Troop 457 and 647’s newest Eagle Scouts are (from left) Henry Weiker, Graeme Stoney, Scott McLellan, Nathaniel Nichol, and Connor Hanson.

Troop 457 and 647’s newest Eagle Scouts are (from left) Henry Weiker, Graeme Stoney, Scott McLellan, Nathaniel Nichol, and Connor Hanson.

Mercer Island city council recognizes local Eagle Scouts

Scouts from Troop 457 and 647 will be recognized on the May 15 city council meeting.

  • Tuesday, May 15, 2018 8:30am
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Troop 457 and 647’s newest Eagle Scouts are Henry Weiker, Graeme Stoney, Scott McLellan, Nathaniel Nichol, and Connor Hanson.

They were recognized at the May 15 City Council meeting and are will have their Eagle Scout Court of Honor May 20th.

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