August 16, 2011 > Special Life Events: The Third Eagle
Special Life Events: The Third Eagle
The Scouts, Leaders and Members of the Committee Boy Scout Troop 186 take great pleasure in announcing that having completed the requirements and examination by an Eagle Scout Board of Review, David Kautz was found worthy of the rank of Eagle Scout. His Eagle Scout project benefitted Don Edwards National Wildlife Refuge.
In honor of this achievement, an Eagle Scout Court of Honor will be held on Saturday, August 27, 2011 at 2 pm at the First Presbyterian Church on Cedar Blvd. in Newark, California.
David was a Cub Scout, Weeblos Scout in Pack 441 and now, a 17-year-old senior in high school, serves as in Newark Troop 186. His older brother Daniel is an Eagle and so was their grandfather Leon Kautz who served as a Scoutmaster in Newark. David's family, including his brother Daniel, his sister Lillian and parents, Tim and Nanette (both graduates of Newark High School) will watch as he carries on the family tradition as the third Eagle.
The last thing David said to his Grandpa Leon before he died a year ago May was "I got my Eagle project approved." His grandpa smiled. Grandpa Leon was still alive when older brother Daniel received his Eagle in 2007 and at that time, Leon gave Daniel his Eagle pin. Now Daniel will attend David's court of honor and they will remember Grandpa Leon together.