Bowling Green Family has Flock of Eagle Scouts

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Photo by Enoch Wu/Sentinel-Tribune (From left) Eagle Scouts and brothers Zachary Wick, Sawyer Wick, Logan Wick and Levi Wick.

A Bowling Green family just hatched its fourth and final Eagle Scout.

Levi Wick received the highest honor in Boy Scouts at a Jan. 3 ceremony at St. Mark’s Lutheran Church on South College Drive.

He joins his brothers, Zachary, Sawyer and Logan, who are all Eagle Scouts,. They are the sons of Dave and Elizabeth Wick, Bowling Green.

For his Eagle Scout project, Levi Wick made 12 plant tables, which are 4 feet by 8 feet, with expanded metal tops for potted plants. They will be used by the Wood County Park District.

He graduated from Bowling Green High School in May and now attends University of Toledo where he is majoring in civil engineering.

Wick was a member of the Bobcat Marching Band where he played percussion. He routinely volunteers at Martha’s Kitchen and for Clean Your Streams, which is a stream bank cleanup day in the Toledo area along the local waterways. Read more

(By Sentinel-Tribune Staff. The Boy Scouts of America Communications Department was not involved in the creation of this content.)


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