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Two from Penn Valley become Eagle Scouts

The Union StaffBillie Fritz (left) and Ryan Bunnell, both of Penn Valley Boy Scout Troup 727, recently became Eagle Scouts, the highest rank in scouting.
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Billie Fritz and Ryan Bunnell, both of Penn Valley Boy Scout Troop 727, became Eagle Scouts at a recent court of honor.

Fritz, the son of Scott and Jean Fritz, coordinated the construction and installation of three benches on the Litton Trail in Grass Valley as his Eagle program. He is a graduate of Nevada Union School and currently attends De Anza Community College. He plans to transfer to Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, to study mechanical engineering.

Bunnell, for his Eagle project, organized a refurbishing of the Five Oaks Nature Trail at Lake Englebright. The son of Randy and Karen Bunnell, he is an NU graduate who is currently working in his father’s construction business. He plans to join the U.S. Air Force in the spring.


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