From staff reports
Four members of Boy Scout Troop 11 of Seneca have earned their Eagle Scout awards.
Logan Bemis, Austin Seigworth, Kurtis Hingl and Sage White were officially recognized as Eagle Scouts at a ceremony last week.
Bemis is the son of Sam and Sadie Bemis, of Oil City, and he graduated last week from Cranberry High School. He participated in band and wrestling, and he attended Venango Technology Center, studying autobody repair.
He has already enlisted in the United States Army.
Bemis has been scouting since joining in the second grade as a Wolf Cub. He earned his Arrow of Light in cub scouting and has held the position of den chief for several years.
He earned 34 merit badges.
His project was constructing two picnic tables for the Cranberry Area School District elementary pavilion that were handicap accessible for students with disabilities.
Seigworth is the son of Bruce and Jeanie Seigworth, of Seneca, and he will be a junior at Cranberry High School.
He participates in conservation club and attends Venango Technology Center for welding. His plans include a career in welding.
Seigworth is also a member of the Izaak Walton Junior Rifle Team and participates in his church youth group.
Seigworth has been in scouting since becoming a Lion Cub in kindergarten. He earned the Arrow of Light in cub scouting.
He has held the positions of OA representative, assistant senior patrol leader and patrol leader. Seigworth is also an ordeal member of the Order of the Arrow, Langundowi Lodge No. 46.
He earned 39 merit badges.
Hingl is the son of Nick and Michelle Hingl, of Franklin, and he graduated this month from Franklin High School.
He was captain of the soccer team, editor of the Franklinite yearbook, involved in student and class councils and a member of the ORSA soccer club team.
Hingl plans to attend Grove City College in the fall as an economics major.
Hingl has been scouting since joining as a Webelos Scout in fifth grade. He earned the Arrow of Light in cub scouting and has held the positions of chaplain, assistant patrol leader and patrol leader.
He earned 37 merit badges.
Hingl constructed and installed six register boxes for the Clarion Chapter of the North Country Trail.
White is the son of Melissa White, of Oil City, and he will be a junior at Cranberry High School.
He is an active member of the Cherrytree Volunteer Fire Department K-9 Search and Rescue Team. White plans to attend college in the field of parks and recreation or electronics.
White has been involved in scouting since joining as a Bear Cub in third grade and earned the Arrow of Light in cub scouting. He has held the positions of patrol leader, quarter master and OA representative.
He was also an ordeal member of the Order of the Arrow, Langundowi Lodge No. 46.
He earned 36 merit badges.
White collected and stocked crisis buckets for every elementary classroom in Cranberry Area School District.
Each bucket contained supplies needed when students are in lock down or are having weather emergencies. Altogether he distributed 30 buckets.