Eagle Scout helps Virginia Beach mark storm drains as reminders of watershed
Eagle Scout helps Virginia Beach mark storm drains as reminders of watershed.
Ryan Seabrook hopes other Scouts will follow in his footsteps, and assist Virginia Beach with the Storm Drain Marker program.
Ryan, a member of Boy Scout Troop 12, went even further.
The Salem High School senior is the son of the Rev.
He has volunteered for community events, including the Virginia Wesleyan College Thanksgiving food drive, Clean the Bay Day, and Toys for Tots.
“When people hear music and see creative art, it makes them feel better from the inside out,” he said.
The following high schools earned the 2017 National Gold Council of Excellence Award for the National Association of Student Councils: Bayside, First Colonial, Kellam, Cox, Green Run, Kempsville, Ocean Lakes, Princess Anne, Salem, and Tallwood.
The award recognizes high school Student Cooperative Associations for records of leadership, service, and activities that improve the school and community, such as food drives, school spirit events and charity fundraisers.
The program recognizes kindergarten through grade 12 teachers who teach economics and personal finance Standards of Learning.
Bishop Sullivan Catholic High School students achieved fifth place out of 25 regional championship teams, and second in the science expert briefing element at the National Ocean Science Bowl competition in Oregon on April 20-23.