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Troop 1262 Honors Eagle Scout Jordan Eulinger
June 9, 2012
On Sunday, June 3, 2012, Troop 1262 in Lees Summit, Missouri held an Eagle Court of Honor to recognize Jordan Eulinger
Jordan T. Eulinger, 18, was born the evening of May 19, 1994 at Research
Hospital in Kansas City, Missouri. His parents are Wendy and Patrick
Always a student in the Lees Summit school district,
Jordan started at Cedar Creek Elementary for kindergarten. His family
moved to Greenwood for his 1st grade year where they currently reside.
Jordan completed his elementary education at Greenwood Elementary. His
secondary education was spent at Summit Lakes Middle School and Lees
Summit West High School. Jordan grew up interested in a variety of
activities including soccer, football, baseball, wrestling,
trapshooting, and lacrosse. He achieved varsity lettering in 3 out of
his 4 years in high school in trapshooting, and both years he played
lacrosse. Jordan has also volunteered as a dog socializer for Wayside
Waifs. He is an avid outdoorsman and enjoys hunting, fishing, and
In 2000, Jordan became a Tiger Cub in Pack 4262 at
Aldersgate United Methodist Church. His journey in Scouts continued
through Webelos wherein he attended 2 years at camp Naish. He achieved
his Arrow of Light in 2005 before crossing over into Troop 1262. Upon
crossing over, Jordan became an active member in the troop. He held
leadership positions of patrol leader, and assistant patrol leader.
Jordan attended Camp Bartle for 6 years where he became Firebuilder
Little Crafter of Mighty Oak in the Tribe of Mic-O-Say. Jordan also
obtained his Brotherhood in Order of the Arrow at Camp Naish. Jordan has
earned over 25 merit badges as well as his World Conservation Award.
Eagle service project reflected his love of the outdoors. He and
members of the troop constructed 25 blue bird houses for the Missouri
Department of Conservation at James A. Reed. The bird houses will be
used throughout Missouri Conservation areas to house our Missouri state
bird. Jordan earned the rank of Eagle Scout in May 2012.
plans for the future include utilizing his A+ earnings towards his
education at Longview Community College. After which he plans on
attending either Missouri State or Northwest Missouri State University
to pursue a degree in Wildlife Conservation. He also plans on interning
for the Missouri Department of Conservation and to continue playing
lacrosse while pursuing his degree.
Laugh, Love, Learn, Leave Legacy~Paul Broome