Bradley earns Eagle Scout


Eli Bradley of Clinton achieved the rank of Eagle Scout on Nov. 5, 2015. Bradley is a member of Troop 80, sponsored by the First Baptist Church in Clinton and the 16 year old son of Jennifer and Michael Bradley. To earn the rank of Eagle, Bradley successfully earned 46 merit badges and completed over 100 hours of community service. For his Eagle Scout Project, Bradley coordinated a year-long field study to collect scientific data on Sampson County’s reptile and amphibian species for the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences. Bradley plans to pursue a college degree in biology and intends to obtain a career in the same field.


Eli Bradley of Clinton achieved the rank of Eagle Scout on Nov. 5, 2015. Bradley is a member of Troop 80, sponsored by the First Baptist Church in Clinton and the 16 year old son of Jennifer and Michael Bradley. To earn the rank of Eagle, Bradley successfully earned 46 merit badges and completed over 100 hours of community service. For his Eagle Scout Project, Bradley coordinated a year-long field study to collect scientific data on Sampson County’s reptile and amphibian species for the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences. Bradley plans to pursue a college degree in biology and intends to obtain a career in the same field.

Eli Bradley of Clinton achieved the rank of Eagle Scout on Nov. 5, 2015. Bradley is a member of Troop 80, sponsored by the First Baptist Church in Clinton and the 16 year old son of Jennifer and Michael Bradley. To earn the rank of Eagle, Bradley successfully earned 46 merit badges and completed over 100 hours of community service. For his Eagle Scout Project, Bradley coordinated a year-long field study to collect scientific data on Sampson County’s reptile and amphibian species for the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences. Bradley plans to pursue a college degree in biology and intends to obtain a career in the same field.
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/web1_Bradley-color-photo.jpgEli Bradley of Clinton achieved the rank of Eagle Scout on Nov. 5, 2015. Bradley is a member of Troop 80, sponsored by the First Baptist Church in Clinton and the 16 year old son of Jennifer and Michael Bradley. To earn the rank of Eagle, Bradley successfully earned 46 merit badges and completed over 100 hours of community service. For his Eagle Scout Project, Bradley coordinated a year-long field study to collect scientific data on Sampson County’s reptile and amphibian species for the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences. Bradley plans to pursue a college degree in biology and intends to obtain a career in the same field.
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