Danny Revoir stands at the entrance to the historic John Hack Cemetery.
Danny Revoir kneels in front of the sign that tells the history of the John Hack Cemetery. Revoir's Eagle Scout project focused on beautifying the St. John cemetery.
ST. JOHN | Danny Revoir’s love of flags and a wish to preserve the town’s history evolved into an Eagle Scout project that has received local and national recognition.
HAMMOND | No one has to tell Nick Anglin how lucky he is and that it's a miracle he's still with us.
It's a wonder the upcoming generations in Northwest Indiana have any civility toward one another at all given the way they see some of the adults behave toward one another.
VALPARAISO | Clinton Welton, a junior at Valparaiso High School, recently completed his final Eagle Scout project at Opportunity Enterprises’ Annabelle Group Home, where he built a work table for the garage, raised flower beds, and a garden swing.
CEDAR LAKE | The Cedar Lake Town Council has approved a Scout’s plan to put up a new monument sign at Lake of the Red Cedars.
CHESTERTON | To qualify for Eagle Scout status, Logan Castro would have to put 150 hours of community service into a project.
LANSING | Kevan Polanski successfully completed his Eagle Board of Review on April 8 and is now officially an Eagle Scout. A formal presentation will be held at a later date.
VALPARAISO | Landon Davison, a senior at Valparaiso High School recently completed his final Eagle Scout project at Opportunity Enterprises’ Appletree Group Home, where he built a 21 foot long wheelchair ramp leading from the back deck of the home into the backyard.
LANSING | Scout Matt Stutler of Troop 276 successfully completed his Eagle Board of Review on Feb. 4 and attained the Eagle Scout rank.
VALPARAISO | Jacob Korba, a senior at Chesterton High School and member of Chesterton Boy Scout Troop 929, recently completed his final Eagle Scout project at Opportunity Enterprises’ Respite Home. His overall project was multi-faceted and extensive, involving several smaller projects includ…
This month, the Boy Scouts of America celebrates its 102nd anniversary. Since its beginning on Feb. 8, 1910, more than 110 million Americans have been members of the Scouting organization. This year, Scouting celebrates another important milestone, the 100th anniversary of the Eagle Scout Award.
Mark Buoscio, of Boy Scout Troop 271 in Lansing, is seen with Lansing Fire Chief Daniel Gregorovic, who is signing Buoscio's Eagle Scout project workbook. They are sitting on one of two benches Buoscio planned and installed for the Fire Department at Fire Station No. 2, at 18249 Chicago Ave.
LANSING | Mark Buoscio, of Boy Scout Troop 271 of Lansing, completed his Eagle Scout service project, which consisted of planning and directing the construction and installation of two benches and a table for the Lansing Fire Department.
The second Tee-Off for Charities golf outing will be held Aug. 20 at Youche Country Club, 2301 W. 129th Place, Crown Point. Registration begins at 7 a.m., with a shotgun start at 8.
SCHERERVILLE | Efforts to restore the town's oldest existing structure are moving slowly, but the backdrop is coming together.
Roger Jachna III not only has achieved scouting's highest rank, but has been called "outstanding" as well. Jachna, 15, was awarded the Lynn Darin Outstanding Eagle Scout Award as a member of Troop 542 based at St. Thomas More School in Munster.
GRIFFITH | Griffith Lutheran Church recently honored Luke Glass of Boy Scout Troop 264 for his work to create an access path to the church's public prayer garden.
Matt Miller of Valparaiso recently achieved something that only 5 percent of all Boy Scouts have achieved - he became an Eagle Scout.
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