Jordan Sterns of BSA Troop 103 earned the rank of Eagle Scout. Jordan was recognized in a special Eagle Court of Honor ceremony held on April 21 at Sugar Land Baptist Church. He was presented with a United States flag flown over the U.S. capitol by Congressman Pete Olson.
Jordan, son of Darrell and Donna Sterns of Sugar Land, is a junior at Clements High School. He started scouting in 2001 with Cub Scout Pack 1700. He progressed through the Cub Scout ranks achieving its highest award, the Arrow of Light. He joined BSA Troop 103 in 2006 and advanced through the ranks, completing 21 merit badges and numerous community service hours. He held leadership positions in the troop including Senior Patrol Leader, Patrol Leader and Scribe.
His Eagle Scout project involved converting a storage room at Bethel Ministries into a nursery that included cabinets, diaper changing area, refrigerator and newly painted walls and doors. The project cost over $2,000 and required a total of 210 man hours to complete.