LAFAYETTE -- Six Boy Scouts from Troop 241 received their Eagle Scout awards at Lafayette Library and Learning Center. Under the supervision of Scoutmaster Dr. Bradford Prescott the boys earned the awards by completing six different community service projects.
Benjamin F. Bachman's Eagle Scout Project he built an outdoor classroom for Acalanes High School. He is the son of
Jill Fannin and Ed Bachman.
Blake Joseph Eames attained his Eagle Scout award by remodeling the "Tot Drop" playground area at the Lafayette Community Center. Eames is the son of
Paul and Julie Eames of Lafayette and is a Campolindo High School graduate.
Matthew Quinn graduated from Acalanes High School and will attend UC San Diego in the fall. For his Eagle Scout Project, he rebuilt a picnic table on top of Russell Peak in Briones Regional Park. The project involved the removal of the existing table and cement block securing it to the ground, moving in supplies by hand over one mile from the nearest road to an elevation of about 1,200 feet and building a new picnic table and benches to East Bay Regional Park specifications. Quinn is the son of
Brian and Julie Quinn of Lafayette.
Alexander James Grover obtained the rank of Eagle Scout by building four sets of bleachers for the new Acalanes High School swimming pool. Grover is the son of
Ryan Prescott's Eagle Scout Project was the Stanley Ball Box. His project's goal was to create an organized and efficient room where students at Stanley Middle School can exchange their student ID's for a schoolyard ball. He is the son of
Stephanie and Brad Prescott.
Roland Jean Richard Barlier cleared a tract of land and installed three raised planter beds with new irrigation at the Campolindo High School Science Garden. Barlier is the son of
Xavier and Julie Barlier of Lafayette. Barlier has just completed his first year of college at Diablo Valley College and will transfer to McGill University in Montreal in the fall.