Heim earns Eagle Scout

JASPER — Boy Scouts’ highest rank of Eagle Scout was presented to Isaac Heim at an Eagle Scout Court of Honor on March 10 at Holy Family Church’s Fellowship Hall. He is the son of Tina and Kent Heim and joined his brothers, Seth and Noah Heim, in achieving the rank of Eagle Scout.

Boy Scout Troop 185 Scoutmaster Fred Feltner opened the ceremony. Mike Fritch served as master of ceremonies. The colors were presented by Brennen Wehr and Jared Baugh. Isaac was escorted by his brothers, Seth and Noah Heim. Brad Gehlhausen gave the opening prayer. Readers for the ceremony were Brayden Gehlhausen and Alex and Austin Buschkoetter. Eagle Board of Review members were John Buechlein, Brad Willoughby and Brian Buschkoetter. Fred Feltner delivered the Eagle Charge.

Heim started his Scouting career with Cub Scout Pack 185 at Holy Family Parish, where he advanced from Tiger to Webelos Scout. He earned the Arrow of Light, as well as, Light of Christ and Parvuli Dei religious awards. He crossed over to Holy Family Boy Scout Troop 185 and was in the Eagle Patrol. He served as a patrol leader and quartermaster. He completed 28 merit badges and earned the Ad Altare Dei religious medal.

He is a member of Venture Crew 185 and has participated in white water rafting high adventure trips. For his Eagle project, he redesigned the landscape area and border, installed new pavers and planted new vegetation around the Holy Family Church sign. He and his volunteers recorded 102 hours of work to complete this project.

Heim is a sophomore at Jasper High School and is a member of the Jasper basketball and track and field teams and Key Club. He has volunteered at Anderson Woods Special Needs Camp and is a member of Holy Family Catholic Church where he is an altar server.

He is the grandson of Patricia Weisheit and the late Jim Weisheit. He is their seventh grandson who has earned the rank of Eagle Scout.




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