Joseph Lauckner ’19 has earned the acclaimed rank of Eagle Scout, the highest achievement in the Boy Scouts of America. He was recognized at a Court of Honor at Troop 1332 through the Charterwood Municipal Utility District in Klein. He continues the distinguished legacy of Eagle scholars throughout generations who have reached this milestone accomplishment that has been and continues to be richly recognized throughout the United States.
Lauckner’s Eagle Scout project benefited veterans through Camp Hope in Houston. The initiative consisted of two phases – first conducting several supply drives to collect daily need items for the facility and its residents, then constructing eight outdoor benches to be used throughout the facility.
Lauckner’s exceptional commitment extends to his receiving the Bronze Palm, representing the completion of five merit badges beyond the 21 required for the Eagle Scout rank.
Lauckner continues to assist Troop 1332 as an assistant scoutmaster and is an active member of Crew 762 in Spring. Previously he held several leadership positions and attended the National Youth Leadership Training in Troop 440 before transferring to 1332.
After his graduation from St Thomas, Lauckner will be on staff at Bovay Scout Ranch during the summer of 2018 before attending Tarleton State University where he plans to begin his journey to the United States Air Force.
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Congratulations Joseph. Well deserved!