Livermore’s Boy Scout Troop 942 honored its latest Eagle Scouts at a Court of Honor held on March 2nd, 2014. The Eagle Scouts, from left-to-right, are Paul Epperson, Drake Foote, Jonathan Wapman, and Max Hayes. They earned their Eagle Scout rank under the guidance of Scoutmaster Harry Hayes. These four young men started out together as Tiger Cubs in Pack 939 and have stayed together through their Scouting career. Combined they earned a total of 104 merit badges, attended Wente summer camp for seven years, and went on many hikes culminating in a 106 mile hike through Philmont in New Mexico. Paul, a senior at Livermore Valley Charter Preparatory High School, is the son of Patrick and Leila Epperson. Paul’s Eagle Project was building four garden planters for the Livermore Valley Charter Preparatory School. Drake, a senior at Livermore High School, is the son of Ken and Betsy Foote. His Eagle Project consisted of planning, organizing, and planting 85 blue oak, valley oak and live oak seedlings near the LARPD ranger office in Sycamore Grove Park. Jonathan, also a senior at Livermore High School, is the son of Derek and Kay Wapman. His Eagle Project involved building 20 protective netting structures for Camp Arroyo’s vegetable grow boxes. Max, a senior at Granada High School, is the son of Harry and Melinda Hayes. Max’s Eagle Project was the building of a shade structure and three planter boxes for the children at Trinity Day Care Learning Center at Trinity Church.