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East Young Achiever

| Thursday, September 28, 2006 12:00 a.m

Evan T. Myers

Residence: Penn Hills

Age: 18

School: Myers is a senior at Penn Hills High School.

Family: Parents, Richard and Denise Myers; a sister, Lauren Menzietti, 24

Noteworthy: Myers erected a flagpole at the Blackridge Civic Association in Churchill. The service project was a part of the work he did to earn the rank of Eagle Scout. Evan, with the help of fellow scouts and community members, did all the preparation work, poured concrete and sand, erected the pole and arranged for landscaping at the site. Myers said the cost of the project, about $400, was paid for by donations from the community. Myers will be recognized for attaining the rank of Eagle Scout during a Court of Honor at 6 p.m. Sunday at the Blackridge Civic Association, 1200 Beulah Road, Churchill.

Activities: Myers is a member of Boy Scout Troop 115, sponsored by St. Bartholomew Catholic Church in Penn Hills; the marching band at his school; and the Junior Navy Reserve Officers Training Corps.

Quote: “I felt relieved to complete the project. It felt good to raise the flag for the first time.

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