Merrimack Eagle Scout honored for service project

Courtesy photo Bryce Stack, left, is pictured with his Eagle project advisor, R. Brian Snow.

MERRIMACK – For 2017, the National Eagle Scout Association recognized Bryce Stack of Merrimack’s Boy Scout Troop 424 as the Daniel Webster Council recipient of the Adams Eagle Scout Service Project of the Year Award. This award was recently presented to Bryce at the 2017 Council Recognition Dinner on Saturday, April 22. The National Eagle Scout Association established the Glenn A. and Melinda W. Adams National Eagle Scout Service Project of the Year Award to recognize valuable service of an exceptional nature by a Scout to a religious institution, a school or community

For Bryce’s Eagle Project, he landscaped, designed and built raised bed vegetable gardens, as well as planted and delivered over 200 pounds of produce to the Nashua Soup Kitchen & Shelter as an effort to support the Unitarian Universalist Church of Nashua’s mission to end hunger. He and his family, peers and adult supporters worked well over 370 hours to accomplish this project.

Bryce Stack is a senior at Academy for Science and Design. He is a past Senior Patrol Leader for Merrimack Boy Scout Troop 424 and Arrowhead Chapter Chief with the Order of the Arrow. Bryce was a recipient of the Vigil Honor from the Order of the Arrow. He will be attending Boston University this fall and will study political science and economics.

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