Dyson Allen

 

Dyson Allen earns Eagle Scout award

Nov. 23, 2017

 

Eagle Scout Award Dyson Allen, son of Michael and Laurie Allen of Sterling, has achieved Boy Scouting’s highest rank, that of Eagle Scout.

Allen, a member of Troop 541, reached his goal of Eagle Scout in June, 2017 and received his Eagle badge during a court of honor ceremony on Tuesday, Nov. 7, 2017 at the Sterling LDS church.

For his Eagle Scout Service Project, Allen coordinated a work crew that installed flag mounts that are visible along Highway 89 through Sterling.

His parents say, “Thank you to the countless scout leaders who have been such a positive influence in Dyson’s life.”

Carson Carmody

Carson Carmody

Carson Carmody earns Eagle March 14

 

Carson Carmody, son of Thomas and Candy Carmody, will receive his Eagle Scout Award on Tuesday, March 14 at 7 p.m. in the Manti Utah Stake Center. He is the first son in the Carmody family to receive his Eagle Scout Award.

His Eagle project was a book drive for the Manti Elementary School library. He thanks the many leaders who spent their time to help him achieve this goal.

Michael Waymann

Michael Waymann

Michael Wayman earns Eagle Scout Award Oct. 23

 

Michael Wayman, son of Shauna and Gerald Wayman of Ephraim, received his Eagle Award in scouting at a Court of Honor held Sunday, Oct. 23, 2016.

For his Eagle Project, Michael built 15 bunk beds to house the Young Women in the 8th Ward at their annual Girl’s Camp this past July.

 

 

 

 

Three young men earn Eagle Scout award

 

Dayton Talbot, son of Layne and Rosella Talbot, Spencer Applegarth, son of Paul and Kathryn Applegarth, and Trent Seely, son of Ted and Tina Seely, all of the Mt. Pleasant 4th ward, earned their Eagle Scout awards just prior to their mission calls to Trinidad, Tobaggo, Sierra Leonne, and California.

Dayton Talbot, son of Layne and Rosella Talbot, Spencer Applegarth, son of Paul and Kathryn Applegarth, and Trent Seely, son of Ted and Tina Seely, all of the Mt. Pleasant 4th ward, earned their Eagle Scout awards just prior to their mission calls to Trinidad, Tobaggo, Sierra Leonne, and California.

Venturing Crew winners of the 22nd annual Sanpete Challenge were from Gunnison 2nd Ward Crew 564. (L-R): Clark Bown (leader), Wyatt Young, McKay Halliday, Brandon Tucker, Bill Tucker (leader) and (last on right) Gabriel Jensen. Not pictured: Craig Jensen, Jacob Carlisle and Chad Ellett.

Venturing Crew winners of the 22nd annual Sanpete Challenge were from Gunnison 2nd Ward Crew 564. (L-R): Clark Bown (leader), Wyatt Young, McKay Halliday, Brandon Tucker, Bill Tucker (leader) and (last on right) Gabriel Jensen. Not pictured: Craig Jensen, Jacob Carlisle and Chad Ellett.

 

Scouts put best foot forward in annual Sanpete Challenge

 

Robert Stevens

Staff writer

9-22-2016

 

MAYFIELD—Nine teams of Varsity and Venturing Scouts from the Arapeen District gathered in Mayfield on Saturday, Sept. 10,  to compete in the 22nd Annual Sanpete Challenge, a delicate and complicated obstacle course.

According to Mica Talbot, unit commissioner for the Moroni Stake, the first place Varsity team was the Manti 8th Ward Team 1650, with a time of 2 hours and 5 minutes.

The first place Venture Crew was Gunnison 2nd Ward Crew 564, with a time of 2 hours and 28 minutes.

Overall, six Venture crews and three Varsity teams competed, for nine teams in total.

The Venturing crews participating in the event were Crew 0571 from the Fayette Ward, Crew 563 from the Gunnison 1st Ward, Crew 561 from the Centerfield 1st Ward, Crew 538 from the Manti 4th Ward, Crew 541 from the Sterling Ward and Crew 564 from the Gunnison 2nd Ward.

The Varsity teams were Team 508 from the Spring City 2nd Ward, Team 1650 from the Manti 8th Ward and Team 542 from the Manti 1st Ward.

The contest, which started at the Mayfield City Park at 9 a.m., is designed to challenge older teens registered as Varsity or Venture Scouts, Talbot says.

According to Talbot, participant teams were given a lighted match that had to be carried through 10 events. The match had to remain lighted so Scouts would be able to burn through a string in the final event.

“The race began with a Frisbee throw, and once completed, the baton was carried to the Mayfield cemetery.  The runner would complete the archery challenge, putting arrows into a target,” Talbot said.

From there, Talbot explained, the team baton was passed to a cyclist who rode over the White Hills and descended to a rifle shoot north of the Sanpete County Cooperative Landfill.

The baton was passed again to a runner who ran through the David Madsen farm to a Tomahawk throw.

Once tomahawks were stuck in the targets, Talbot says, runners sprinted up to the Chalk Cliffs for a 100-foot repel, only to pass the baton to a team member waiting at the bottom.

The two-man log saw was next, the baton passed, and then onto U.S. 89, where Scouts had to climb a rope.

A passed baton found scouts in Yardley pond for the canoe obstacle course. After Yardley pond, a biker raced along the canal, back to Mayfield to pass the baton—and hopefully a dry, still-flaming match—to a fellow team member. That’s where teams had to burn through a string.

Talbot said, “Speed, stamina and teamwork were a must, but accuracy and technique were just as important, as teams would be penalized with time delays for missed targets or ineffective technique.”

Talbot said he wanted to give special thanks to Dr. Dwight Inouye, Arapeen District activities chair, and David Beck, Arapeen assistant district commissioner, both from the Gunnison Stake, for organizing the event.

He also extended thanks to Doug Willden. Bob Morley, Dan Nance and his wife, Dean Sanderson, Eric Anderson and Shanon McArther for supervising stations along the course. Rawlin Bagnall, the new Arapeen District executive was also in attendance.

 

Varsity team winners of the 22nd annual Sanpete Challenge were from the Manti 8th Ward Team 1650. Team members are (L-R) Rawlin Anderson, Kaden Anderson, Jay Henningson, Jordan Blauer, Max Mickelson, Josh Blauer, Daniel Olson, Dustin Cook, Blake Meacham, Conner Meacham, Dale Henningson and Robert Miller. (Not pictured: Clayson Pace).

Varsity team winners of the 22nd annual Sanpete Challenge were from the Manti 8th Ward Team 1650. Team members are (L-R) Rawlin Anderson, Kaden Anderson, Jay Henningson, Jordan Blauer, Max Mickelson, Josh Blauer, Daniel Olson, Dustin Cook, Blake Meacham, Conner Meacham, Dale Henningson and Robert Miller. (Not pictured: Clayson Pace).

Four boys received the rank of Eagle Scout in Troop, Team and Post 1642, sponsored by the LDS Mt. Pleasant 5th Ward. From left to right: Jacob Sparks, Tom Jones, Ben Andersen and Simon Quinn. Hats off to Loyce Schuhmann, who, as the Eagle Scout finisher for the past 10 years, has been instrumental in helping many scouts achieve this rank.

Four boys received the rank of Eagle Scout in Troop, Team and Post 1642, sponsored by the LDS Mt. Pleasant 5th Ward.
From left to right: Jacob Sparks, Tom Jones, Ben Andersen and Simon Quinn.
Hats off to Loyce Schuhmann, who, as the Eagle Scout finisher for the past 10 years, has been instrumental in helping many scouts achieve this rank.