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April 21, 2013

Court of Honor scheduled today for 7 area Eagle Scouts

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NORMAN —

His Eagle service project involved the planning, design and construction of a new 34’-by-54’ training pen for Second Chance Animal Sanctuary in Norman.

De Kalb is the son of Dan and Lori DeKalb.

Hsu is a sophomore at Norman North High School.

He has earned 24 merit badges and is a member of the Order of the Arrow. He also earned the Arrow of Light, Historic Trails, 50-mile Canoe, Polar Bear and World Conservation awards. He was Sooner District top seller in 2010 and 2011 for Boy Scout popcorn fundraisers. He has 120 service hours.

Benjamin has served his troop as assistant senior patrol leader, den chief, troop guide, historian, patrol leader, assistant patrol leader, librarian and grubmaster .

He has attended Slippery Falls Scout Ranch, Trappers, Current River float trips, Diamond H, the Centennial National Jamboree and Northern Tier High Adventure Expedition. He has 59 camp nights.

His Eagle service project involved designing, constructing and planting four garden beds of landscaping for Southern Oklahoma Chinese Baptist Church in Norman.

He is the son of Simon and JingJing Hsu.

Hensley is a freshman at Norman High School.

He has earned 31 merit badges. He also earned the Arrow of Light, Historic Trails, Polar Bear, Recruiter Strip and 50-Mile canoe awards. He has 43 service hours.

Hensley has served his troop as patrol leader, bugler and quartermaster.

He has attended Slippery Falls Scout Ranch, Northern Tier High Adventure Expedition, Diamond H, Centennial National Jamboree and Current River float trips. He has 56 camp nights.

Hensley’s Eagle service project involved building sifting boxes for the American Red Cross. They will give the boxes to victims of home fires so the victims may try to recover items not destroyed in the fire. Evan was one of 13 Eagle Scouts whose project was considered for the Last Frontier Council Eagle Project of the Year.

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