Justin Paystrup, age 17, has achieved the rank of Eagle Scout. His Court of Honor was held March 12, 2017.
For his project, he reconstructed a campsite in the Warm Springs Conservation Area. The campsite at the Cardy Lamb Campsite area is used for researchers and the reconstruction will bring back some of the natural environment to the area. Many thanks to the SNWA, scout leaders and volunteers who supported him.
Justin is a senior at Moapa Valley High School and the son of Brent and Teri Paystrup. His family and friends are proud of his accomplishment.
Luke Hauver, Jairo Moreno, Thomas Goddard, Nicolas Sosa
Troop 231 is proud to announce four new Eagle Scouts. They have worked really hard to earn this rank. The Eagle Court of Honor will be held on Sunday, March 19, 2017 at 5:00 p.m. at the Overton LDS building. Anyone who would like to support these boys is invited to attend.
Luke Hauver is 15 and a sophomore at Moapa Valley High School. For his project, he installed mail boxes around the University of Nevada Cooperative Extension Office property. These mail boxes will hold maps of the desert garden areas allowing patrons the opportunity of taking self-guided tours of the area and learn which kinds of plants grow in this desert climate. He is the son of Brent and Irene Hauver and the grandson of Mary Hauver.
Jairo Aaron Rubio Moreno is a sophomore at Moapa Valley High School where he participates in football and plays saxophone and guitar. For his Eagle project, Jairo installed a community information sign in front of the Overton Community Center. He is grateful for his scout leader, Andrew Meeks, and his brother, Hector Manuel Rubio, for helping him with his project. Jairo is the son of Arturo Moreno Juarez and Senaida Rubio Vidrio.
Thomas Goddard, age 18, is a senior at Moapa Valley High School. For his project he put the sign back in the ground for the Overton Park. He had help from Scout leader Andrew Meeks and some of the boys. He is the son of Jasper and Rhonda Goddard. His family is very proud of everything he has accomplished.
Nicolas Ray Sosa painted a Mural on the 4-H cooperative extension building for his Eagle project. He is grateful to those who donated time, expertise and supplies to make his project possible. He is also very grateful to his leaders who have helped him with his journey. Nicolas is the son of Ramon and Rebecca Sosa.