Fox earns Eagle ScoutMay 27, 2020
Dylan Fox of Louisville has earned the highest advancement award the Boy Scouts of America offers to scouts, the Eagle Scout Award.
Fox was recognized in ceremonies on March 7. A member of Troop 110, Fox is one of a very small number of all scouts who attain the Eagle Scout rank.
Each candidate must earn 21 merit badges and successfully complete any religious institution-, school- or community-related service project to earn his Eagle. Fox chose to repair the Stations of the Cross Trail for St. Patrick Catholic Church in Louisville. He restored the crosses and built a sign at the entrance to the trail.
Fox has served as assistant senior patrol leader and outdoor ethics guide. He is a member of St. Patrick Catholic Church and is active in Quick Recall and Future Business Leaders of America at Trinity High School, Louisville, where he will be a senior this fall.
He is the son of Kendra (Greener) and David Fox of Louisville and the grandson of Arlinda Greener of Jasper.
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