Six Downers Grove Boy Scouts earn Eagle Scout rank

  • Six members of Boy Scout Troop 57 earned Eagle Scout rank on Aug. 8.  They are, from left, Nathan Luczak, Peter Kowalski, Joseph Hyzy, Carlos Mendez, Raymond Stull, and John Norris.

    Six members of Boy Scout Troop 57 earned Eagle Scout rank on Aug. 8. They are, from left, Nathan Luczak, Peter Kowalski, Joseph Hyzy, Carlos Mendez, Raymond Stull, and John Norris. Courtesy of Boy Scout Troop 57

  • Six Boy Scout Troop 57 members will be honored with Eagle Scout rank on Aug. 8. They are, from left, Nathan Luczak, Peter Kowalski, Joseph Hyzy, Carlos Mendez, Raymond Stull, and John Norris.

    Six Boy Scout Troop 57 members will be honored with Eagle Scout rank on Aug. 8. They are, from left, Nathan Luczak, Peter Kowalski, Joseph Hyzy, Carlos Mendez, Raymond Stull, and John Norris. Courtesy of Kurt D. Hyzy

 
 
Updated 8/7/2020 12:09 PM

Six members of Boy Scout Troop 57, The Dragon Patrol, will celebrate achieving the prestigious rank of Eagle Scout together at their Court of Honor at 4 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 8, at the Downers Grove American Legion Post 80, 4000 Saratoga Ave.

The boys started out on the adventure together, pledging their first year in the well-established program, to become Eagles, and help each other along the way.

 

They have completed the daunting journey and will be honored this Saturday.

The five teens are 2020 graduates of Downers Grove South: Joseph Hyzy, Peter Kowalski, Nathan Luzak, Carlos Mendez, and John Norris.

Raymond Stull graduated from Downers Grove North High School. Four of the boys ran cross-country and track for Downers Grove South.

The troop is chartered by St. Paul's United Church of Christ in Downers Grove. For information on Boy Scout Troop 57, visit sites.google.com/site/dgtroop57a/.

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