Name:Kevin Michael Kasprzak.School: Severna Park Senior...

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February 08, 1993

Name:Kevin Michael Kasprzak.

School: Severna Park Senior High School.

Home:Severna Park.

Age:18.

Accomplishments: Kevin, a senior, is an honor roll student maintaining a 3.05 grade point average.

He is the statistician for the varsity football team and will be a part of the cast performing this spring in his school's 1993 Rock 'n' Roll Revival.

By far the accomplishment he is proudest of is attaining the rank of Eagle Scout after 10 years of hard work as a Boy Scout.

Next week, at a ceremony held at the Severna Park Elks Lodge, Kevin will be presented the Eagle Scout award by Scoutmaster Porter Tawes.

During his Scouting career, Kevin has received nine skill awards and some two dozen merit badges.

He has received numerous special honors, including the Chaplains Award and the World Crest for Camping, as well as the Parvuli Dei, Ad Altare and Pope Pius XII Roman Catholic religious emblems.

He began Scouting at age 8 when he lived in Ohio and received the Arrow of Light Award, the highest honor for Cub Scouts.

Kevin's Eagle Scout service project was repairing and landscaping a playground for children attending the preschool at Our Shepherd Lutheran Church in Severna Park.

Outside of Scouting, Kevin keeps busy collecting sports memorabilia, fishing, drawing and participating in basketball and baseball rotisserie leagues. He also has played basketball for four years with the Anne Arundel County Athletic Association.

Comments: "The Scouting experience provides an opportunity for young men to develop skills that will last a lifetime. Living the Scout law of being trustworthy, loyal, helpful, friendly, courteous, kind, obedient, cheerful, thrifty, brave, clean and reverent are lifelong challenges that all people should strive to achieve."

His plans: include attending college and majoring in business.

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