Cary Boy Scouts earn Eagle Scout rank
Daniel Emerson, Luke Gray, Adam Kharas and J.C. White of Boy Scout Troop 31 of Cary earned the rank of Eagle Scout, the highest achievement in Boy Scouting.
For Emerson’s project, he painted five fire hydrants for the town of Cary. He is a graduate of Cary High School and the son of Paul and Randolyn Emerson.
Gray conducted a food drive for Dorcas Ministries. He is a student at Middle Creek High School and the son of Phillip and Heather Gray.
Kharas provided 100 backpacks full of school supplies to Millbrook Middle School students in need. He is a student at Raleigh Charter High School and the son of Neville and Noel Kharas.
White replaced broken courtyard benches at Enloe High School. He is the son of John and Dianna White.
Cary Boy Scout earns award
Ryan Biegert, an Eagle Scout and a member of Troop 212 of Cary, was named one of four recipients of Occoneechee Lodge 104’s Order of the Arrow’s Founder’s Award. This is the highest award that an Order of the Arrow Lodge may give to its members.
Cary resident earns Toastmasters award
Jackie Kilberg of Cary Club 3335, the oldest Toastmasters club in Cary, was honored with Toastmasters District 37’s President of the Year award. She was recognized for her work reinstating the club and her diligence organizing the group.