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Angie Frederickson
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William Latiolais, Quinn Otermat, Ryan Lamprecht

William Latiolais, Quinn Otermat, and Ryan Lamprecht

William Latiolais, Quinn Otermat, and Ryan Lamprecht (pictured, from left) are now Eagle Scouts, the highest rank possible that only four out of each 100 Scouts achieve. Pictured in the Edith L. Moore Nature Sanctuary, the boys are members of Boy Scouts of America Troop 642 located at Memorial Drive Presbyterian Church, which is one of the oldest troops in the Houston area and has produced more than 620 Eagle Scouts, one of the highest totals in the nation. William, a Stratford High School graduate and freshman at Louisiana State University, completed his Eagle Scout service project for Mission of Yahweh, a women’s and children’s shelter in West Houston. He refurbished the children’s gaga ball (a game similar to dodgeball) pit and picnic tables and built three additional picnic tables. Quinn and Ryan are seniors at Stratford High School. Quinn refurbished a gaga ball pit and built four new picnic tables for Family Point Resources, an organization that provides youth fitness and education programs, and William built a meditation area with wood benches and pathways for Passages for Women, an organization that provides assistance to women after treatment for chemical dependency.

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