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Troop 731 honors twelve of its recent Eagle Scouts

Receiving Eagle Rank were: First Row (l-r), Bilal Mawji, Vikki Ravipati, Andy Jacobs, Neil Jain, John Madden, Conor Jung; Back Row, l-r) Andrew Wong, Ryan Wey, Aidan Chambers, Ziyaad Khayrattee, Uddhav Marwaha,  and Reed Hermes.

Receiving Eagle Rank were: First Row (l-r), Bilal Mawji, Vikki Ravipati, Andy Jacobs, Neil Jain, John Madden, Conor Jung; Back Row, l-r) Andrew Wong, Ryan Wey, Aidan Chambers, Ziyaad Khayrattee, Uddhav Marwaha,  and Reed Hermes.

Monday,  2014, Boy Scouts Troop 731 honored 12 of its recent Eagle Scouts during a Court of Honor.  These scouts, pictured on the right, earned the highest rank in Boy Scouts.

Scoutmaster Eric Wey said, “It has been an honor to be part of the Journey to Eagle for each of these young men.  Each of these Boy Scouts has demonstrated the unique abilities, talents, teamwork, leadership, and determination required to achieve the Eagle Scout Rank.  Their journey through Scouting has equipped them with skills necessary to be successful in anything they choose to do.  We are very proud of our Troop 731 Eagle Scouts.”

Many of these boys have grown together in Scouting for almost a decade and have established lasting relationships.  These boys will soon be going all over the country to further their education, and the values and skills which they have learned in Scouting will help them succeed in life.

Since the troop was formed in 1991, more than 88 boys have earned Eagle rank, and the troop and boys continue to very active in the Fort Bend community.  The troop is chartered by the Exchange Club of Sugar Land, and is part of Thunder Wolf District, Sam Houston Area Council, one of the largest scout councils in the U.S.

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