Troop 22 scouts attain Eagle rank
Five members of the Pacific Skyline Council, Stanford District Troop 22, have attained the rank of Eagle Scout. They received their awards Sunday at an Eagle Scout Court of Honor ceremony.
The new Eagle Scouts are:
• Matthew Hulse, 15, a sophomore at Mountain View High School. For his Eagle project, Matthew built a large redwood bark tepee at the Ohlone Indian Village at Deer Hollow Farm at Rancho San Antonio Open Preserve. The tepee has a 10-foot diameter base and is 12 feet high. The project cost $2,000 and was funded by Big Creek Lumber, Friends of Deer Hollow Farm, Rancho San Antonio and private donors.
• Connor Robert Menden, 18, a senior at Mountain View High. For his Eagle project, Menden built a sports equipment storage shed for Blach Intermediate School. Private donations funded the project.
• Craig Austin Menden, 15, a sophomore at Mountain View High. Craig built an electronics equipment storage shed for Blach Intermediate School.The PTA funded the project.
• Chandler Nelson, 18, a senior at Pinewood School. Nelson worked with Operation: Care and Comfort, a nonprofit organization that supports up to 200 military units on a monthly basis. With private donations and a group of volunteers, Nelson assembled care packages to send to U.S. military service members serving in Afghanistan.
• Nathan Larson, 15, a sophomore at Los Altos High. Nathan completed his Eagle project in Cincinnati last spring, before his family relocated to Los Altos. With assistance from his Boy Scout troop and family members, he extended and made improvements to a hiking trail along the Little Miami River in Loveland, Ohio.