Stoyanoff earns Eagle Scout rank
Baldwin High School senior and Troop 210 member Brian Stoyanoff has been extended the highest recognition for achievement in Boy Scouting — the Boy Scout Eagle Award.
To earn his Eagle Scout Award, he earned 36 merit badges and served Troop 210 in several leadership roles. Brian serves as junior assistant Scoutmaster.
His leadership service project consisted of constructing picnic tables and purchasing umbrellas for Good Shepherd Lutheran Church of South Hills.
He also built a garbage can holder and surprised the church with a donation that was the “excess” from his project. It will be used toward a future banner for the church.
The project benefits the church and the various groups that use the church hall and patio.
Stoyanoff will graduate from Baldwin in June 2013 and plans to attend a four-year university and study mechanical engineering.
He also is a member of the National Honor Society, German Club, Red Cross Club, Math League and the Baldwin Highlander Marching Band.
He is the son of William and Beverly Stoyanoff.
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