Emmert earns Eagle Scout awardBoy Scout Troop 202, sponsored by the United Presbyterian Church, will present the Eagle award to Aaron Emmert at a special ceremony at 12:30 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 2, at Cathedral of Christ the King, Superior.
Boy Scout Troop 202, sponsored by the United Presbyterian Church, will present the Eagle award to Aaron Emmert at a special ceremony at 12:30 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 2, at Cathedral of Christ the King, Superior.
Aaron is the son of Frank and Linda Emmert. Grandparents are Irvin and Miriam Rounsville. Aaron has been a member of Troop 202 for about six years and served as Senior Patrol Leader and Assistant Senior Patrol Leader. To earn his Eagle, he had to complete 21 merit badges and complete a community service project, painting the tunnel between Cathedral School and Church. Aaron has also earned his Arrow of Light, Cub Scouts highest honor.
He earned his Eagle rank on Oct. 28, 2008, but waited for his brother to have leave from the Navy for his court of honor. Since then, Aaron has completed 32 merit badges and earned his Bronze Palm.
Aaron will graduate in June 2010 from Superior High School and will continue his education in the computer science field. He has participated in soccer, tennis, pep band and was elected Junior Optimist. He is an active, confirmed member of Cathedral Christ the King Church being a server since fifth grade. Aaron has been involved with Superior Sister City Exchange Program and was a student delegate to Ami Machi, Japan in the summer of 2008. He has been involved in hosting Superior High School exchange students with Muenster, Germany the last few years.
The public is invited to the ceremony and the following reception.