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St. John Vianney troop welcomes three new Eagle Scouts
the Inland Register
(From the April 8, 2010 edition of the Inland Register)
St. John Vianney Boy ScoutTroop 431, sponsored by the Knights of Columbus Council #8201, is proud to introduce three new Eagle Scouts: Dennis Sauve, Ryan Senger, and Alec Stubbers.
Troop 431’s new Scoutmaster Doug Barry and past Scoutmaster Dan Glatt said that all three of these young men have represented Scout with the highest honor look forward to what they will accomplish in the future.
“We encourage any young boy in the 5th grade or older to consider joining Boy Scouts and follow in these young men’s examples of Duty to Self, Duty to Country, and Duty to God,” said Barry.
Dennis Sauve is a senior at Gonzaga Prep. Dennis is the son of Don and Pam Sauve and is a member of St. John Vianney Parish, Spokane Valley. For his Eagle Scout service project, Dennis worked with the Spokane Valley Heritage Museum. He installed weatherization around the windows and painted the museum. Dennis also secured a computer for the museum and help set up a database for the museum to catalogue their items.
Ryan Senger, another Gonzaga Prep senior, is the son of Nick and Brenda Senger and a member of St. Peter Parish. Ryan’s service project was the construction of the entryway at the Garden for the Poor at Our Lady of Fatima Parish in Spokane. The entryway will further develop the gardens that are being built to supply the House of Charity with fresh produce.
Alec Stubbers is a senior at University High School in Spokane Valley. Alec is the son of Brent and Christy Stubbers and a member of St. John Vianney Parish. Alec’s project was the construction of the amphitheater at Our Lady of Fatima’s Garden for the Poor. The amphitheater will give a place for small group gathering and prayer sessions in an outdoor environment.