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    Ariana van den Akker/The Herald Heath Seng of Jasper, left, and his brothers Jeff and twins Eli and Ben, 18, were recognized during Eli and Ben’s Eagle Scout pinning ceremony at the Arnold F. Habig Community Center in Jasper on Sunday. The Sengs are the fifth set of four brothers of Boy Scout Troop 185 to achieve the rank of Eagle Scout.

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    Ariana van den Akker/The Herald Ben Seng's badges and awards were on display at his Eagle Scout pinning ceremony on Sunday.

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    Ariana van den Akker/The Herald Ben Seng of Jasper, 18, smiled while fellow Scout Levi Hulsman of Jasper, 13, held a flag before Ben's Eagle Scout pinning ceremony on Sunday.

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    Ariana van den Akker/The Herald Eli Seng of Jasper, 18, took his Eagle charge while his twin brother, Ben, waited to take his own during their Eagle Scout pinning ceremony at the Arnold F. Habig Community Center in Jasper on Sunday.

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    Ariana van den Akker/The Herald John Seng of Jasper smiled as his wife, Sandy, pinned the Eagle Scout pin onto the shirt of their son Eli.

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    Ariana van den Akker/The Herald Eli Seng of Jasper, 18, left, smiled as his mother, Sandy, hugged his twin brother, Ben, after Ben gave her a rose at the boys’ Eagle Scout pinning ceremony at the Arnold F. Habig Community Center in Jasper on Sunday. Ben and Eli joined their two older brothers, Heath and Jeff, in becoming Eagle Scouts.