Fr. Evers reflects on being an Eagle Scout and congratulates three SSPP students who attained the honor
Father Evers reflects on his own journey to becoming an Eagle Scout, as SSPP's very own Alumni recently became Eagle Scouts.
"My journey through the Boy Scouts provided me with some of the best years of my life. My years in scouting were an opportunity for me to grow personally as a leader, to learn to be responsible, to care for others and myself, and to have fun enjoying the outdoors and the beauty of God's creation. By God's grace, I was able to become an Eagle Scout, attaining the highest rank in scouting with the support of my family, friends, and scout troop. For my Eagle Project, I led and completed the construction of two discovery tables for children with special needs. One table was a tracing table and the second table was a discovery table that had sections for magnifying objects, testing for magnetism, and an enclosed area with a plexiglass window to observe fragile objects. It was a great amount of fun and I would do it all over again in an instant!"