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Boy Scout on a Mission


Boy Scout on a Mission

Congratulations to Brandon Silva '24, whose Eagle Scout Project to manufacture and install news signs at Hilldale Cemetery was recently approved and is on track to be completed in the spring.

Hilldale Cemetery, located in Haverhill and founded in 1859, is 20 acres and includes 4,1816 graves - 474 are the graves of veterans.

Brandon's project will make it easier for people to find their loved one and will honor veterans who are memorialized at the cemetery.

Brandon, who has been a Scout since the age of seven, has achieved the rank of Life Scout and is working to become an Eagle Scout.

His project proposal; which includes costs, logistics and required labor; has been approved by the Eagle Scout board.

Brandon's been a volunteer worker at the Hilldale Cemetery for two years and assists in frequent cleanups.

Read more in The Eagle-Tribune:

Eagle Scout project puts up new signs at Hilldale Cemetery

 

About Brandon

  • Hometown: Haverhill/Bradford
  • Elementary School: Caleb Dustin Hunking School (Haverhill)

At Central Catholic

  • Improv Club
  • Gaming Club
  • Raider Hockey Team
  • Academic Honor Roll

About Central

"All my teachers have made my time at CCHS amazing. I think the sense of community makes Central special."

Beyond CCHS

  • Musician
    • Guitar (acoustic & electric)
    • Piano
    • Ukulele
  • Boy Scout
    • Rank: Life Scout
    • Brotherhood Member: Order of the Arrow (scouting honor society)
    • Troop 50 (Georgetown)

Additional Interests

"I enjoy any environmental work and making scout camps a better place!"


 

Congratulations, Brandon, on your efforts and achievements inside and outside of Scouting!



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