Two recognized at Eagle Court of Honor

Asher Agers and Cameron Geraci recently were recognized at an Eagle Court of Honor at The Pavilion at Lemay.

Asher and Cameron have been active in Scouts since joining Cub Scouts in first grade at Blades Elementary. Both Eagle Scouts are members of Troop 824 at Washington Middle School.

Asher’s Eagle project involved geo-mapping trails at Shiloh National Military Park in Tennessee. Cameron’s Eagle project involved building cages for small animals at the Wildlife Rescue Center in Ballwin.

Asher and Cameron have each earned over 40 merit badges and four palms. Just 21 merit badges are required for Eagle Scout rank.

Both boys have attended Boy Scout summer camp each of the five years that they have been in Scouting.

Asher and Cameron completed the weeklong National Youth Leadership Training camp. In addition, both boys participated in the Order of the Arrow Call Out and completed the OA Ordeal.

Asher has attained OA Brotherhood and Cameron will attain OA Brotherhood in April.  Both boys have received the National Camping Award, the Conservation Good Turn Award and the National Outdoor Award.

Asher is currently junior assistant Scout-master after serving as senior patrol leader for the troop, and Cameron is troop guide after serving as patrol leader for three terms.

Both have held numerous other leadership roles in their troop.

The two have over 65 nights of camping and 30 hours of service. Both have completed the God and Family Program and the God and Church Program for Scouting.

Asher is a sophomore and will attend South County Tech next year with an emphasis in health sciences. After high school, Asher will pursue a degree in the medical field and hopes to enlist in a branch of the armed forces.

Cameron is a sophomore at Oakville High School, where he is a starter on the varsity football team. Cameron plans on attending college for engineering or landscape architecture. He would also like to play football in college.