Friday, February 22, 2013
Brad Simmons, class of 1975, is among four recipients of the prestigious award highlighted in this video.
The Great Lakes Field Service Council for Boy Scouts of America recently named Brother Rice High School graduate Brad Simmons (Class of '75) with their Eagle Scout Lifetime Achievement Award. According to the school's Facebook Page, Simmons was recognized for all his years of service to scouting, which he discussed in this promotional video posted to YouTube.com earlier this month. He is currently Director for Office of the Chairman at Ford Motor Company, and serves a Director of Business Leaders for Michigan, as well as on the board of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metropolitan Detroit. For More about Eagle Scouts in the Bloomfield-Bloomfield Hills Patch: This is part of an occasional series on Bloomfield-Bloomfield Hills Patch. Do you …
Thursday, January 19, 2012
With sights set on becoming an Eagle Scout and dreams of becoming a veterinarian Joshua Geary has big plans to honor special officers.
Each week, Bloomfield Patch features students doing amazing things in their schools and in their communities. This week's Whiz Kid is an animal lover that is dedicating his Leadership Service Project to honor K-9 units that protect and serve the public. Do you know our next Whiz Kid? Bloomfield Patch welcomes suggestions for students, youth groups and even sports teams who wow us with their accomplishments. We want to hear about amazing children and teens and select one each week as Whiz Kid. Submit your nomination in our comment box below or email the information to editor Art.Aisner@patch.com. Please include all these details:
Friday, January 6, 2012
Simon Trask takes leadership and community service seriously, and recruited others to clean parts of the Rouge River.
Each week, Bloomfield Patch features students doing amazing things in their schools and in their communities. This week's Whiz Kid is a Bloomfield Township resident who was recently named an Eagle Scout, the highest award given by the Boy Scouts of America, for his community involvement and leadership. Age: 17 School: Birmingham Groves High School Achievement: On his way to achieving Eagle Scout status, Trask earned 29 merit badges and completed a major community service project by drawing roughgly 50 volunteers to help with the Rouge River clean-up last spring. He also financed and organized completion of the trail improvements and firewood project at the E. L. Johnson Nature Center. "The river is now clear of debris and flows freely …