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by: SUBMITTED PHOTO -  From left are Daniel Verburg, Karsten Andersen, Andrew Wrenn and Sean Maguire, who were recently honored at a Court of Honor for earning the rank of Eagle Scout. Four members of Lake Oswego Boy Scout Troop 230 received scouting’s highest honor, the rank of Eagle, on Feb. 10. Daniel Verburg, Karsten Andersen, Andrew Wrenn and Sean Maguire were given the award at an Eagle Scout Court of Honor at Oswego Lake Country Club.

Verburg began his scouting career as a cub scout in Pack 218. For his Eagle project he organized volunteers to repair and repaint the pump house and outbuildings at Luscher Farm. He is a senior at Lake Oswego High School and the son of Rick and Shawnna Verburg of Lake Oswego.

Anderson started cub scouts in 2003 with Pack 203. His Eagle project was to renovate the baseball fields at Jackson Middle School. He is a senior at Lake Oswego High and the son of Ted and Kim Andersen of Lake Oswego.

Andrew Wrenn began scouting with Cub Scout Pack 128.

His Eagle project involved repairing and refurbishing the bunk footbridge at Tryon Creek State Natural Area. He is a senior at LOHS and the son of Jim and Tracy Wrenn of Lake Oswego.

Maguire’s scouting career began with Pack 414 in River Grove.

His Eagle project involved leading a group in cleaning and painting River Grove’s greenhouse and building garden structures at the school. He is a senior at Lakeridge High School and the son of Tom and Kim Maguire of Lake Oswego.

Boy Scout Troop 230 is chartered by the Knights of Columbus and based at Our Lady of the Lake Catholic Church. The troop welcomes boys of all denominations.

More information can be found on the troop’s website, boyscouttroop230.org.

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