Tuesday, September 28, 2010



Cary child earns familys 4th Eagle

Ryan Whitley of Cary has achieved his Eagle Scout rank, the top feat in Boy Scouting.

A comparison at Panther Creek High School in Cary, Ryan is a part of Troop 200 at First United Methodist Church in Cary.

For his Eagle project, Ryan written and built a large strew to residence archery apparatus at Cary YMCA.

He is the son of Rob and Brenda Whitley, and is the fourth part of the lengthened Whitley family to embrace his Eagle rank.

Triangle man is valedictorian

Jim Kitchen of Chapel Hill graduated with honors as valedictorian of the 2009 University of Tennessee-Knoxville Executive MBA class.

Kitchen is boss of Real Property Development, a blurb genuine estate association in the Triangle that specializes in multi-family and triple-net acquisitions.

He warranted his undergraduate grade at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Knightdale child aids the disabled

Chase Shermer of Knightdale perceived his Eagle Scout arrange at a Court of Honor at Trinity Presbyterian Church. The Eagle arrange is the top feat in Boy Scouting.

Chase is a part of Troop 236 in Raleigh and is a sophomore at North Raleigh Christian Academy.

For his Eagle Scout project, Chase led a group of Scouts and adults who built 4 cruise tables specifically written for make make use of by patients at Wellington Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center in Knightdale who make make use of wheelchairs.

His relatives are Tim and Jennifer Shermer of Knightdale.

Chapel Hill child wins song contest

With his strange combination for piano and violin, Michael Bennett of Chapel Hill won the Southern Division of the 2009-10 Music Teachers National Associations tyro combination competition.

Michael advances to the nationals with his winning piece, "Stained Glass and Birds." The inhabitant winners combination will be achieved during a Winners Concert in Albuquerque, N.M., in March.

Michael, a home-schooled fifth-grader, studies composition, piano and organ and was a part of the 2009 N.C. Boys Choir.

His relatives are Kelly and Bruce Bennett of Chapel Hill, and his grandparents are Sherry and Weston Harris of Pittsboro.

Durham Scout creates Eagle

Mitchell Feldman of Durham has warranted Boy Scoutings top rank, Eagle Scout.

For his Eagle project, Mitchell led his couple in mending the route and installing 4 benches at the New Hope Nature Preserve, that spans Durham and Orange counties.

A comparison at Cardinal Gibbons High School, he is the son of Don Feldman and Beth Stockstill of Durham and the grandson of George and Pat Stockstill of Raleigh.

Preschool plan earns Eagle

Kyle Stallings of Raleigh has achieved the arrange of Eagle Scout, the top feat in Boy Scouting.

For his Eagle project, Kyle programmed and led building a whole of dual planters and a dais for the pre-kindergarten inclusion category taught by Lynn Young at Lacy Elementary School. The planters are wheelchair-accessible.

Kyle is in Troop 207 at Forest Hills Baptist Church, led by Archie Futrell.

A 2009 connoisseur of Athens Drive High School, he is a beginner at Brevard College. His relatives are Lisa Stallings and Casson Stallings of Raleigh.

Booklet brings Silver Award

Sarah Isabel Collins of Raleigh has warranted her Girl Scout Silver Award, the second-highest feat in Girl Scouting.

For her Silver Award project, Sarah grown a pamphlet to learn those new to the competition about figure skating.

Sarah is the daughter of Linda Anderson Collins and David Joseph Collins. She is a part of Troop 221.


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