Trinity High School students named Eagle Scouts

trinity-logo---5.7.15-wTrinity High School’s Edward Trentham, a junior, and Cameron Warner, a sophomore, were named Eagle Scouts by the Boy Scouts of America. The young men completed projects to benefit the community as part of their Eagle Scout Leadership Projects.

Warner, a member of Troop 765 at St. Michael Church, repaired eight picnic tables and did some landscaping outside a pavilion at Maryhurst, a home for abused girls.

Trentham, a member of troop 110 at Anchorage Presbyterian Church, raised $2,500 and gathered 19 volunteers to paint the walkway at Missionary Baptist Church. The congregation presented Trentham with an award of appreciation for his efforts.

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