Scouting News: Troop 33 honors 7 new Eagle Scouts


Courtesy of Martha Gomez
Troop 33’s new Eagle Scouts include, front row, from left: Bryan Webb, Nathan MacLeod, James Pampeyan and Nikolas Gibson. Back: Drishaan Jain, Austin Townsend and Kyle Kim.

Los Altos Boy Scout Troop 33 honored seven new Eagle Scouts at a Court of Honor ceremony Jan. 6.

The Eagle designation is the highest achievement in Scouting. To earn the Eagle rank, Scouts must complete a minimum of 21 merit badges, lead a community service project, hold troop leadership positions and perform community service.

Scouting News: 3 new Eagle Scouts join Troop 37's ranks


Courtesy of Margaret Steen
Troop 37’s Kyle Marino, from left, Amir Tadros and Clark Webster recently earned their Eagle Scout ranks.

Los Altos Boy Scout Troop 37 recently honored three members for achieving the rank of Eagle Scout, the highest rank in Boy Scouting.

The new Eagle Scouts organized and led a community service project, held various troop leadership positions and completed at least 21 merit badges.

Service News: LA woman graduates from boot camp


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Private First Class Jessica Suh, 18, of Los Altos graduated from U.S. Marine Corps boot camp at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot in Parris Island, South Carolina, Jan. 25.

Suh successfully completed 13 weeks of intensive basic training as one of approximately 70 recruits in Training Platoon 4003. While in recruit training, Suh mastered skills as squad leader, expert marksman and knowledge recruit.

Arthur Merrill Brown

Arthur Merrill Brown, MD, passed on from this life at the age of 91 after facing dementia and colon cancer with strength derived from his faith in God. After growing up in Oakland, Arcata and Santa Rosa, and becoming an Eagle Scout, Art’s family moved to San Jose. They rented a home from the parents of his future wife Margaret (Margy), so she was literally “the girl next door”. Her family ran the Lincoln Pastry Shop in Willow Glen and there was no lack of need for a loaf of bread or pastries that Art’s trip to the bakery couldn’t address. Soon after Art completed radio school in the Navy WWII ended before he was deployed out to sea. Nonetheless, Art’s GI Bill benefits helped support his medical training at Stanford University. He put his education in OB/GYN to good use as one of the founding group of physicians that formed the Sunnyvale Medical Clinic (now the Palo Alto Medical Foundation). His 35+ year career saw him deliver over 4,000 babies including children born to mothers whom he had also delivered. In accordance with his wishes, and in appreciation for the education he received, he donated his body to the Willed-Body Donation Program for the Anatomy Department at Stanford University.


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