.

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Johnathan Green Eagle #13

Helped the teachers at Wilson Elementary School. He planned, fundraised, and oversaw his project. He built new benches and coverings for the teachers to use while they watch their students outside on the playground. In the school’s common grounds, there were also 3 large trees planted to add shade. The teachers, faculty, and students all seem to enjoy the addition.

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Austin Hill Eagle #14

Constructed bridges, handrails, and benches to keep people from slipping and falling on the Prayer Trail, making it safer and more enjoyable for people who use the trail. We built a bridge over a marshy low area, handrails to help support people walking over difficult terrain and benches at specific areas for people that want to rest and reflect. The trail is open to church members and the community.

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Joey Onkst Eagle #15

Benefited the Room in the Inn in Murfreesboro, TN. which averages a house full of 22 people a night in her small 4 bedroom facility where space is a premium. My Eagle Project was to sort & clean openly stored equipment and landscape the playground area, add playground equipment. I also plan to try & reorganize the openly stored furniture into an existing storage area. We completed it in One workday. We completely emptied, clean and put back the storage Room. We hauled off over 5 truck loads of debris & damaged items. Over 25 Scouts and Leaders assisted in cutting weeds, bushes as well as mulching & cleaning the playground and family area.

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John Hill Eagle #16

Built a memorial garden to commemorate the memory of passed members of Crossway Baptist Church and their loved ones. The project consisted of planting and seeding grass, installing memorial pavers, constructing a garden, building benches, and an archway at the entrance. The Memorial Cross was the center point of the entire garden. 108 8”x 4” paver stones engraved with the names of church members and their loved ones who have passed away. The pavers all formed the shape of a cross in the ground.

2012

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Trey Hill Eagle #17

Refurbished a local shelter, Room at the Inn, painting and installing cabinets, laid new linoleum and painted front door.

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Michael Pigott Eagle #18

Project benefitting the VA Complex - Alvin C York Campus

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Trent Pyrz Eagle #19

In 2012, Trent's project was building an outdoor classroom for CrossWay Baptist Church along their prayer trail. The classroom was about halfway down the trail, it consisted of 6 handmade wooden benches, a tree stump podium, and mulching around the area.

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Austin Janke Eagle #20

In 2012, Austin designed and managed construction of a 9/11 Memorial Garden for the Rutherford County Sheriff's Department. This garden consists of a large circular sidewalk surrounded with trees, which signifies the never ending memory of those lives lost, and two reflecting ponds representing the voids left by the towers as a result of the attacks. The garden is conjoined to a 9/11 Monument built by the Sheriff's Department, (which consists of an "I-Beam" from the first tower attacked on September 11, 2001) and serves as a memorial for those who lost their lives in these terrifying attacks.

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Justin Langley Eagle #21

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Joseph Donovan Eagle #22

Removing a mass of invasive species at the McFadden Farms for the Stones River Battlefield. The area we're working on is the Kentucky 'Orphans' of the CSA's last stand before being wiped out by the advancing Union.

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Austin Miller Eagle #23

Converted a big storage room into a food pantry & coat closet at St. Rose Catholic Church. He held a food & coat drive to fill it.

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Danielle Moore Eagle #24

Upgraded the wireless Infrastructure in Fellowship UMC for Internet access. He coordinated the install of Cisco Wireless Access Points in 5 different locations within the church. He also ran Cat5 cabling to hard-wire the Youth and Children's worship PCs since they were either wireless or not connected at all. He also coordinated the maintenance and cleaning of all the PC and monitors within the church.

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Christian Hoermann Eagle #25

Upgrading the network Infrastructure in Fellowship UMC for Internet access. He coordinated the install of Cisco Wireless Access Points in 5 different locations within the church. He also ran Cat5 cabling to hard-wire the Youth and Children's worship.

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