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Mehlville student earns Eagle rank

Mehlville student earns Eagle rank

Boy Scout Andrew Buchholz earned the organization’s highest rank — Eagle Scout.

He was honored for his accomplishment this summer during a Court of Honor ceremony.

Andrew, a sophomore at Mehlville Senior High School, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Eric Hanewinkel.

For his Eagle Scout project, he constructed an outdoor classroom at Margaret Buerkle Middle School.

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    Boy Scout Zacheriah James., a Mehlville Senior High School sophomore, recently earned the rank of Eagle Scout. A member of the Order of the Arrow, Zacheriah is very active in community service. He works with the special-needs Boy Scout troop and loves helping others, according to a news release.

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