Scouts achieve Eagle status

Bill Davis and Ellis Benson, of Boys Scout of America Troop 301 in Lumberton, received Scouting’s highest rank, Eagle Scout, on Feb. 25 at First Baptist Church. Shown, from left to right, are Davis, Scoutmaster Brad Losh, David Branch, Assistant Scoutmaster Stevie Bollinger and Benson. Presbyterian Troop 301 was the first Boy Scout Troop chartered in North Carolina. They are standing by their first flag, which has only 48 stars. -

Bill Davis and Ellis Benson, of Boys Scout of America Troop 301 in Lumberton, received Scouting’s highest rank, Eagle Scout, on Feb. 25 at First Baptist Church. Shown, from left to right, are Davis, Scoutmaster Brad Losh, David Branch, Assistant Scoutmaster Stevie Bollinger and Benson. Presbyterian Troop 301 was the first Boy Scout Troop chartered in North Carolina. They are standing by their first flag, which has only 48 stars.

Bill Davis and Ellis Benson, of Boys Scout of America Troop 301 in Lumberton, received Scouting’s highest rank, Eagle Scout, on Feb. 25 at First Baptist Church. Shown, from left to right, are Davis, Scoutmaster Brad Losh, David Branch, Assistant Scoutmaster Stevie Bollinger and Benson. Presbyterian Troop 301 was the first Boy Scout Troop chartered in North Carolina. They are standing by their first flag, which has only 48 stars.
https://www.robesonian.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/web1_IMG_2960201822813363227.jpgBill Davis and Ellis Benson, of Boys Scout of America Troop 301 in Lumberton, received Scouting’s highest rank, Eagle Scout, on Feb. 25 at First Baptist Church. Shown, from left to right, are Davis, Scoutmaster Brad Losh, David Branch, Assistant Scoutmaster Stevie Bollinger and Benson. Presbyterian Troop 301 was the first Boy Scout Troop chartered in North Carolina. They are standing by their first flag, which has only 48 stars.