Notables, July 7

July 6, 2013 

Left, Josh Hunter, Fabian Jaimes, Sam Marsh and James Vitt from Boy Scout Troop 524 have earned the rank of Eagle Scout, the highest achievement in Boy Scouting.

COURTESY BOY SCOUT TROOP 524

Locals Boy Scouts become Eagle Scouts

Josh Hunter, Fabian Jaimes, Sam Marsh and James Vitt from Boy Scout Troop 524, have each earned the rank of Eagle Scout, the highest achievement in Boy Scouting.

For his Eagle project, Hunter directed the construction of four picnic tables for East Wake Academy. The tables will be used for lunch and an outdoor classroom.

Jaimes directed the installation of three flagpoles at Friendship Church for displaying the American, North Carolina and Christian flags.

Marsh led a group of volunteers in the removal of old unattractive foliage around The Shepherds’ Care Clinic in Zebulon. The team replaced the foliage with attractive plants and bushes. And, Vitt built four park benches and an outdoor grass volleyball court for Zebulon Parks and Recreation Department.

Boy Scout Troop 524 is sponsored by Zebulon Baptist Church.

K’dale resident wins scholarship

Jasmine Gray of Knightdale is the winner of a Carolinas Credit Union Foundation $1,000 scholarship from the Local Government Federal Credit Union Fund. This scholarship is awarded to credit union members to help with cost of continuing their education.

Gray plans to attend North Carolina A&T State University.

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