Brad and Daniel Patlovany have successfully carried on the Eagle Scout tradition in their household. Their father, Tom, is also an Eagle Scout, and he and his wife Melissa, understanding the many benefits of scouting, have encouraged the boys since their early scouting days. They are understandably proud of their handsome young men.
The Eagle Scout award is one of the highest honors a boy can earn in the Boy Scouts of America program, requiring at least 21 merit badges, each taking many hours, and an Eagle Service Project, which is the culmination of leadership training for the BSA Eagle rank, which benefits a school, religious institution, school or community. The Eagle rank must be earned by age 18.
Both boys attended Langham Creek High School this year, and Brad graduated with the class of 2014.