2008-03-21 / News

Indian Waters Council honors its most outstanding Boy Scouts


Photo contributed by Jessica Lee Dunning The 2007 Eagle Scouts Class of the Indian Waters Council Boy Scouts of America was honored March 13, 2008, at Embassy Suites. In the suit is Rushmore (Rush) Houghton who has over 85 years invested in scouting including Eagle Scout, Scoutmaster, and serving at- risk youth.He joined the Boy Scouts on his 12th birthday in 1922 in Mamaroneck, N.Y.He currently resides in the Lowman Home Village and is an active member of the community.  Photo contributed by Jessica Lee Dunning The 2007 Eagle Scouts Class of the Indian Waters Council Boy Scouts of America was honored March 13, 2008, at Embassy Suites. In the suit is Rushmore (Rush) Houghton who has over 85 years invested in scouting including Eagle Scout, Scoutmaster, and serving at- risk youth.He joined the Boy Scouts on his 12th birthday in 1922 in Mamaroneck, N.Y.He currently resides in the Lowman Home Village and is an active member of the community. Front page photo by Pam Clark Joan Janoch kisses her husband Scott after he received the Silver Beaver Award from the Indian Waters Council Boy Scouts of America. Joan received the same award in 2001. The couple has two sons, Christopher and Keith who are both Eagle Scouts. Front page photo by Pam Clark Joan Janoch kisses her husband Scott after he received the Silver Beaver Award from the Indian Waters Council Boy Scouts of America. Joan received the same award in 2001. The couple has two sons, Christopher and Keith who are both Eagle Scouts. Photo by Pam Clark Receiving the Silver Beaver Awards, the highest award for outstanding service to youth within the Indian Waters Council and for outstanding longtime service to youth are seated (l- r) are W. Eugene (Gene) Clark Jr. with his wife Bessie, Everett E. (Skip) Freie with his companion Beverly Unger, Billy G. Griffin with his wife Connie, and Scott E. Janoch with his wife Joan, and James M. (Jim) Landreth,married to Judy. Photo by Pam Clark Receiving the Silver Beaver Awards, the highest award for outstanding service to youth within the Indian Waters Council and for outstanding longtime service to youth are seated (l- r) are W. Eugene (Gene) Clark Jr. with his wife Bessie, Everett E. (Skip) Freie with his companion Beverly Unger, Billy G. Griffin with his wife Connie, and Scott E. Janoch with his wife Joan, and James M. (Jim) Landreth,married to Judy.

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