In a ceremony at Rock Springs Baptist Church, Andre Scott was presented with his Eagle Scout award, the highest rank in the Boy Scouts of America. Only 4 percent of scouts achieve the rank of Eagle. Scott is a member of troop 37 and is sponsored by the First Baptist Church of Easley under scoutmaster Bryan Dickard. Scott is currently a sophomore at Wren High School and his parents are Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Scott of Easley.


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In a ceremony at Rock Springs Baptist Church, Andre Scott was presented with his Eagle Scout award, the highest rank in the Boy Scouts of America. Only 4 percent of scouts achieve the rank of Eagle. Scott is a member of troop 37 and is sponsored by the First Baptist Church of Easley under scoutmaster Bryan Dickard. Scott is currently a sophomore at Wren High School and his parents are Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Scott of Easley.

In a ceremony at Rock Springs Baptist Church, Andre Scott was presented with his Eagle Scout award, the highest rank in the Boy Scouts of America. Only 4 percent of scouts achieve the rank of Eagle. Scott is a member of troop 37 and is sponsored by the First Baptist Church of Easley under scoutmaster Bryan Dickard. Scott is currently a sophomore at Wren High School and his parents are Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Scott of Easley.
http://pickenssentinel.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_eagle1.jpgIn a ceremony at Rock Springs Baptist Church, Andre Scott was presented with his Eagle Scout award, the highest rank in the Boy Scouts of America. Only 4 percent of scouts achieve the rank of Eagle. Scott is a member of troop 37 and is sponsored by the First Baptist Church of Easley under scoutmaster Bryan Dickard. Scott is currently a sophomore at Wren High School and his parents are Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Scott of Easley. Courtesy photo
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