Milks awarded Eagle Scout ranking


Andrew Milks was presented the Eagle award in a ceremony at the Landmark Baptist Church on March 5. It was first presented in 1912 and since then it has been earned by over two million scouts. Only about 4 percent of scouts achieve this highest rank. Milks is a member of Troop 37 sponsored by the First Baptist Church. His scoutmaster is Bryan Dickard. Andrew is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Milks of Easley.


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Andrew Milks was presented the Eagle award in a ceremony at the Landmark Baptist Church on March 5. It was first presented in 1912 and since then it has been earned by over two million scouts. Only about 4 percent of scouts achieve this highest rank. Milks is a member of Troop 37 sponsored by the First Baptist Church. His scoutmaster is Bryan Dickard. Andrew is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Milks of Easley.

Andrew Milks was presented the Eagle award in a ceremony at the Landmark Baptist Church on March 5. It was first presented in 1912 and since then it has been earned by over two million scouts. Only about 4 percent of scouts achieve this highest rank. Milks is a member of Troop 37 sponsored by the First Baptist Church. His scoutmaster is Bryan Dickard. Andrew is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Milks of Easley.
http://pickenssentinel.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/web1_EASandrewmilkseaglescout.jpgAndrew Milks was presented the Eagle award in a ceremony at the Landmark Baptist Church on March 5. It was first presented in 1912 and since then it has been earned by over two million scouts. Only about 4 percent of scouts achieve this highest rank. Milks is a member of Troop 37 sponsored by the First Baptist Church. His scoutmaster is Bryan Dickard. Andrew is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Milks of Easley. Courtesy photo
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