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Published: November 16, 2012 -
Updated: November 17, 2012 12:05 am
Alexander Lee Flenniken of Rices Landing has earned his Eagle Scout Award and recently was recognized in a Court of Honor at the Rices Landing Volunteer Fire Department social hall. Flenniken is a member of Rices Landing VFD, Troop 1168. For his Eagle Scout project, Flenniken chose to install electric service to a new pavilion in Pumpkin Run Park in Rices Landing. The pavilion was an Eagle Scout project of a previous member of Troop 1168. The project involved burying nearly 400 feet of underground conduit, pulling cable, installing conduit in the pavilion and installing the breaker panel, outlets and light fixtures. Flenniken has served his troop as senior patrol leader, patrol leader, bugler and Order of the Arrow troop representative. He also has attained brotherhood in the Order of the Arrow. Flenniken served as a staff member at the National Youth Leader Training Conference and Heritage Reservation summer camp, and he attended the 2010 National Scout Jamboree. Flenniken is a freshman at Jefferson-Morgan High School and is active in the band and academic team. His parents are William and Lea Ann Flenniken of Rices Landing.
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