Evans receives SAR Eagle Scout award


By Robert Grim



Shawn A. Cox, (left) vice president of the Ohio Society Sons of the American Revolution (SAR), present a certificate of Recognition to Eagle Scout Riley Evans, the winner of the of the Arthur St. Clair Chapter (SAR) Arthur M. and Berdena King Eagle Scout Contest. Pictured with Riley are his parents: Rachel and Todd Evans.


Miami Trace High School student Riley Evans was named the winner of the Arthur St. Clair Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution (SAR) Arthur M. and Berdena King Eagle Scout Contest during the chapter’s recent monthly meeting.

SAR state society vice president Shawn A. Cox presented Evans a certificate, a medal and an Eagle Scout merit badge in recognition of being selected as the SAR chapter winner.

Contestants were judged on the number of leadership positions held in scouting, the number of merit badges earned, the scouting activities they participated in; plus they were required to write a 500-word patriotic themed essay and submit a four generation ancestor genealogy chart. As the chapter winner, Evans will compete in the SAR’s state society contest.

Shawn A. Cox, (left) vice president of the Ohio Society Sons of the American Revolution (SAR), present a certificate of Recognition to Eagle Scout Riley Evans, the winner of the of the Arthur St. Clair Chapter (SAR) Arthur M. and Berdena King Eagle Scout Contest. Pictured with Riley are his parents: Rachel and Todd Evans.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_SAR-Record-Herald-photo.jpegShawn A. Cox, (left) vice president of the Ohio Society Sons of the American Revolution (SAR), present a certificate of Recognition to Eagle Scout Riley Evans, the winner of the of the Arthur St. Clair Chapter (SAR) Arthur M. and Berdena King Eagle Scout Contest. Pictured with Riley are his parents: Rachel and Todd Evans.

By Robert Grim

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