Kyle Jaggard is new Eagle Scout

Kyle Jaggard of Newtown’s Troop 99 recently earned the highest rank in Scouting, that of Eagle Scout. Kyle chose the American Legion Morell Smith Post #440 as the beneficiary of his Eagle Scout Leadership Service Project.

He led a group of volunteers in the project which included refinishing the 2500-square-feet of 50-year-old wooden flooring at hall.

“The troop uses the Legion Hall as a meeting place and has for years, so it was a good way to give back by helping with the upkeep of the property” explained Kyle when asked why he chose this project.

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Roger Yu attains rank of Eagle Scout

Roger Yu is Newtown Troop 99’s newest Eagle Scout. The son of Yizhong Yu and Ping Zhou of Newtown, Roger completed an Eagle Scout Leadership Service Project entitled “Bucks County Veterans and Their Stories.”

As part of his project, Roger worked with a team of fellow Scouts to record the experiences of local veterans in peacetime and in war. The final work is on display at the library at Council Rock High School North. He was drawn to the project because he wanted to preserve history in a unique way.

Roger found the project appealing because it offered him a chance to talk with these veterans and work with video editing technology. Roger has served in several leadership positions with Troop 99 including Patrol Leader, Scribe, Librarian and Troop Guide. He is also a Brotherhood member of Order of the Arrow Ajapeu Lodge #2 and serves as his troop’s OA representative.

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Matthew Stockburger is newly inducted Eagle Scout

Boy Scout Troop 99’s Matthew Stockburger recently earned the rank of Eagle Scout. For his Eagle Scout Leadership Service Project, Matthew created a storage area for outdoor toys and sports equipment at Steeple Kids Preschool, which is located at Langhorne United Methodist Church.

The project included painting, installing shelving and storage, and building wheeled storage units that allow teachers to move items to and from the outdoor play areas. He describes the project as a way for him to give something back as a member of the church and an alumnus of Steeple Kids Preschool.

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