Two Scouts from Boy Scout Troop 317 of Concord attained their Eagle Scout awards in July. Under the supervision of Scoutmaster
Ben Soleimanieh, the boys earned the awards by completing separate community service projects.
Daniel Hemming Jungenberg designed and led a team in building a new teachers' lounge in a previously unused classroom at the King's Valley Christian School in Concord. The project included removal of cubicle walls, installation of new shelving, counters, bookcases, and new paint throughout. Approximately 30 members of his team donated a combined 415 hours of service.
Jungenberg is a graduate of Berean Christian High School in Walnut Creek and will attend Cal State Fullerton majoring in animation with an emphasis on game design. His parents are
Stan and Lili Jungenberg of Pittsburg.
Jeffrey Coleman Young designed and led a team in constructing a 10-by-30-foot fenced garden with two planter boxes at King's Valley Christian School to support hands-on learning for elementary and middle school science classes and provide fresh produce to the local community distributed through the Life Church pantry. Eighteen volunteers contributed more than 150 hours of service to complete the project.
Young is a graduate of Berean Christian High School in Walnut Creek and will attend Diablo Valley College to complete general education requirements before transferring to a four-year college to pursue a career in film. His parents are
Bill and Stefani Young of Concord.