Colin Roth earns Eagle Scout Award



Colin Hamilton Roth, age 15, of Plymouth has earned the Boy Scouts of America Eagle Scout Award. He completed the final step, his Eagle Board of Review, on Feb. 20th at the Kohler Village Hall. He will be recognized in a formal ceremony on April 19th at Redeemer Lutheran Church in Plymouth by his troop, family and local government officials. Colin is a member of Boy Scout Troop 874 chartered by Redeemer Lutheran Church. He is one of few Boy Scouts in America who are able to attain Eagle Scout rank before their 18th birthday. Candidates are required to earn a minimum of 21 merit badges, show leadership within their troop, and successfully complete a service project for a non-profit organization. Since Colin loves to play soccer, he chose to design and create benches for the soccer players at Quit Qui Oc Sports Center in Plymouth. In July of 2013, he led approximately 10 Scouts and 4 adults with installing the benches and replacing the landscaping with new rock and brickwork. Colin Roth has earned 33 merit badges and served as Assistant Patrol Leader, Quartermaster, Patrol Leader, Scribe, and Senior Patrol Leader for Troop 874. He has attended Gardner Dam Summer Camp four times where he was able to complete his Order of the Arrow under the WAKO Chapter. In July of 2013 he advanced to Brotherhood in the newly named Kon Wapos Chapter. Colin is a freshman at Plymouth High School and is active in soccer and tennis. He remains active in his church and volunteers in his community. Colin Roth is the son of Tim and Denise Roth of Plymouth. His scoutmaster of Boy Scout Troop 874 is Bart Halderson. 
Submitted photo Colin Hamilton Roth, age 15, of Plymouth has earned the Boy Scouts of America Eagle Scout Award. He completed the final step, his Eagle Board of Review, on Feb. 20th at the Kohler Village Hall. He will be recognized in a formal ceremony on April 19th at Redeemer Lutheran Church in Plymouth by his troop, family and local government officials. Colin is a member of Boy Scout Troop 874 chartered by Redeemer Lutheran Church. He is one of few Boy Scouts in America who are able to attain Eagle Scout rank before their 18th birthday. Candidates are required to earn a minimum of 21 merit badges, show leadership within their troop, and successfully complete a service project for a non-profit organization. Since Colin loves to play soccer, he chose to design and create benches for the soccer players at Quit Qui Oc Sports Center in Plymouth. In July of 2013, he led approximately 10 Scouts and 4 adults with installing the benches and replacing the landscaping with new rock and brickwork. Colin Roth has earned 33 merit badges and served as Assistant Patrol Leader, Quartermaster, Patrol Leader, Scribe, and Senior Patrol Leader for Troop 874. He has attended Gardner Dam Summer Camp four times where he was able to complete his Order of the Arrow under the WAKO Chapter. In July of 2013 he advanced to Brotherhood in the newly named Kon Wapos Chapter. Colin is a freshman at Plymouth High School and is active in soccer and tennis. He remains active in his church and volunteers in his community. Colin Roth is the son of Tim and Denise Roth of Plymouth. His scoutmaster of Boy Scout Troop 874 is Bart Halderson. Submitted photo

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