Campbell was awarded the rank of Eagle Scout
Originally published September 4, 2013 at 10 a.m., updated September 4, 2013 at 10 a.m.
Clinton Campbell was awarded the rank of Eagle Scout at a Troop 120 Court of Honor held Monday evening, Aug. 26, at Proctor Park.
The ceremony was held outside, beneath the 237-year-old Liberty Oak, near the Scout Cabin. Eagle Scout is the highest award in the Boy Scouts of America.
Campbell is the 59th Eagle Scout in Troop 120.
He became a scout in February 2008 and eagerly advanced through the ranks before achieving Eagle Scout, earning a total of 27 merit badges.
He served as an assistant patrol leader and senior patrol leader. And, he was troop gamemaster. Campbell was inducted into the Order of the Arrow Honor Camper Society, being elected by his fellow scouts, and holds the honor of brotherhood.
For his Eagle Scout service project, Clinton collected hearing aids that will be reconditioned and reused for people in need.
Campbell attends Prairie Home High School and is the son of David and Shelia Campbell.
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