Krause earns rank of Eagle ScoutPeter Krause, son of Ron and Lynn Krause, earned the rank of Eagle Scout. His accomplishment was celebrated Aug. 11 at Holy Assumption Church, Superior.
Peter Krause, son of Ron and Lynn Krause, earned the rank of Eagle Scout. His accomplishment was celebrated Aug. 11 at Holy Assumption Church, Superior.
Peter began scouting in first grade as a Tiger Cub Scout with Pack 204 at Cathedral School. In 2005, Peter crossed over from a Webelos Cub Scout to a Boy Scout. During his time as a Boy Scout, Peter served the troop as Quartermaster, Troop Guide and Senior Patrol Leader for three consecutive years.
Many of Peter’s strongest leadership skills developed during weeklong trips to the L.E. Phillip Scout Reservation in Haugen, Wis. It was at this camp where he not only strengthened friendships with his fellow troop members, but met many new Scouts from several Midwest states. Peter learned new skills and had a variety of outdoor experiences while at Camp Phillips, earning several of his 29 merit badges.
To complete the requirements for Eagle Scout, Peter organized a service project that involved landscaping a rock garden at Holy Assumption Church in South Superior. He led a crew of Scouts and volunteers in removing overgrown shrubs and weeds, cleaning the landscape rock, laying new fabric, planting new shrubs, and installing decorative block along the garden border.
Peter is a 2013 graduate of Superior High School. He will be attending the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point in the fall with a double major in history and social sciences. Peter looks forward to continuing his involvement with Boy Scouts as an adult leader.