ADOPTED - SEPTEMBER 27, 2005
Agenda Item No. 18
Introduced by Commissioner Randy Schafer of the:
INGHAM COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
RESOLUTION HONORING BRIAN DOYLE
WHEREAS, Brian Doyle is a 2005 graduate of Williamston High School; and
WHEREAS, he is currently enrolled in the James Madison College at Michigan State University, his goal is to serve as an ambassador/diplomat to a foreign nation on behalf of the United States; and
WHEREAS, Brian has been an active participate in Boy Scout Troop #63 since 1998, he has earned 24 merit badges and joined the Order of the Arrow in 2000, he has served as Scribe, Quartermaster, Troop Guide, Assistant Patrol Leader and Patrol Leader; and
WHEREAS, his eagle project entailed cleaning, scraping and painting 35 fire hydrants on the south side of the City of Williamston, he spent 16 hours planning the project and, with the help of seven other fellow scouts, friends and family members, spent an additional 35 hours completing the project; and
WHEREAS, Brian has earned the highest rank attainable in Scouting, the Eagle Scout; and
WHEREAS, to achieve the Eagle rank, a scout must demonstrate leadership and citizenship while earning 21 merit badges before reaching the age of 18.
THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Ingham County Board of Commissioners congratulates Brian Doyle for earning the rank of Eagle Scout and extends its sincere appreciation to Brian for serving as a positive role model for the youth in our community.