|9129 Valley View Rd, Macedonia, OH 44056|
8/16/03 - 2771 Tinkers Ln, Twinsburg, 44087 -2169633123
|Worked at Holiday Inn Hudson|
Worked at Mr. Chicken 95
Has a job as an accountant and is going to school part time
|HS: Extra Curricular|
|NL Feb 16 1994 - "Three area Eagle Scouts awarded" The Eagle Scout Association of Greater Cleveland and NASA Lewis Research Center joined to honor 99 young men from the Greater Cleveland area who earned their Eagle Scout badges in 1993.|
Andrew J. Havlicek of Macedonia ... [was] among the Eagle Scouts honored at NASA's DEB Auditorium on Feb. 13.
Lewis, a longtime supporter of the Boy Scout Program, sponsors Explorer Post 629 which focuses on space-related subjects.
Guest speaker was Matt Stover who just completed his third year as place kicker for the Cleveland Browns.
The Eagle Scout badge represents years of work. To become an Eagle Scout, a young man must progress through the ranks of Tenderfoot, Second Class, First Class, Star and Life before attaining the rank of Eagle Scout.
He must earn at least 21 merit badges, 10 of which are required and cover such subjects as first aid, safety, camping, citizenship, environmental science, emergency preparedness for lifesaving and responsibility in his troop.
Finally, he must plan, develop and give leadership to others in carrying out a service project helpful to his community, school or church.
These requirements must be completed before his 18th birthday. Only about 2 percent of Boy Scouts attain the rank of Eagle Scout.