Andrew, Robert and Matthew Rezabek, age 16, sons of John and Janine Rezabek, were awarded the rank of Eagle Scout on Aug. 18. They are members of Troop 371 sponsored by Christ the King Church of Largo. In attendance were the boys parents, grandparents, relatives, and members of Troop 371. The triplets started in scouting in first grade, as Tiger Cubs. They have been with Troop 371 for 5 years.
Andrew has earned a total of 36 merit badges and has served as Order of the Arrow representative, patrol leader, webmaster, historian and chaplain aide. He is a Brotherhood member of the Order of the Arrow.
Andrew’s Eagle project was designing and building 9 park shelter reservation signs with acrylic locking covers for the Pinellas County Parks and installing them.
Robert has earned a total of 37 merit badges and has served as assistant senior patrol leader, patrol leader, and chaplain aide. He is a Brotherhood member of the Order of the Arrow. Robert’s Eagle Project was building a sailboat sandbox for the Christ the King Loving Arms Preschool. The sandbox was built out of Trek and measures 6 by 12 feet. It has a sail-shaped shade covering as well as a snap on cover for the sand. It can hold many kids and will last for many years to come.
Matthew has earned a total of 34 merit badges and has served as senior patrol leader, assistant senior patrol leader, patrol leader, and troop guide. He is a Brotherhood member of the Order of the Arrow.
Matthew’s Eagle project was building an 87 foot Brick Memorial Walkway for Christ the King Church connecting the old church to the new church building.
All three scouts plan on finishing high school, continue with scouting and attend college in Florida.