Five Kennewick students recently earned their Eagle Scout Awards.
The rank of Eagle is earned by less than 4 percent of all youth who join Boy Scouts of America, according to a news release.
• Aaron Moses of Kennewick High acquired materials and assembled activity kits for children admitted to or those who were waiting for a family member during surgery at Kadlec Regional Medical Center in Richland . The entire project took 37 hours to complete.
He is the son of Eric and Sherri Moses of Kennewick.
• Kier Holladay of Southridge High School in Kennewick painted rusted steel drums so they could be used as garbage cans at various events for the Kennewick Parks and Recreation Department.
He is the son of John and Stephanie Holladay of Kennewick.
• Adam Dickman of Southridge High School made 170 building blocks and storage containers for children to use at the Keewaydin Discovery Center. The project took 66 hours to complete.
He is the son of Clay and Lois Dickman of Kennewick.
• Brian Yale of Southridge High organized a group of workers that scraped and painted park benches near Sunset View Elementary School in Kennewick. The project took about 40 hours to complete.
He is the son of Chris and Kathy Yale of Kennewick.
• Nathan Newbry of Southridge High coordinated the assembly of 15 hand-tied blankets for Project Linus to benefit children ages 0-18 in need of comfort.
He is the son of Darin and Nannette Newbry.
The young men received the awards March 13. They are Scouts in Troop 113 chartered by Zintel Canyon Ward, Kennewick East Stake, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saint. Scout leader is Jeff Colunga.