Luke Dossett to Receive Eagle Scout Award
January 03, 2017
To earn Scouting’s highest award, Luke had to earn 24 merit badges, serve as a leader in his troop, and complete a major community service project.
Luke’s service project was to repair and replace the sub flooring of Studio A at Ketchikan Theatre Ballet. With the help of local scouts, leaders and members of KTB his project logged over 375 man hours. Luke was also able to raise over $1500 to offset the costs of the repair.
Luke has been a member of Troop 4, chartered to Holy Name Catholic Church, for over 7 years. He has served as assistant patrol leader, patrol leader, assistant senior patrol leader, senior patrol leader and is currently junior assistant scoutmaster. He has been a member of the Order of the Arrow, the honor society of scouting, for 3 years. He was recently elected as the Vice Lodge Chief of the Great Alaska Council and has been awarded the OA Founder’s Award. He has attended a National Jamboree, Scouting Adventures to the Bahamas and Canoeing down the Stikine, along with numerous leadership and Boy Scout camps in Alaska and Washington.
Luke is a senior at Ketchikan High School. He has been involved in Kayhi Varsity Football for 4 years, Kayhi Debate for 4 years, Kayhi Concert Choir for 3 years, Kayhi Jazz Choir for 2 years, Kayhi Track for 2 years, and Ketchikan Dribblers League for over 6 years. Next year, Luke is planning to study Education at Central Washington University in Ellensburg, WA with hopes to return to teach and coach at Ketchikan High School.
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