Oklahoma City area achievers

Oklahoma City area achievers
FROM STAFF REPORTS Published: April 3, 2013



Scott Edward Cameron, 14, was awarded the Eagle Scout during a court of honor at Westminster Presbyterian Church. A freshman at Edmond Memorial High School and member of Troop 386, he is the son of Ann and Alex Cameron. He is active on the tennis team and is a member of the German Club and National Honor Society. His Eagle project involved building and installing birdhouses at Tealridge Assisted Living Center in honor of his grandfather, the late Dr. Hugh Stephenson Jr., who enjoyed watching bluebirds from his window in the later years of his life. Each resident also received a laminated bird guide created by Cameron.

Casey Aaron Frederick, 16, has earned the Eagle Scout award. The son of Lance and Nancy Frederick, he is a sophomore at Edmond North High School and attends Waterloo Road Baptist Church. He is a member of Troop 479.

He is a youth leader at his church, is in Junior ROTC and is involved in drama at his high school.

Frederick's Eagle project was to remove, then construct a retaining wall at Lake Arcadia. His court of honor is scheduled for Saturday.

Hunter Stout, 14, has earned the Eagle Scout award. The son of Keith and Becky Stout, he is a freshman at Edmond Memorial High School and attends Henderson Hills Baptist Church. He is a member of Troop 21, affiliated with St. John the Baptist Catholic Church.

Stout is an honors student with a 4.0 grade-point average. He is a member of Family, Career and Community Leaders of America and the Creative Writing Club.

For his Eagle project, he led a team of 11 Boy Scouts to make and install directional signs at Camp Fire Heart of Oklahoma's Camp DaKaNi.

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