Ross Sinicropi received his Eagle Award at a Boy Scout Court of Honor held on Saturday, January 7, 2012. The ceremony was held at the St. Theresa’s Catholic Church- Family Life Center in Sugar Land, Texas. The master of ceremonies was Mr. Don Victory, an Eagle Scout himself.
For his Eagle Project, Sinicropi planned and provided leadership to a group of Scouts and adults who built 64 feet of storage shelving into a concrete wall at St. Theresa’s Catholic Church for use by the Life Teen program. This shelving was needed by the Teen Life program to organize the program’s belongings.
Ross joined Troop 616 in the fall of 6th grade after participating in Cub Scouting with Mr. and Mrs. Lowe. In these years, Ross held positions as Historian, Den Chief, Patrol Leader, Senior Patrol leader, Assistant Senior Patrol Leader, and Leave No Trace Trainer. Ross was active in Troop 616 activities, having attended nearly all troop campouts, especially the high-adventure ones, and meetings since he joined. He is a member of the Order of the Arrow and also earned his 5 Year Service Star and World Conservation.
Ross Sinicropi is a freshman at Baylor University. Ross Sinicropi’s parents are Guy and Elizabeth Sinicropi.