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Austintown scout becomes 183rd Eagle Scout for Troop 9025

November 6, 2019
J.T. Whitehouse , The Town Crier

Earning the spot as Eagle Scout number 183 for Scout Troop 9025, chartered to the Methodist Church in Canfield, is Steven Charles Deak, 18, son of Steven Deak and Janet Pateras of Austintown. Steven joined Troop in 2013 and currently serves as Senior Patrol Leader.

Steven earned a whopping 26 merit badges; only 21 are needed to fulfill the Eagle requirements. He earned the Camp Seven Ranges 5th Year Pipestone Award, Gettysburg Historic Hike Award, Duty to God Religious Award, Bob Roberts Memorial Backpatch with seven points, and is recipient of the Troop 25 2018 Jimmy Jones Outstanding Scout Award. He is a member of the Ordeal Member of Marnoc Lodge 151-Order of the Arrow, and took part in the Gettysburg Historic Battlefield Campout, and Seven Ranges Scout Reservation Summer Camp.

Steven is a senior at the Mahoning County Career and Technical Center where he is in aviation mechanics. When he graduates, he plans on pursuing a career in the Airline Industry as an aviation mechanic.

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Eagle Scout Steven Deak

Steven attends Zion Lutheran Church in Cornersburg and in his spare time, enjoys model railroading and radio controlled planes, cars and boats. He is also a volunteer at the War Veterans Museum.

For his Eagle Challenge, given by Troop Assistant Leader and Eagle Scout Donald Duda, Steven worked with the ranger at the Mill Creek Recreation Area of Berlin Lake and constructed bird boxes and installed them along with mulching the trail for the Bay Woods Nature Trail in the Mill Creek Bend at Berlin Lake.

Steven's Eagle Scout Award will be presented at a special Eagle Scout Court of Honor on Wednesday, Nov. 13, 2019 in the Sanctuary of Canfield United Methodist Church, 27 S. Broad St., Canfield.



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