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Stories Added - April 2009
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Judge Earl Stover to serve on Boy Scouts board
Tyler County Booster - April 2009
Council of the Boy Scouts of America. Judge Stover is the Judge of the 88th Judicial District Court of Texas serving Hardin and Tyler Counties. The Three Rivers Council of the Boy Scouts of America geographically includes Chambers, Hardin, Jasper, Jefferson, Liberty, Newton, Orange, Polk, San Jacinto and Tyler counties and has provided thousands of youths and adults the opportunity to experience the fun and fellowship of Scouting, while developing the character and health to live life well and responsibly. There are 3669 registered youth members in 149 units with 1748 adult leaders. Judge Stover said “I am honored to be asked to serve on the Executive Board of the Three Rivers Council of Boy Scouts of America. I appreciate and thank Mayor Jimmy Cooley of Woodville for recommending me for the Board. Now that both my daughters are in college I look forward to working with the Boy Scouts and other worthy organizations.” The Boy Scouts annual banquet was held March 24, 2009 and 62 Boy Scouts received their Eagle Scout award including Matthew Baldree, Auston Barnes, & James Trabing of Silsbee; Ryan Fischer, Shawn Gregory, Garrett Hardy, Jeffrey Holleran, Austin Huber, Brennen Miller, Joshua Ratcliff, Nathan Sanders & Joel Schooling of Lumberton: Caleb Belsey, Charles Denson, & Micah Tinkle of Woodville; and Justin Campbell and Daniel Smith of Kountze. Judge Stover remarked, “I was truly impressed with the quality of the young people and adults who were honored that night.”


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