Boy Scout Troop 828 welcomed Dylan Schulz into the ranks of Eagle Scout at the troop's Court of Awards on Feb. 9. The event was held at Havenwood Presbyterian Church, which sponsors the troop.
His Eagle project involved replacing seating and mulching the amphitheater at Oregon Ridge Nature Center and replacing a wood shed used to store wood for campfires in the amphitheater.
Schulz, 16, is a sophomore at the Park School. He joined Troop 828 in May 2006 after earning the Arrow of Light from Pack 328.
He has served the troop as a patrol leader, chaplain aide and librarian, among other roles, and most recently was troop guide of the Coyote Patrol.
He completed Brownsea Leadership Training in 2008, attended summer camp with the troop at Haliburton, Ontario, in 2010, and Resica Falls, in Pennsylvania ,in 2006. He was elected to the Order of the Arrow in 2009.
At the Park School, he is active in Habitat for Humanity and plays on the junior varsity soccer and basketball teams. An accomplished musician, he plays guitar, piano and drums.
He is the son and third Eagle Scout of parents Mark and Laurie Schulz, of Cockeysville.
In addition to the Eagle presentation, several boys also received rank advancements. Congratulations to Cliff Buxbaum, Life Scout; Eric Lundberg, Star Scout; and Henry Denoncourt and Matthew Waters, Second Class. Patrol leaders were also elected. They are David Birkenthal, senior patrol leader, and Chris Pittman and Eric Lundberg, patrol leaders.
The Lutherville Lectures program returns this month with a roster of topics significant to the history of the Lutherville area.
Presented by the Lutherville Community Association, the three-week series begins tonight, March 14, with "Hutzler's, Where Baltimore Shops" presented by Michael J. Lisicky.
That session will be followed on March 21 with "Flames Beyond Gettysburg: The Confederate Expedition to the Susquehanna River, June 1863." For that presentation, Scott L. Mingus Sr. will tell of the Confederate troops' movement north leading to the battle of Gettysburg.
Then, concluding the series, will be "Combat Correspondents: The Baltimore Sun in World War II," presented by longtime resident Joseph R. L. Sterne, who will share stories of the local men who risked their lives reporting the story of World War II right from the battle front.
All lectures will take place at 7:30 p.m. in Spangler Hall at St. Paul's Lutheran Church on Kurtz Avenue in Historic Lutherville.
The fee donation is $10 per lecture, or $25 for all three lectures — with a discount for Lutherville Community Association and St. Paul's members, $5 per lecture or $15 for all three.
For additional information or requests for special need services, call 410-252-7239. You can purchase tickets at the LCA website, luthervillecommunityassiciation.org.
The Baltimore Music Club will present an afternoon of vocal and instrumental entertainment Sunday, March 18, at 3 p.m. in the auditorium of the Towson Preparatory Campus of the Peabody Institute, 949 Dulaney Valley Road.
For additional information, call Carol Kakel, president, at 410-252-8662.
The Lutherville churches' series of Wednesday evening Lenten services continues tonight, March 14, at Grace English Evangelical Lutheran Church, 8601 Valleyfield Road.
Remaining dates are March 21 at Hunt's Memorial United Methodist Church, 1912 Old Court Road; and March 28 at Edgewood United Methodist Church, 1434 Bellona Ave.
Each evening begins with a light supper at 6:30 p.m., followed by the service at 7:15 p.m.Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun