Troop 117, Clear Spring, honored Kyle Robert Graybill with the highest award in Scouting - the Eagle Scout - on June 1 at Hilltop Christian Fellowship.
The members of Troop 117 conducted the opening ceremony and Scoutmaster Keith Sheffler served as the master of ceremonies. He also read "Trail to Eagle." Eagle Scout Kyle Downs read "One Hundred Scouts." Eagle Scout Tim Bair administered the Eagle Charge.
Sheffler presented the Eagle badge, and Kyle in turn presented his mother with a miniature Eagle pin and his father with an Eagle lapel pin. Kyle is the son of Brad and Holly Graybill.
Jerry Cump from Hagerstown Elks Lodge No. 378 presented the Americanism Award, along with a U.S. flag.
U.S. Rep. Roscoe Bartlett presented a Congressional Recognition, along with a U.S. flag, which flew over the Capitol building. Kyle also received a State Resolution from Sen. Don Munson, House Resolution from Del. LeRoy Myers and a Governor's Citation. John Barr presented a Certificate of Accomplishment from the Washington County Commissioners. Troop 117 presented Kyle with an Eagle bolo tie and a membership to the National Eagle Scout Association.