Weinschenk named Eagle Scout

Friday, January 23, 2015
Sedrick Weinschenk receives his Eagle Scout honors following the completion of his service project, constructing three flag poles and flower boxes at Camp Friend south of Greencastle.

During his recent Court of Honor ceremony, Sedrick William Weinschenk became the latest Eagle Scout with Greencastle's Boy Scouts of America Troop 99. The Eagle Scout rank is the highest rank a boy can receive in the Boy Scouts, with fewer than four percent reaching this rank during their scouting career.

Weinschenk is the son of Rod and Staci Weinschenk of Greencastle.

Weinschenk organized and led other scouts, friends and adults with the erection of three flag poles and the construction of three flower boxes and connecting benches at Camp Friend. The camp is located south of Greencastle on Manhattan Road and owned and operated by Putnam Friend of Youth Foundation, Inc.

Weinschenk would like to express his thanks to everyone who attended his ceremony, helped with the donations of funding and supplies and helped construct the three flag pole project.

The project was made possible through donations and help from Putnam Friend of Youth Foundation, Putnam County Community Foundation - Youth Philanthropy, Putnam County United Way, Elks Club Lodge No. 1077, American Legion Post 58, Animal Medical Clinic - Dr. John Scamahorn, Putnam County Prosecutor Tim Bookwalter, Greencastle Veterinary Clinic - Dr. John Helmers, Rotary Club, Lions Club, Headley Hardware, Black Lumber Co., Hassler Trucking, Carrot-Top Industries, State Rep. Jim Baird, Wal-Mart, Putnam County Comprehensive Services, D & S Tree Service, BSN Sports, Taylor-Made Awards, Greencastle Parks and Recreation Dept., BSA Troop 99 and friends and family.

For more information about Camp Friend, contact David Zeiner, president -- Putnam Friend of Youth Foundation, Inc. at 721-1599.

For more information about the Boy Scouts of America Troop 99, contact Scoutmaster Tom Standers at (812) 240-5870.

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  • Congratulations to a fine young man.

    -- Posted by momma-j on Sat, Jan 24, 2015, at 1:50 AM
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