Clark attains Eagle Scout rank
Steven Michael Clark, son of Michael and Karin Clark, was awarded the rank of Eagle Scout on Jan. 26 at Christ United Methodist Church in Merrill. Steven started his Scouting journey in 2001 as a first-grader with Cub Scout Packs 402 and 502.
As a Boy Scout with Troop 503, Steven earned the following awards, participated in various community service projects, and held various leadership positions: Order of the Arrow (Arrowman, Brotherhood), OA elections chairman, Quartermaster, and Bugler, attended NYLT (National Youth Leadership Training), two high Adventures (Juneau, Alaska, and South Dakota), attended Cub/Boy Scout summer camp, participated in Troop service projects (Scouting for Food, Adopt-a-Highway), attended Chuckwagon and Buckboard Skills Days, volunteered at Buckboard Skills Days. In addition, he earned 25 Merit Badges.
In preparation to achieve the rank of Eagle, Steven planned, proposed and led other Scouts in aesthetic and organizational improvements to Christ United Methodist Church. His Eagle Board of Review was completed on Sept. 12, 2012.
When asked what Scouting means to him, Steven said, “To me, Scouting means committing to a lifelong journey of building character, serving others, and inspiring young people with the spirit of Scouting.”
Other activities Steven has participated in include Marching Band (Drum Major), Jazz Band, Band Council, CWETA pit orchestra, school musical, S.H.O.U.T. youth group, Make a Difference Day (through church).
Steven plans to attend UW-Milwaukee to pursue a music or technology related degree, and continue to be involved in Scouting and community service for the rest of my life.