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Pleasanton's Humphrey earns Eagle Scout

Senior at Amador Valley High has earned 36 merit badges, Bronze Palm

Nicholas James Humphrey of Troop 941 in Pleasanton was presented his Eagle Scout Medal, the Boy Scouts of America's highest rank, at an Eagle Court of Honor on April 25 in Pleasanton.

Humphrey, 17, a senior at Amador Valley High, has earned 36 merit badges and a Bronze Palm. Humphrey has served in his troop as junior assistant scout master, senior patrol leader, patrol leader and troop guide. His scouting journey included helping run the Twin Valley Camporee, culminating in a weekend camp for over 300 scouts.

For his Eagle project, Humphrey designed, organized and directed the creation of a portable storage container for transporting AVHS marching band music equipment. He plays baritone saxophone in Amador's jazz and wind ensembles and was section leader during the 2014 marching band season.

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