Troop 62, Chewsville, honored James McClanathan with the highest award in Scouting - the Eagle Scout on Feb. 23 at St. Andrew's United Methodist Church in Hagerstown.
James is the son of Terry and Joyce McClanathan.
The members of Troop 62 conducted the opening ceremony.
Scoutmaster Ed Marfut presented the Eagle badge and administered the Eagle Oath. James then presented his mother with a miniature Eagle pin and his father with an Eagle tie tack. James also presented a mentor pin to Rodney Purdham for his assistance, encouragement and support.
State Sen. Don Munson presented a State Resolution. Del. Chris Shank presented a House Resolution. Jerry Cump from Hagerstown Elks Lodge 378 presented the Americanism Award. The Elks Lodge provides the Eagle kit for every Eagle Scout in Washington County.
U.S. Rep. Roscoe Bartlett presented Congressional Recognition along with a U.S. flag, which flew over the Capitol building.
Washington County District Executive Scott Paddack read a letter of congratulations from Scout Executive Don Shepherd. Troop 62 presented a plaque with the Eagle badge and certificate.