Four Edmond Scouts recognized at Eagle Court of Honor

Oklahoman Published: August 31, 2011
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EDMOND -- Boy Scouts of America, Troop 21, of Edmond, recently recognized four Eagle Scouts at an Eagle Court of Honor.

In the Aug. 14 ceremony, Thomas Banbridge, Adam Dorety, Derrick Linville and Ethan Scott were honored.

Bainbridge, 18, received his Eagle Scout in June. For his project, he rehabilitated two apartments for a women’s shelter. He is a 2011 graduate of Putnam City North High School and will be attending Oklahoma State University this fall, majoring in zoology. He is the son of Russell and Nancy Bainbridge, of Oklahoma City.

Dorety, 18, received his Eagle Scout in February. For his project, he built four paintball targets and benches for the Muscular Dystrophy Kids’ Camp to be used by campers each summer. He is a 2011 graduate of Edmond Memorial High School and will be entering the University of Central Oklahoma this fall with plans to major in civil engineering. He is the son of David and Diana Dorety, of Edmond.

Linville, 18, received his Eagle Scout in January. For his project, he built bear feeders for the Oklahoma City Zoo. He is a 2011 graduate of Edmond North High School and will be attending the University of Oklahoma this fall to pursue a degree in computer engineering. He is the son of Jim and Barbara Linville, of Edmond.

Scott, 20, received his Eagle Scout in June 2009. For his project, he designed and built four outdoor picnic tables for the Edmond Historical Society and Museum to be used at the 1889 Territorial School. He is a 2009 graduate of Edmond Memorial High School and is a junior at Oklahoma State University pursuing a double major in mechanical and aerospace engineering. He is the son of Steve and Laura Scott, of Edmond.