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Devon Martin (left) and Jacob Wilson, members of Boy Scout Troop 282 in Pleasant Hill, who had their Eagle Court of Honor March 30.

Martin, Wilson

Devon Martin and Jacob Wilson of Boy Scout Troop 282 in Pleasant Hill have each earned the rank of Eagle Scout, which was presented in Court of Honor ceremonies March 30, at the new Pleasant Hill Community Center.

Their Scoutmaster is Mark Bradshaw, and their Eagle Advisor is John Stretch.

Devon Martin has been in Scouting for 10 years. His Eagle community service project was a local e-waste drive to collect both working and nonworking electronics for recycling, and to promote awareness to reduce the waste going into landfills.

The gathering event was held at Christ the King Catholic Church in Pleasant Hill.

Martin is a senior at College Park High School in Pleasant Hill, to graduate this summer. He is set to attend Cal Poly-San Luis Obispo in the fall. His parents are Matt and Melanie Martin of Pleasant Hill.

Jacob Wilson's Eagle community service project was a household and personal items drive for families being served by Shelter Inc. of Contra Costa County, a Martinez-based nonprofit agency dedicated to preventing homelessness and helping find individuals and families homes. The event was held at Strandwood Elementary School and at Grocery Outlet in Pleasant Hill.

Wilson, in Scouting for 10 years, is a senior at College Park High School in Pleasant Hill, and plans to go to Claremont McKenna College in Southern California in the fall.

His parents are Steve and Debbie Wilson of Pleasant Hill.