Hensley is the son of Mike and Debra Hensley.
LaChance is a sophomore at Norman North High School.
He has earned 39 merit badges and is a member of the Order of the Arrow. He also earned the Arrow of Light, Brotherhood, Paul Bunyan Woodsman and Polar Bear awards. He has 67 service hours.
LaChance has served his troop as patrol leader, junior assistant SM, quartermaster, grubmaster, troop guide, webmaster and bugler.
He has attended Slippery Falls Scout Ranch, Trappers, Current River float trips, Diamond H and the Centennial National Jamboree. He has 70 camp nights. He was recently elected quartermaster for the National Jamboree 2013.
LaChance’s Eagle service project was called Critter’s For Kids and involved the collection of new toys and other items for a child to play with while in a hospital and/or to be on their bed when they return from surgery.
He is the son of Duane and Jennifer LaChance.
Dihrberg is a junior at Norman North High School.
He has earned 35 merit badges and is a member of the Order of the Arrow. He also earned the Arrow of Light and BSA Kayaking awards. He has 91 service hours.
He has served his troop as assistant senior patrol leader, patrol leader, assistant patrol leader, quartermaster and grubmaster.
He has attended Slippery Falls Scout Ranch, Diamond H and the Centennial National Jamboree. He has 45 camp nights.
Dihrberg’s Eagle service project involved designing, building, varnishing and installing three 6-foot tall wooden storage shelves to fit in the new storage room of the Children’s Day Out Program at the First Baptist Church in Norman.
He is the son of Ed and Karen Dihrberg.
Brown will graduate in May from Norman North High School. After graduation, he plans to attend OU and major in environmental engineering.
He has earned 24 merit badges, as well as the Religious and the World Conservation Award, and is a brotherhood member of the Order of the Arrow. He also earned the Arrow of Light, Polar Bear, 50-Mile Hiking, 75-Mile Canoe and the Triple Crown Award. He has 65 service hours.