Trevor Millhouse, son of Michael and Nancy Millhouse, has achieved Boy Scouting's highest rank, that of Eagle Scout Dec. 15, 2016. Trevor, 18, is a member of Cape Coral Troop 4, sponsored by the Masonic Lodge under the leadership of Scoutmaster Tom Tomlins. Trevor started his scouting career as a Wolf Scout in Pack 4 in 2005. As a member of Troop 4, Trevor has held numerous leadership positions including, Assistant Patrol Leader, Webmaster, Troop Guide, Assistant Senior Patrol Leader and Senior Patrol Leader. He has attended numerous camp outings, four summer camps and several service projects. Trevor has earned 33 merit badges. Trevor attended National Youth Leadership Training, and was also accepted into Order of the Arrow.
For his Eagle Scout Project, Trevor planned, coordinated and supervised the construction and installation of a recreation area for the Masonic Lodge in Cape Coral. The recreation area is a paver space with a fire pit and horseshoe pits for use by all of the members, with shrubs planted around the area.
Trevor graduated from Mariner High School and is a freshman at the University of Central Florida.
Troop 4 Scoutmaster Thomas Tomlins, left, with Eagle Scout Trevor Millhouse.
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