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Lee's Summit Boy Scout Troop 220 Honors Eagle Scout Miles Arthur Davis
November 3, 2012
Miles Arthur Davis
On Sunday, October 28, 2012, Troop 220
n Lees Summit, Missouri held an Eagle Court of Honor
to recognize seven Eagle Scouts.
Scout is the highest rank in Boy Scouts. Becoming an Eagle Scout is not
an easy task. Only a very small percent of Boy Scouts earn the Eagle
In 2008 Miles Davis joined Troop 220 and earned his Scout, Tenderfoot and Second Class ranks. He followed that up with First Class and Star ranks in 2009. In 2010 he earned his Life rank. Miles earned his Eagle Scout in July 2012.
On his trail to Eagle, Miles earned 32 merit badges served the troop as Quartermaster, Troop Quartermaster and Historian. He completed Junior Leader Training and multiple Mile Swims in 2010, 2011 and 2012. Additionally he earned the World Conservation Award and the God and Church Award.
Miles is a Warrior in the Tribe of Mic-O-Say with the tribal name Fierce Noble Coyote and a Brotherhood member of the Order of the Arrow.
For his Eagle Scout service project, Miles led scouts and adults in rehabilitating and re-landscaping the Children’s Memorial Butterfly Garden in Lowenstein Park. Approximately eighty trees, shrubs and plants that attract butterflies were re-planted.
Miles is the son of Art and Hope Davis. He is a sophomore attending Lee’s Summit North High School where he is on the Honor Roll and participates on the football and wrestling teams. He is a volunteer with Lee’s Summit Social Services, Pro Deo Youth Center and Coldwater Pantry. He also assisted with tornado cleanup in Joplin, Missouri. Miles is a member of Lee’s Summit Christian Church and works in their Community Garden. His hobbies include watching college and professional sports, reading and water sports.
After high school, Miles plans to attend college and pursue a career in a sports related field.
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