Hennes achieves Eagle Scout rank

Andrew Hennes

Argyle resident Andrew Hennes of Troop 192 became an Eagle Scout on July 27, 2016. Andrew’s Eagle Scout Court of Honor will be held this spring at Argyle United Methodist Church (AUMC).

On his journey to Eagle Scout, Andrew earned 38 merit badges and served his troop in a variety of leadership roles, including Sr. Patrol leader. For his Eagle Project, Andrew worked with AUMC Preschool Director, Kelli Stoops to coordinate building outdoor benches and planting a tree at the AUMC Kingdom Kids Preschool.

A 17-year-old junior at Argyle High School, Andrew plans to pursue a career in medical research. He continues to be active in Scouts and will be attending Philmont Scout Ranch this summer.

Andrew was elected into the Order of the Arrow, Scouting’s National Honor Society in September of 2015. He has earned one Eagle Palm. Andrew plays the euphonium in the AHS marching band, and has participated in cross country, UIL academics, Student Council, and National Honor Society. His parents are Ken and Janelle Hennes.

BSA Troop 192 is sponsored by Argyle United Methodist Church.

CTG Staff
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